Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Packaging
“Pharmaceutical cold chain” and “pharmaceutical logistics” has had quite a bit of attention focused upon it in the media recently. The difficulties in storage and distribution of cold chain medicines has become the next hurdle in delivering a COVID vaccine to populations across the globe.
Rigorous compliance allows us to deliver peace
of mind when delivering cold chain products
and services to the pharmaceutical and
Some medicines require specific cold chain conditions to ensure the medicines’ stability and efficacy. Commonly these include:
• Minus 80.0 °C (frozen)
• +2.0 to +8.0 °C
• +15.0 to +25.0 °C
To facilitate the distribution of medicines and vaccines at these temperatures, CoolPac has developed a range of Cold Chain Packaging Systems that will assist companies in their logistics
These Cold Chain Packing Systems are designed and manufactured in Australia. They are used by local and international pharmaceutical companies to transport medicines from Sydney to Hobart, Adelaide to Darwin or even overseas to the USA or Europe.
The Cold Chain Packaging Systems are pre-qualified and used by companies who must comply to TGA or US-FDA. Sometimes companies require “special” qualification to more stringent conditions. This qualification is conducted in bespoke environmental chambers, in CoolPac’s extensive laboratory. This extra qualification is often used by companies to reduce the risk of unforeseen problems occurring during transport.