Pelican BioThermal is exhibiting the newest addition to its range of bulk shippers at booth #315 the 16th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
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The CoolPall Flex system is an extension of Pelican BioThermal’s successful Crēdo, Chronos and CoolPall lines, and provides excellent payload efficiency on aircraft with more constrained cargo spaces. Available in three heights, and with a capacity range of 140L – 767L, CoolPall Flex is ideal for the global transportation of payloads for pharmaceutical and life sciences applications.
"The CoolPall Flex is one of the most configurable, single-use temperature-controlled shippers in the life sciences market," says Kevin Lawler, vice president of worldwide sales at Pelican BioThermal. "The CoolPall Flex system is based on modular components and can be assembled in less than two minutes, allowing pharmaceutical manufacturers to focus on developing life-saving medications, rather than complicated logistics systems.
Executives from Pelican BioThermal will also be in attendance to discuss the quickly growing Crēdo on Demand network. The network is a globally available, cost-effective rental program for its Crēdo Cargo line of temperature-controlled shippers. The latest location added to the network is a service center and network station in Indianapolis, at the crossroads of America, for distribution of pharmaceuticals worldwide.
"Pharmaceutical manufacturers are in the business of developing medications that improve and sustain the quality of life, not developing logistical systems," says Dominic Hyde, vice president of Crēdo on Demand. "By early 2019, we plan to have more than 100 network stations and drop points throughout the world. This gives manufacturers the flexibility to ship anywhere in the world – on short notice – without the burden of managing reverse logistics.