CSafe experts will be on hand to demonstrate the company’s streamlined Parcel thermal packaging offering and new Cell & Gene solutions at the ISTA TempPack forum in Orlando, Florida March 16-19.
CSafe experts will be on hand to demonstrate the company’s streamlined and enhanced Parcel thermal shipping solutions as well as the newly released Cell & Gene solution at the ISTA TempPack Forum in Orlando March 16-19. CSafe’s streamlined Parcel line offers protection, simplicity and efficiency in pre-qualified configurations while the Cell & Gene solution mitigates the risk of real-world distribution with features designed to improve product handling and unforeseen service disruptions.
“CSafe has been a member of ISTA for more than a decade and has an ISTA Certified Packaging Laboratory with Certified Laboratory Professionals (CPLP) which allows us to qualify all of our Parcel and Cell & Gene solutions against ISTA Thermal and Distribution challenge testing,” states Emilio Frattaruolo, VP of Innovation, Passive Solutions. “This level of assurance is critical for our customers in the most difficult portion of the cold chain and why we’ve decided to become more involved with ISTA and the TempPack forum.”
The CSafe Parcel thermal shipping solutions offer two durations, three temperature ranges and four payload sizes with superior VIP insulation, simplified pack-out process and a reuse and re-qualification program.
Cell & Gene passive temperature-controlled packaging offers simplified product handling, integrated telemetry support, shipping delay protection and dedicated consulting services and support.
“We are excited to attend our first TempPack forum and share our innovative portfolio,” Frattaruolo continues. “The ISTA organization is central to driving exceptional standards in packaging and we are keen to meet with the TempPack attendees who value that level of performance.”
To learn more about CSafe’s portfolio of Cell & Gene cold chain thermal shipping solutions, visit booth 117 at TempPack or contact Emilio Frattaruolo directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.