Distinctive Solutions Inc. has a range of cold chain packaging solutions to offer to businesses in the GTA and Southwestern Ontario. We offer many different products, such as insulated shipping boxes, bubble foil insulation, cold packs, insulated bubble wrap, EPS coolers, and ice gel packs for shipping and packaging.
We stock polystyrene containers in traditional sizes as well as custom sizes for pharmaceutical and food applications.
We also offer ice packs for shipping and packaging in many sizes, including: 6 oz, 8 oz, 12 oz, 16 oz, 32 oz, 48 oz, and 64 oz.
There are many benefits of choosing cold chain insulated packaging supplies. The main goal of cold chain shipping containers is to maintain the temperature in a certain range during transportation and shipment. They can improve the shelf life of your products and prevent them from spoiling.
This line of reflective bubble foil insulation wrap is a great solution for protecting your items during transportation. With our thermal shipping supplies, your items will have better protection than if you were using other packaging solutions, such as Styrofoam and cold packs for packaging.
One of the advantages of using these products is that it is easy for you to send products that are sensitive to temperatures, including vegetables, fruits, and other food items. You can also easily send medical supplies using these cold chain packaging solutions. Distinctive Solutions Inc. offers items, such as insulated box liners, insulated shipping boxes, shipping bags, pallet covers, bubble foil insulation and ice bags for cold chain packaging. Our tailored solutions will meet your company’s needs.
These items come with many advantages. These include:
These liners are perfect for lining insulated boxes for frozen food. These have passed CIFA standards to ensure they can maintain the right temperature. The shipping time is 24 to 48 hours. These liners work with ice gel packs and other refrigerants.
By following the illustration, you can easily assemble the insulated box liners in Canada. Fold Panel A along the backside and bottom of the box. Then, fold Panel B along the front and sides of your box. The edge will be on the top of Panel A on the bottom.
Make sure the panels press securely along the edges of the box and that there are no gaps. Now, place the items inside the box. Finally, fold Panel A’s top over the box
Our AB box liner doesn’t take up much space in your warehouse and comes as two custom die-cut pieces to transform the ordinary box into an insulated box for frozen food. The FDA has approved the gusseted liner for accidental contact of food, and it resists leaks well.