The pharmaceutical industry relies heavily on proper transportation of temperature-sensitive materials, without which the medical industry would be seriously impacted. Pharmaceutical packaging boxes may be used to carry materials like vital vaccines and donated blood components, which can be rendered ineffective or even toxic if not maintained in the correct temperature range. As insulated packaging solutions for shipping pharmaceuticals are critical to operating the healthcare system, effective and strategic design is imperative. Often, multiple forms of cooling and insulating are used at once for optimal performance and protection of goods. We offer high-R-value insulators like paper fibres and styrofoam, ice gel packs, and phase-changing coolants for our pharmaceutical packaging in Ontario.
Pharma-Pack is a temperature-controlled packaging system. It comprises of a corrugated box; fibre inserts and gel packs/ finger packs, made specifically for the pharmaceutical and biomedical industries. These are designed to maintain a very controlled temperature range of 2°C – 8°C during shipping and storage. This ensures integrity of product and prevents spoilage.
Over the last few years, powered by the growth of the pharmaceutical industry, the demand for pharmaceutical packaging in Ontario has also grown. Transportation tools like thermal insulated pharmaceutical packaging boxes provide specialized protection and care. Vital medical supplies like insulin and diagnostic chemical reagents are kept at appropriate temperatures to maintain quality, safety, and potency. Pharmaceutically-focused insulation also prevents condensation and excess moisture from affecting any goods. It is important to note that every medical supply material requires a slightly different environment during transport to retain quality and safety. The wide range of insulating liners and packaging on the market can be used with tools like coolants and ice packs to customize the temperature setting for each distinct application.
Insulated packaging solutions for shipping medicines, for instance, can be designed specifically to reduce costs and usage of space, as well as to create options more friendly for the environment. There are many other solutions on the market, including recyclable and even compostable materials, like biodegradable foam, that avoid harmful mold growth and protect medical goods throughout their whole journey. All the while, pharmaceutical packaging solutions are compliant with regulations set forth by the FDA, USDA, and ISTA, or International Safe Transit Association, and are consistent with the systematic standards of HACCP, or Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points.
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 boxes into an shipping insulated boxes for frozen food. The FDA has approved the gusseted liner for accidental contact of food, and it resists leaks well.