Logipharma 2017, a great success for Peli BioThermal

Logipharma 2017, a great success for Peli BioThermal

Logipharma, Queens Award, Switzerland, Chronos Advance
Mitigating supply chain risks and excursions was be at the top of the agenda for the award winning Peli BioThermal team attending LogiPharma in Montreux, Switzerland in April 2017.It was announced that Peli BioThermal was the winner of a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation 2017, for their Chronos Advance product, prior to the event taking place, so stand staff were very keen to demonstrate how their products can help in these vital areas of the pharmaceutical supply chain.Priding itself on its culture of innovation and the design of pioneering products, Peli BioThermal has been celebrating the news the company has received Royal recognition as winners in the UK’s most prestigious business awards.As a Queen’s Awards winner Peli BioThermal has been recognised for its exceptional performance in the Innovation award category and as exemplars in its field. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the United Kingdom’s most distinguished business awards, which celebrate and recognise enterprise excellence. Peli BioThermal won the accolade for demonstrating outstanding results in innovation within the temperature controlled packaging sector serving the pharmaceutical industry. The eminent honour was awarded for the development of Peli BioThermal’s pioneering product, Chronos™ Advance, its innovative range of high performance single-use shipping systems, utilising advanced insulation and phase change materials, which were exhibited at LogiPharma, along with other examples of Peli BioThermal's extensive range of temperature controlled packaging solutions.. “Peli BioThermal prides itself on constantly striving for excellence and pushing the boundaries of innovation with pioneering products.”Outlining why the product, engineered by the award-winning company was successful, the judges said, “When transporting vaccines, tissue samples or clinical trial samples, it is critical that a consistent temperature is maintained. Issues with the traditional use of gel or ice packs include weight and space efficiency and if they fail for any reason valuable consignments (both in human and financial terms) can be lost”. Williams added: “It is an honour for our company to receive recognition for the development of this high performing product providing vital protection when shipping pharmaceuticals worldwide. Chronos™ Advance is one of our extensive selections of shipper solutions specifically designed to mitigate supply chain risks during global transportation operations within the life sciences and pharmaceuticals sector.”Peli BioThermal’s award achievement was announced alongside the 2017 list of winners, published to mark the Queen’s birthday on Friday, 21st April. Accolades are awarded to worthy winners from a variety of industry sectors and the Queen’s Award is valid for five years. Previous winners have benefited from worldwide recognition, increased commercial value and enjoying a boost to staff morale. The judging panel highlighted how “Peli BioThermal has used a material with high latent heat, combined with vacuum insulation panels in a single use shipping carton that can keep contents at a stable temperature for greater than 120 hours. The system offers high reliability, improved performance and weight benefits. It can maintain samples in the temperature ranges of -20 degrees, +2 to +8 degrees, +15 to +25 degrees. Its simple design reduces the potential for human packaging error and makes manufacture more streamlined”.