White Papers

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Credo Go - small with TICs

Packaging solutions that meet the needs of the biopharmaceutical industry while offering added cost benefits have become integral as more temperature controlled biologics and cell & gene therapies begin to dominate the market.

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Credo Go assembly line

Cold chain packaging and shipping considerations change as an organization shifts from clinical to commercial operation, and new challenges have impacted shipping in general since the advent of COVID-19.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_Nurse_with_Patient

As more new biologics and cell and gene therapies enter the market, the need for reliable, demonstrable temperature control during shipping has become paramount to pharmaceutical companies’ overarching strategy.

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Options for real time transparency

For a large number of cold chain operations, some form of real-time or just-in-time monitoring is essential in order to protect the costly, high-value payloads that require low temperature or frozen storage.

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Credo Cargo Handler

Enabling the commercial shipment of pharmaceuticals is rife with complexity: the logistics, economy and safety concerns that attend bulk transportation necessitate solutions optimized to simplify transfer, lower costs and extend temperature controlled storage.

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The considerations that accompany cold chain distribution at the commercial level are vast.

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Whitepaper - the future of cell and gene

Vaporized liquid nitrogen is currently the only workable means of maintaining the ultra-cold temperatures necessary for certain therapeutics and tissue samples.

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NanoCool - Temperature control challenges

Enrolling patients in clinical trials has become an increasingly challenging task.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_Sustainability_Survey

According to key opinion leaders in biopharma cold chain, the biopharma industry is increasing its pace to prioritize sustainability in business and operational strategies. Nearly half of all respondents already always factor sustainability into cold chain purchasing decisions.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_future_of_shipping_trends_white_paper

A report looking into differing types of temperature controlled packaging (single use, reusable, passive, active) and its impact on the environment

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_Sustainability_Survey_2019

As strong growth continues across the global pharmaceuticals industry, the sub-category of temperature-controlled products is surging ahead.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_Tech_Trends_White_Paper

A report looking at the ways in which pharmaceutical products are shipped worldwide is changing as new technologies allow customers to trace, trace and pack more effectively

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_White_Paper_An _Environmental

It is the goal of this research to identify current packaging options that limit this environmental impact.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_White_Paper_Active_v_Passive

Active or Passive? - this White Paper gives guidance on making the optimum choice when bulk shipping temperature sensitive pharmaceutical products.

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Peli_Bio_Thermal_White_Paper_Managing

The challenge of controlled room temperature shipments includes limitations of water-based coolant systems, profile manipulation, and conditioning process control.