Protecting What Matters

Pharmatuff Cold Chain Packaging

Let EFP help your team develop a solution to your temperature sensitive packaging requirements with our broad range of standard molded EPS shippers, fabricated packaging options, or engineered custom solutions to meet your specific needs. PharmaTuff insulated packaging solutions will give you confidence your package is protected throughout your entire distribution process - whether it is 2°-8°C, frozen, controlled room temperature - pharmaceutical or food products - EFP can help you.


 

Our Pharmatuff brand of cold chain packaging has been designed to meet the demanding expectations of todays sophisticated logistics networks and regulatory requirements. All of our products are tested to ISTA standards for temperature and small parcel shipping. Chose an off-the-shelf pre-qualified kit or our new Variable Payload System when you need to solve a cold chain compliance concern.

PharmaTuff offers a wide range of standard molded and fabricated insulated coolers molded in expanded polystyrene (EPS), polypropylene (EPP) or polyethylene (EPE). Our solutions can come to you as molded, or preassembled with the box of your choice, or fully kitted with the determined type and quantity of refrigerant required for your package protection.

EFP is a trusted supplier of premier providers of distribution services to the pharmaceutical, biotech, food, special materials and adhesives industries.

As a business unit of J. B. Poindexter Co. Inc., EFP is a part of a well diversified, privately held global manufacturing company. The size and strength of the Poindexter group of companies provides EFP and PharmaTuff the leadership, team members and resources to meet your current and future needs in temperature sensitive packaging.











 
Link to the EFP, LLC. websiteLink to J.B. Poindexter website Link to the HDA websiteLink to ISTA website

Seasonal Shipping Change

April's blog gives some guidance on when to switch your cold chain shipments from the Winter configuration to Summer.



There is also discussion on assessing risk from switching by utilizing seasonal weather patterns and thermal simulation software! You can find the blog in our Blog Section, by clicking the picture above, or by following this link.