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VPS PRE-QUALIFIED SHIPPERS

VPS Pre-Qualified ShippersPre-qualified 72-120 hour transit shipping systems designed and pre-qualified to transport single and multiple SKU pharmaceuticals or other high dollar temperature sensitive materials using express parcel carriers.

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"VPS" Cold Chain Packaging Solutions are designed for pharmaceutical distributors, 3PL's and manufacturers. VPS solutions provide superior temperature protection over long transit times using simple pack outs reducing "touches" during the pack out process.

Superior Temperature Protection  
 

"VPS" Cold Chain Packaging Solutions are designed to provide superior temperature protection over long transit times without the use of multiple conditioning temperatures and no costly phase change materials. Designed to use 0° gels, bricks or bottles and a patented, insultated payload container. The Variable Payload System has a large payload area to handle single or multiple SKU's. It can also transport case stocks - one drug, one box - without relying on expensive packaging design contracts.

Contact us for the full story on the Pharmatuff VPS Cold Chain Packaging System, or click here to download the product sheet.

EFP NEWS!! - The new VPS-J series has just been qualified to ISTA 7D Summer for 96 hours!

eQUAL pre-qualified shipping systems provides and immediate option to increase transit times without compromising your payload size.

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J.B. Pointdexter EFP Corp

Will Your “Pre-Qualified” Cold Chain Packaging Pass Performance Testing?

Specialty Pharmaceutical Distributors are being tasked with proving their cold chain packaging will stand up to real time temperature protection.

The accepted method of pre-qualification of parcels used to deliver prescriptions to patients or providers is static testing in thermal chambers. These tests expose the package to various, sometimes extreme external temperatures with the goal a surviving a minimum of 24 hours within label claim temperature ranges.

This testing is also subjective. The products are typically simulated using bottles of water. Probes are placed at the technician’s discretion.

URAC and other accreditation services are asking for “shipping lane testing” as further qualification of cold chain parcels. If you want to be ahead of the compliance curve, EFP can help you confirm the performance of your current cold chain packaging. Contact PharmaTuff to learn more.