Protecting What Matters

Pre-Qualified Cold Chain Shippers

A pre-qualified shipping container provides a high degree of confidence your product will stay within the desired temperature ranges for the duration of the distribition process, while also allowing for a range of product payload sizes. If your shipments include mulitple SKU's and varying quantities of product from box to box, a PharmaTuff pretested solution is the right choice. EFP has an excellent  record in developing pretested solutions for 24 to 120 hours. Contact us for more information.

Pre-qualified shipping containers are tested for 24-120 hour transit. EFP shipping systems are designed and tested for transporting single or multiple SKU high dollar products by express parcel carriers. A simple, cost effective cold chain shipping solution when you need a pre-qualified container and don't have the time to wait for a custom-fit design.

PharmaTuff Pre-Qualified Shipping Containers

  • ISTA 7D third party triplicate tested
  • Proven Cost-Effective Solutions
  • Manufactured in the US
  • Full Test Reports
  • Off-The-Shelf Delivery
  • Temperature Controlled Package Design Services
  • In-House Thermal Testing
To learn more about our Pre-Qualified Cold Chain Shippers download our Product Sheet here . (Printable PDF)

See our newest pre-qualified designs - the VPS System.

eQUAL is the only cold chain packaging system that does not penalize your payload when you want longer shipping durations. To learn more click here.
 

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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.