Helapet extends cold chain porter range

Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, UK: Helapet has extended its cold chain porter system range.  Helapet validated transport systems handle delivery of vaccines, blood (red cells and platelets) and other temperature sensitive products.

Helapet Porters cope with multiple openings maintaining temperatures of 2 – 8°C for up to 8 hours. A selection of sizes and volume options are available.

John Blight, managing director, Helapet says: “The launch of Helapet’s extended range of cold chain porters will allow our customers to safely and securely transport a wider range of vaccines and temperature sensitive products  between hospital locations.

“We are seeking to increase our cold chain management portfolio, and this extension to our range supported by our highly regarded service will establish our continuing success in this area,” he says.

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