Cool Logistics launches bulk shipping box

Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire: Cool Logistics has launched its next-generation bulk shipping products, named the CoolPall range.

Cool Pall, the next generation shipping box

The CoolPall systems can maintain +2°C to +8°C and +15° to +25°C temperature ranges for up to 120 hours of temperature-controlled performance.

The range works with LD7 PAG and PMC air pallets, and has been designed to perfectly cater for pharmaceutical bulk distribution networks and third party logistics market.

The range is available worldwide and designed as a flat pack, easily assembled solution. The packaging is made from recyclable materials.

Steve Healy, sales and marketing manager at Cool Logistics, says: “The CoolPall range which we have just launched raises the bar for the cool chain industry in temperature-controlled packaging. CoolPall has a unique combination of footprint size selection, longer performance, reusability, and global availability. We are very proud of this new innovation and truly believe the new range offers real value for our customers.”

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