Helapet launch specialist range of cold chain carrying systems

Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, UK: Helapet has launched a specialist range of cold chain porter systems, especially designed to provide clients with size, weight and volume options for cold chain transit applications.

“With the need to reduce wastage and improve provision of products and samples across sites in the cold chain system, Helapet are offering a complete range of fully validated transportation bags for the safe and secure delivery of vaccines, drugs, and other temperature sensitive products,” the company says.

Helapet's cold chain porter systems

Helapet Porters ar made using a robust and recyclable polystyrene inner moulding and qualified for multiple openings whilst maintaining the desired temperature threshold for up to 8-hours.  They are ideal for industries which rely on a well maintained cold chain network.

Helapet Porters provide effective security and protection as well as safe lifting and handling. A varied selection of sizes and volume options means Helapet porters are ideal for large or limited amounts of product or samples.

In addition to the standard product line, Helapet are pleased to offer a customised design service allowing clients to select from a wider range of colour options and artwork designs. Supported by a dedicated account manager and our highly regarded service, Helapet takes pride in finding the best solution for your transit requirements.

John Blight, managing director, 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 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.”

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