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Future Cold Chain Technology For The 21st Century: The 'Blue Sky' Idea

Cold chain distribution in relation to the pharmaceutical and biotech industry has often been perceived as the less glamorous and 'latent' service that is allied to this business sector. However, the importance of ensuring that a temperature-sensitive medicinal product reaches the end-user without compromising integrity and efficacy is paramount. It is therefore not strange that awareness, comprehension and advances are continually on the increase due to the pro-active actions of service providers, that is, manufacturers of designed insulated shipping systems and part/fully active shipping systems. Although reaction is based on fulfilling more stringent customer requirements to design solutions that can withstand the most extreme of conditions, there are other contributing, key factors that have come into the spotlight over recent years which are promoting industry response.

Firstly, according to the Biotechnology Industry Organisation 2002, there are currently 350 biotech products and vaccines at various phases within the clinical trials process, and a large proportion are considered to be temperature-sensitive. It is estimated that the growth of such products is in the region of 15 per cent per year.


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By Robert Kayum, Application Support Manager at Envirotainer

Robert Kayum is Technical Sales Support Manager at Envirotainer. He previously worked for Laminar Medica, manufacturers of insulated shipping systems for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, where he obtained widespread experience in manufacturing. At Laminar Medica, Robert assisted in building up the technical department, gaining a reputation for research, design, testing and consultancy of validated shipping systems for various pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies worldwide. He studied Applied Sciences at foundation level in Richmond upon Thames and won a place at Kings College to read Pharmacology.

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