High performant passive cooling box
for pharmaceutical transportation
Designed to meet the challenges of cold chain transportation for biopharmaceuticals, investigational drugs and vaccines that require strict temperature controls. With increased flexibility, safety buffer, and trackability. The perfect solution to support clinical trials.
- Uses Vacuum insulated casing rather than Vacuum insulated panels
- Keeps cool for up to 30% longer
- Seamless insulation body keeps -90℃±15℃ for 216 hours
- The integral moulding of the box shape can eliminate leakage of cold air from the joint.
- Various cooling temperatures can be achieved by simply replacing the thermal storage unit
- 4 years outstanding durability
- Broad product line-up: From 1l to 452l payload volume
- Up to three times thicker envelope provides protection from physical damage
Panasonic offers the option of renting the boxes or booking the transportation for global distributions e.g. for clinical trials.
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Panasonic has been developing thermal insulation technologies for 70 Years. With the technology to produce VIC instead of VIP, a unique Panasonic offer, the company has achieved the next level. Test for yourself.
Additional services available right from the start: Partnering with pharmaceutical transport experts Nissin Corporation, the service offer routes between the EU, US and Japan.The circular system contributes to a more sustainable society and saves money as well as resources. After sensitive pharmaceuticals have been shipped internationally with the temperature-controlled transfer service, the VIXELL system will be reused upon completion of its journey.
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Real-Time Transparency 24/7
VIXELL is equipped with a wireless vacuum sensor that uses contactless power supply technology, making it easy to check the cooling performance before shipping. A temperature logger that emits radio signals can also be used to measure the temperature and position of the box in real-time throughout its journey, allowing the customer to check the status of pharmaceuticals at any time. This is possible as a result of VIXELL’s resin housing, rather than the radio signal-blocking metal construction of traditional transportation boxes.
Whitepaper: Supply Chain Shortages in Bio Pharma
The Role of Technology
Panasonic recently sponsored a Digital Think Tank roundtable discussion with some of the leading lights from the pharma industry. During the discussion we talked about how technology can be leveraged to address supply chain challenges more effectively; how supply chain shortages in pharmaceutical production impact supply chain issues related to clinical trials, including the R&D phase of products, and how risks can be mitigated. We also discussed the importance of sustainability and whether that influences decision-making processes, as well as looking at the measures organisations have implemented and their sustainability objectives.
Here we have collated the top ten takeaways from what was a highly illuminating discussion.