Sponsor and Cold Chain Shipping Solution, Cold Box Express to Attend the 2017 SE Clinical Trial Supply Conference

As an event sponsor and pharmaceutical cold chain shipping solution, Cold Box Express is proud to announce their upcoming attendance at the 2017 Clinical Trial Supply Conference Southeast from May 3 -4, 2017 in Cary, North Carolina.

With hundreds of pharmaceutical and life sciences cold chain logistics professionals projected to be in attendance and close to 20 speakers, the 2017 southeast regional Clinical Trial Supply Conference is a great platform to showcase the advanced cold chain shipping solution that Cold Box Express and their custom critical active pharmaceutical pallet shippers present.

The Cold Box Express exhibit area at Booth #10 will have not only our experienced sales team on hand to directly address any questions you may have surrounding your specific cold chain requirements, it will also feature an expanded booth to showcase one of the fully functional Cold Box custom critical active pharmaceutical pallet shippers to demonstrate, in real time, the shipper’s advanced capabilities such as:

  • 24/7 tracking, monitoring, and reporting technologies for reliable, economical, and palletized LTL transport service for the diverse range of pharmaceutical and life sciences cold chain payloads in North America.
  • Immediate, detailed monitoring and reporting sent via SMS text or email to improve pharmaceutical shipment visibility for payload compartment temperature, ambient temperature, relative humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, orientation, door openings, and automated event and excursion communications.
The Clinical Trial Supply Southeast 2017 event brings together a great mix of local trial sponsors and vendors for cold chain solutions in an intimate setting to tackle the latest industry challenges being faced by the region. With panel discussions and roundtables to close the conference there will be plenty of opportunity for interaction and debate on the hot topics stimulating discussion over the two day event.
Date & Location: May 3-4, 2017, Cary, North Carolina

Venue: Embassy Suites, Raleigh-Durham Research Triangle, 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd.

 

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Active Biopharmaceutical Pallet Shippers Return to 14th Annual CCGF in Boston

Cold Box Express is proud to announce its annual exhibition at the IQPC’s 14th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, MA. With well over 850+ senior cold chain professionals in attendance and over 100 speakers with nearly 36 hours of content, the Cold Chain Global Forum is the pharmaceutical industry’s flagship event and is the perfect place to showcase the innovative temperature controlled logistics solutions that Cold Box Express and their climate controlled active biopharmaceutical pallet shippers present to the life sciences cold chain needs.

As always, the Cold Box Express exhibit area at Booth #512 features an expanded booth that will showcase one of the fully functional Cold Box active biopharmaceutical pallet shippers to demonstrate first hand our 24/7 tracking, monitoring, and reporting technologies for reliable, economical, and palletized LTL transport service for the diverse range of life sciences cold chain payloads in North America. These include immediate, detailed monitoring and reporting sent via SMS text or email to improve pharmaceutical shipment visibility for payload compartment temperature, ambient temperature, relative humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, orientation, door openings, and automated event and excursion communications. We will also have our experienced sales team on hand to directly address any questions you may have surrounding the use of our biopharmaceutical pallet shipper and your specific life sciences cold chain requirements.

The IQPC’s Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum is the largest event of its kind and offers attendees the latest supplier products and information regarding temperature controlled logistics including how to:

  • Benchmark and develop much-needed cold chain industry standards to mitigate the complexity of region and country-specific requirements
  • Tackle specific logistical challenges by shipment size, product type and temperature range
  • Standardize your data monitoring, collection and analysis to identify hotspots more quickly
  • Explore innovative cost-reduction strategies without jeopardizing product quality
  • Identify, analyze and manage the risks that threaten your product integrity

For more information on registration or attending the show see: www.coldchainglobalforum.com

Date & Location: September 26-30, 2016, Boston, MA
Venue: Hynes Convention Center

 

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Cold Box Express returns to the 13th Cold Chain Global Forum in Boston, MA to solve life sciences cold chain requirements

Cold Box Express returns to the 13th Cold Chain Global Forum in Boston, MA to solve life sciences cold chain requirements. Building on the success and exposure of last year’s show,

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Cold Box Express is proud to announce its return to the IQPC’s 13th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, MA. With over 100 exhibitors, 750+ attendees, and 120+ speakers, the Cold Chain Global Forum is the pharmaceutical industry’s flagship event and once again, is the perfect place to showcase the innovative solutions that Cold Box Express and their climate controlled containers present to the life sciences cold chain needs. This year, we’ve expanded booth that will again feature a fully functional Cold Box shipper on hand to demonstrate first hand our 24/7 tracking, monitoring, and reporting technologies for reliable, economical, and palletized LTL transport service for high-value life sciences cold chain payloads in North America. These include immediate, detailed monitoring and reporting sent via SMS text or email to improve pharmaceutical shipment visibility for payload compartment temperature, ambient temperature, relative humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, orientation, door openings, and automated event and excursion communications. We will also have our experienced sales team on hand to directly address any questions you may have surrounding the use of our climate controlled container and your specific life sciences cold chain requirements.

The IQPC’s Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum is the largest event of its kind and addresses critical temperature control pharmaceutical industry developments including the latest global trends and hot topics regarding supply chain for life science based organizations. For more information on registration or attending the show see: www.coldchainglobalforum.com

 

Date & Location: October 5 – 9, 2015, Boston, MA
Venue: Seaport Boston Hotel and Seaport World Trade Center
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Cold Box Express ensures freight freeze protection for your cold-sensitive LTL cargo.

Cold Box Express Freeze ProtectionUnlike more traditional LTL refrigerated trucking companies that use a single temperature set point for the entire trailer and special handling procedures, such as use of cargo

quilts and warm rooms, a Cold Box Express self-powered or battery operated, active pallet shipper, their advanced technology, and their national network of depots offer the best freight freeze protection for cold-sensitive freight.

Traditional shippers that offer freight freeze protection leave your cargo vulnerable to the cold due to several reasons: i. they have only one temperature set point per trailer, ii. they have temperature variation caused by the opening and closing of loading doors, and iii. they also have variances in temperature depending on where your cargo has been loaded in the trailer. For example, freight placed directly on the floor of traditional refrigerated shipping trailers is at a far greater risk of freezing as opposed to top-loaded cargo. The Cold Box active pallet shipper ensures freight freeze protection for your cold-sensitive LTL cargo by forcing heated air through the freight and maintaining consistent temperatures from above 32°F (0°C) and up to 140°F (60°C) with precise control of +/-1°C throughout the payload compartment. As well since your cargo is self-contained in the Cold Box pallet shipper from loading dock to final destination, all risks associated to handling exposure to freezing temperatures is eliminated. In addition, many standard freeze protection methods rely on an external power source to operate continuously, whereas the Cold Box pallet shipper is equipped to run up to 120 hours on battery power (or indefinitely on external power), ensuring continuous temperature control and flexibility for heated, refrigerated, or frozen shipping, delivery and storage.

As well through the use of 24/7 Real Time GPS/GPM, Cold Box Express clients are able to track, monitor, and receive alerts regarding their shipment’s payload and ambient temperatures, increasing shipping transparency and providing a highly detailed trip summary. No freight freeze protection LTL trucking company can offer this level of visibility for their climate-controlled shipments.

With a national network of depots, Cold Box Express allow for improved response times, availability, and security of freeze protected, custom critical shipping containers while eliminating the need for warm warehouse space and heated trailer units used by LTL trucking companies as standard freight freeze protection services. To learn more about Cold Box containers and their innovative solution to traditional freeze protection methods, see http://thecoldbox.com/freeze-protection/  

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Cold Box Express well received by pharmaceutical and cold chain shipping industries at the 12th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum

Cold Box Express demos to Fedex Custom Critical at CCGF in Boston.With over 100 vendors, 700 attendees, and nearly 120 speakers, the 12th Annual GDP and Temperature Management

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Logistics Global Forum was a great opportunity to launch Cold Box Express and demonstrate their Cold Box shipper and 24/7 tracking, temperature monitoring, alert communications, and 21 CFR Part 11 reporting technologies. As both a show sponsor and the relatively ‘new players in the refrigerated shipping industry’, Cold Box Express was very well received by fellow vendors and numerous attendees and representatives of different segments of the life sciences and cold chain shipping industries. In addition to the awareness generated, one of the biggest takeaways from the Forum was the consistent validation from attendees that there is a considerable need for an economical yet reliable ‘end-to-end’ Cold Box Express + LTL trucking transport solution.

In addition to attendee support, several valuable cold chain shipping and freight connections were made at the show and Cold Box Express will be undergoing custom critical third party internal evaluation and validation with several significant North American asset based and non-asset based logistical providers, including FedEx Custom Critical and Panther Logistics, a subsidiary of ARC Best and sister company to ABF Freight. Not only will their studies help to validate the performance of Cold Box Express, they will also locate potential areas for improvement and most importantly, assist in the expansion of their temperature sensitive Cold Box Express + LTL trucking transport solution into the high value market segments of life science and related cold chain shipping markets.

To learn more about Cold Box Express and their unique LTL trucking solution for pharmaceutical and related cold chain shipping service providers please visit their website here: http://thecoldbox.com/cold-box-express/

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Press Release: Introducing Cold Box Express

INTRODUCING COLD BOX EXPRESS: The environmentally friendly and economical refrigerated or frozen LTL transportation solution Arab, AL (September 26, 2014) – Cold Box is pleased to announce its new climate controlled LTL service, Cold Box Express, at the 12th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, MA. Unlike traditional refrigerated shipping, the Cold Box allows temperature-sensitive freight to be transported with dry freight for more economical refrigerated or frozen transport. The company spent over 10 years in developing The Cold Box shippers, which have been selectively sold and leased since 2009. The new Express network service offers manufacturers of high-value temperature-sensitive products an economical end-to-end climate controlled LTL transport solution. The Cold Box also operates indefinitely on AC line power and may be used in temperature stabilization studies and for temporary secure climate controlled storage. Additional features of the Cold Box Express solution include: • More reliable, energy efficient, and environmentally benign refrigerated transport of temperature-sensitive cargo • Rechargeable battery operation with up to 150 hours of operation. • Adjustable or custom temperature set points of -10°0F to 140°0F (-23°0C to 60°0C) • Available extended cargo hold times • Coast-to-coast heated or refrigerated transport via common ground carrier • No dry ice or phase change material required • Ideal for lesser volume or palletized refrigerated freight • The ability to replace costly and unreliable refrigerated trucks and walk-in coolers • Mitigating risk because the product does not leave payload compartment until it reaches its final destination • Transportation and storage of multiple Cold Boxes with different payload temperatures Each active pallet shipper is equipped with GPS and GSM Global positioning and tracking, 24/7 online multi-parameter payload compartment data collection and monitoring including ambient and payload temperatures, along with communication or alarm alerts via SMS text or email. Lastly, a 21 CFR Part 11 compliance TEMS or trip report is generated and sent after each shipping event.

Please visit booth 309 at the conference for a demonstration!

Introducing Cold Box Express

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or LTL trucking transport. Protect your valuable refrigerated or frozen freight and enjoy meaningful savings compared to dedicated refrigerated or frozen transport.

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Cold Box Express: An Alternative to LTL Refrigerated Trucking

For any cold chain logistics professional, transporting temperature controlled cargo through LTL refrigerated trucking, assumes not only a greater number of challenges, but a higher degree of risk. From packing, handling, and monitoring, there are many variables that can cause errors in the cold chain. According to major UK insurance company, TT Club, the majority of insurance claims involving perishable payloads occur due to:

  1. “Confusion over Celsius and Fahrenheit
  2. Poor communication of requirements (plus versus minus temperatures)
  3. The container not monitored throughout its journey.”

With refrigerated trucking companies in particular, the main problem arises from their use of larger volume, one temperature reefers or transport refrigeration units (TRU) which offer unreliable temperature fluctuation, in some cases with palletized payload temperature deviations of up to 25%! This can be caused by various factors such as, delays in transit, unloading/reloading of cargo, and even the packing of the freight in the unit, which if not distributed evenly, can prevent the free flow of air and reduce the temperature set point. Another issue that arises with LTL refrigerated trucking companies is the lack of communication in trip reporting, real-time tracking, or monitoring of payload temperatures. Due to all these challenges faced by those involved in cold chain logistics, Cold Box Express has developed a revolutionary ‘end-to-end’ CRT (controlled room temperature), refrigerated, and frozen LTL trucking shipping solution for most palletized or LPL temperature sensitive payloads with their single active pallet shipper. Each Cold Box pallet shipper is capable of precise temperature control (±1⁰C) for refrigerated freight and extended hold times Cold Box refrigerated container features 24/7 real-time shipper positioning, tracking, payload compartment and ambient temperature monitoring, including 21 CFR Part 11 compliance TEMS or trip report. There is also the opportunity for even further improved shipment visibility with automated event and excursion communications or ‘alerts’ via SMS text or email or phone. Cold Box Express national depot network offers quick and economical drop off and return services. The options of daily rentals, month-to-month plans and long term leases provide flexibility for users depending on their one-time, reoccurring or seasonal temperature controlled shipping or storage needs. The unparalleled temperature control, shipping visibility, green technology and flexible rental terms backed by a national network

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of depots allows for meaningful savings and risk mitigation in comparison to traditional temperature controlled shipping methods. For more information on Cold Box Express and it’s climate controlled containers, please visit: http://thecoldbox.com/cold-box-express/ Alternative to LTL Refrigerated Trucking

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Cold Box Express at the upcoming 12th Cold Chain Global Forum in Boston, MA.

Cold Box Express at the upcoming 12th Cold Chain Global Forum in Boston, MA. refrigerated pharmaceutical shipping Date: 09/29/2014, 9:00am – 10/3/2014, 4:30pm Cold Box Express LLC is proud to announce its sponsorship and participation at the IQPC’s 12th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, MA. Come visit booth #309 where you can speak with our sales team directly regarding your specific pharmaceutical cold chain requirements. In addition, our expanded booth will also feature a fully functional Cold Box shipper on hand to demonstrate our climate controlled pallet shipper and 24/7 tracking, monitoring, and reporting technologies. Our Cold Box Express network offering will allow for reliable, secure, and economical temperature sensitive LTL transport service for high value CRT, refrigerated, or frozen pharmaceutical palletized payloads in North America. This innovative system offers immediate communications via SMS text or email of Cold Box shipping data and location which improves shipment visibility including payload compartment temperature, ambient temperature, relative humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, orientation, door openings, and automated event and excursion communications for refrigerated pharmaceutical shipping. Hae Rim Lee, Sponsorship Manager for the Cold Chain Global Forum had this to say regarding the importance of having innovative companies, like Cold Box Express, sponsor the forum: “Since the Cold Chain Global Forum is the pharmaceutical industry flagship event, it really is the platform for companies to present their latest and greatest innovations to their peers and the end-user community. Executives attend year on year to learn about the state of the industry and where it is going. Having companies on board like Cold Box Express that continuously push to deliver innovative solutions to solve the challenges the industry is facing , specifically surrounding refrigerated pharmaceutical shipping, allows need-solution matching for Pharmaceutical companies.”

The IQPC’s Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum is the largest event of its kind and addresses critical temperature control pharmaceutical industry developments including the latest global trends and hot topics regarding supply chain for life science based organizations.

 

Date & Location: September 29 – October 3, 2014, Boston, MA
Venue: Hynes Convention Center
Booth: 309
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Averitt Express Expands Refrigerated Transport Business

William B. Cassidy, Senior Editor | Feb 13, 2014 9:44AM EST

Averitt Express is extending the “cold chain” for customers and expanding its refrigerated transport business. The trucking company will use specially designed active pallet shippers to move temperature-controlled loads in dry van trailers.

The Cold Box should speed LTL refrigerated transport shipments that Averitt otherwise would keep in cold storage until they could be consolidated into a fully loaded refrigerated transport trailer. Consolidating refrigerated pallet loads can add days to LTL transit times, said Phil Pierce, executive vice president of sales and marketing.

“Shippers want next-day, second-day and third-day service,” said Pierce. “They haven’t been able to get that” with refrigerated transport “unless they put two skids on a full truckload trailer and pay truckload prices.”

Averitt will use the Cold Box developed by Ken Broussard of Climate Controlled Containers to move pallet-sized refrigerated shippers 500 miles next day, Pierce said. The Cookeville, Tenn., company said it is the first LTL carrier to use the Cold Box.

Equipped with satellite-based GPS technology, the battery-powered container lets Averitt track the actual cargo, not the trailer, as it moves through Averitt’s LTL terminal network, said Chuck Odom, vice president of global development for the carrier.

“If the door is opened, we’re alerted by e-mail and by phone,” he said. “We know the temperature and variation, the battery level and where it is at all times.” The box also eliminates the need to use dry ice to cool smaller loads.

“We’re replacing a lot of dry ice frozen shippers who have to use 350 pounds of dry ice for a three-day journey,” said Pierce. “And you don’t have to burn anything.”

Handling temperature-controlled LTL freight is a down-to-earth use for technology developed for a very different freight market. “The original box was designed to fly,” said Pierce. Broussard founded his company in 1999 with an eye to offering his own refrigerated transport services, but then shifted to selling the containers.

Approval for use of the pallet shippers in air cargo operations is still pending, but Odom said there is plenty of room to deploy them over-the-road. “The primary verticals are life sciences, health care, biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical surgical supplies and vaccines,” he said, pointing out that using Cold Box shipper, Averitt could ship different products with different temperature requirements in the same trailer.

The Cold Box uses a forced-air heating and cooling system powered by a rechargeable battery system. The container holds temperatures ranging from 10 degrees below zero to 140 degrees Fahrenheit for more than 150 hours and can be recharged from a standard power outlet, according to Averitt. The units are designed for dual 40- by 48-inch pallets, and stand about 82 inches high.

“The boxes will stack side by side in a 53-foot trailer, and definitely help with cube,” said Pierce. “The payload will justify the space they take up in the trailer.”

If the Federal Aviation Administration approves the use of the battery-powered Cold Box in cargo planes, Odom sees an opportunity to integrate domestic refrigerated LTL service with Averitt’s international business.

“We’d love to see it, because we have global customers and it is a large market,” he said. Averitt could also transload freight at a port terminal from temperature-controlled ocean containers into the smaller refrigerated transport shippers for LTL delivery inland, he said. “There are some new verticals for us here.”

Contact William B. Cassidy at wcassidy@joc.com and follow him at www.twitter.com/wbcassidy_joc.

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