Engineering Pallet Shippers to Maximize the Efficiencies of Natural Convection

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Bulk transportation of temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals and biologics has become a common practice due to complex global supply chains. This imperative has prompted pharmaceutical companies to look at more efficient and economical means of temperature controlled distribution. Passive packaging systems are one of the proven and repeatable methods for international bulk shipments of temperature sensitive products.

This white paper provides a scientific explanation of the benefits natural convection
can provide when designing a passive pallet shipper.

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