We are excited to have just opened our network station and service center in Mexico City, Mexico where we will service, refurbish, repair and condition our reusable Crēdo™ on Demand shippers.
We recently opened our latest network station and service center in Dublin, Ireland where we hosted a grand opening event bringing together leaders form global pharmaceutical companies, air freight and logistics.
We are thrilled when we hear that our customers are committed to sustainability with the systems they choose to ship their valuable products around the world.
Recently, Amgen published a case study discussing how reusable shipping systems have improved their ability to serve patients while reducing waste and improving their environmental footprint.
Peli BioThermal exhibited for the first time at the Air Cargo Europe show in Munich, Germany last week. This show is an opportunity for the global air freight industry comprised of rail, ferry and air cargo services to come together and share ideas and best practices.
Pelican BioThermal was honored to support the American Diabetes Association Twin Cities Tour de Cure this past weekend with cycling, running or walking options for participants.
A team of Pelican BioThermal employees volunteered their time to hand out water and gatorade along with food to fuel the participants at the rest stop located near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis.
Pelican BioThermal exhibited at the ISTA Forum that took place in Denver, Colorado earlier this month. Bill Mayer, director of research and development presented Pelican BioThermal’s continued approach to developing a mechanical test method for reusable passive thermal packaging systems, as one currently doesn’t exist that takes into account the real-world use environment of reusable thermal packaging.
Pelican BioThermal exhibited at the Special Operations Medical Assembly (SOMA) show at the convention center in Charlotte, North Carolina last week. SOMA is the only medical association in the world that brings together the unique blend of pre-hospital, tactical, wilderness, austere, disaster and deployed medicine.