When pharmaceutical companies are shipping medications across great distances, it’s not only on-time delivery that matters. On-temp delivery is even more crucial for some products. Maintaining the recommended temperature range for the payload is vital. Without it, the potency of the medication is diminished, or depleted altogether. Patient safety is at stake.
Payload Protection, Patient Safety
Cultivating a pharmaceutical manufacturing brand name synonymous with trust and delivery begins with the best product, diligence in implementing everything needed to ensure the product’s protection during transit, a “right the first time” delivery method and an expectation of safety for the patient.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) operate three air ambulance helicopters, which fly across the Northeast, North Yorkshire and Cumbria regions in the UK. Relying on public donations to operate, the service provides pre-hospital care at the scene of accidents and incidents, rescuing hundreds of severely injured or ill patients every year...
One of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturing companies in the world was sending reusable Crēdo™ parcel shippers to Australia, Singapore, and other parts of SE Asia, but found returning the containers individually wasn’t cost effective for them.
The challenge. Extreme weather conditions. Nearly inaccessible locales. Long-distance transport. Few medical scenarios are as perilous and demanding as helicopter med-evac operations.
The challenge. Every day in London, victims of major trauma are attended by London’s Air Ambulance. Many of these patients are suffering from catastrophic bleeding. Some die at the scene from blood loss and never make it to hospital.