The EcoTherm™ 'intelligent cooling' capability allows products to be safely shipped in highly-variable ambient conditions.
Kingsville, TX (PRWEB) September 27, 2011
Intelligent Thermal Solutions (ITS), named 2011 Innovator of the Year by the Greener Package Awards, announces its executive team will attend Logipharma 2011 in Boston Oct. 3-5. President and CEO, Richard Ellinger; COO John Howe and Account Executive, Steven Kaplan will attend the conference for medical device, bio pharmaceutical, Biotech and pharmaceutical supply chain and logistics management.
Intelligent Thermal Solutions makes five-day temperature-assured cold chain containers for safely shipping pharmaceuticals and biologics worldwide. Using EcoTherm™ containers, pharmaceutical and biologics clients can ship for less cost worldwide with assurance of product efficacy and the satisfaction that the containers are environmentally-friendly with no disposal or recycling necessary.
Furthermore, the EcoTherm™ “intelligent cooling” capability allows products to be safely shipped in highly-variable ambient conditions.
The science behind EcoTherm™ containers is based on vacuum-insulated panels, an IntelliTherm™ temperature regulator, and a Thermal Shield™, unique in the industry, to ensure the integrity of temperature-critical payloads shipped globally. The container minimizes temperature stratification and maximizes payload volume. Rugged EcoTherm™ containers are reusable for years, so do not contribute profusely to landfills like typical corrugated boxes with polystyrene or urethane insulation.
ITS earned two 2011 Greener Package Awards for Environmental Impact and Innovator of the Year.
For more information about ITS, visit http://www.intelligentthermalsolutions.com.
About Intelligent Thermal Solutions
Intelligent Thermal Solutions, LLC is a south Texas company headquartered in Kingsville, TX, previously known as Active CC Boxes LLC. The technology in EcoTherm™ containers was recognized with the 2002 DuPont Gold Award for packaging design innovation for cold chain, and the 2002 R&D 100 Awards recognizing the 100 most technologically-significant products of 2002.