By implementing high performance passive insulation like the GreenLiner and CooLiner, companies are successfully cutting costs by using slower and less exotic modes of transport, and in turn they are consuming less fuel.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
Insulated Products Corp (IPC), a U.S. manufacturer of customized temperature control packaging products, has recently launched a new website http://www.ipcpack.com.
With the revamp, IPC demonstrates its focus on meeting broad customer demand for green alternatives to traditional insulated packaging products. IPC has successfully altered the landscape within the cold chain shipping industry by using non-traditional insulation materials to build its products. These include reflective laminates and flexible, expanding foams that are converted into IPC's finished box insulation products and pallet protection.
Gourmet food shippers from Ghirardelli Chocolate to pharmaceutical giants like Merck, have embraced IPC's commitment to space efficient designs (IPC products are all collapsible), and the company has developed methods for offering such designs, in custom sizes.
IPC has developed Thermal packaging technology which increases space efficiency of their products, allowing easy and low cost shipping and storage. This departure from traditional insulation products results in cost efficiencies passed on to the end user.
The website also highlights the variety of IPC's thermal packaging supplies: from insulated shipping boxes & thermal pouches to gel refrigerant packs, thermal pallet covers and insulated cargo blankets for trucking or air cargo. The one-stop-shopping offered by IPC provides a tremendous benefit for temperature-control shippers of heat or cold sensitive goods, wherein companies that require small shipment protection like pouches and boxes, commonly require bulk insulation for pallet size goods as well.
Nick Herbon, IPC's Sales Executive confirms the industry's appetite for such products. "The success of our CooLiner and GreenLiner product lines in 2012 and 2013 demonstrate that the food e-commerce, industrial B2B and pharmaceuticals shipping industries are growing and driving the demand for new non-traditional temperature control packaging solutions that help reduce cost."
Herbon explains "Better insulation products allow goods to be shipped using slower, cheaper methods of transport, such as Ground versus 2nd Day, or dry truck versus refrigerated cargo. By implementing high performance passive insulation like the GreenLiner and CooLiner, companies are successfully cutting costs by using slower and less exotic modes of transport, and in turn they are consuming less fuel. It’s wonderful to be a part of!”
The website also introduces the customization aspect of IPC's product line. Providing its clientele with insulated product customization is a departure from traditional insulation products requiring expensive tooling. IPC's modular and bag designs demonstrate no need for tooling, highlighting the easy adjustability to meet specific demands.
IPC is exploring some new territory using its in house thermal testing chambers as well as field testing. Charles Veiseh IPC's president, talks about IPC's direction; "IPC is delving into more and more CRT application in the pharmaceuticals arena, this includes vitamin and gel cap manufacturers. There is also demand for protection of freight against solar radiation and IPC has produced studies demonstrating our CooLiner material's blocking affect in such applications. These are just a few examples of challenges our clients face and it is IPC aim to assist using new and innovative solutions like our CooLiner and GreenLiner line of products."
Since 1999, IPC has manufactured and provided quality temperature control materials for the cold chain shipping industry. All of IPC's temperature control materials provide high performance while remaining space-efficient and green. IPC operates a modern, self-sustained manufacturing plant in Los Angeles, California, and its clientele includes Fortune 500 companies.