CSafe Parcel containers used to boost Kimera Labs research

By Rachelle Harry

Temperature-controlled container manufacturer CSafe Global is providing its passive Parcel shipping containers to Kimera Labs to boost the research centre’s studies.

CSafe’s Parcel containers will allow Kimera Labs — a biotechnology laboratory that produces mesenchymal stem cell-derived (MSC) exosome products for scientific and clinical research — to ship its products anywhere in the world to further ongoing medical research.

With its Parcel containers, which offer protection, simplicity and efficiency by design, CSafe has been able to not only provide a solution that will protect Kimera Labs’ products during longer transports, but also allows them to ship products five days a week instead of four.

Duncan Ross, founder and chief executive of Kimera Labs, commented: “Over the past several months, we’ve received orders for our products from locations where overnight delivery is simply not an option.

“The containers we had on hand were not able to maintain the needed temperature long enough to ensure product integrity upon delivery. We had to find a solution that would meet our standards for quality and accommodate long-term growth.”

Emilio Frattaruolo, CSafe’s vice president of innovation, passive systems, added: “The superior VIP insulation in our Parcel solutions provides extended hold times for 120+ hour shipment durations.

“Combined with the fact that CSafe Parcels are qualified to ISTA 7D worst case challenge testing, the team at Kimera Labs can rest assured that their products will arrive in optimal condition”.

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