Pharma packaging firm Peli BioThermal opens new US network station

Temperature-controlled packaging firm Peli BioThermal has opened a new network station and service centre in Indianapolis.
The 50,000sq ft facility in the Plainfield, Indiana Gateway Business Park will service, refurbish, repair and condition Peli BioThermal’s reusable and rental Crēdo on demand temperature controlled containers.
In addition, the location will be a full Service Centre for Peli’s industry line of reusable parcel shippers, Crēdo Cube.
The Indianapolis facility adds to Peli BioThermal’s growing footprint of network stations and drop points, planned to exceed 100 sites by early 2019. 
The network station and service centre is located in close proximity to the Indianapolis International Airport, a major logistics hub for carriers such as FedEx, United Airlines Cargo and Cargolux.
Additionally, the Indianapolis Metropolitan area is home to many of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, including the Eli Lilly Global Headquarters and Roche Diagnostics North America Headquarters.
The city is also host to major offices for Siemens, Baxter, Cook Pharmica, Covance Laboratories, BioStorage Technologies, Sentry BioPharma Services and Evonik, making this a prime location for Peli Biothermal to offer services.
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