One of the most valuable types of commodities we carry is pharmaceuticals. At Amerijet, we recognize that choosing the right partner is critical when shipping temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products.
Amerijet is certified in IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV Pharma) program to ensure your shipments travel safely, securely and compliant with all national and international regulations and standards. Amerijet’s Temperature Controlled (ATC) airport-to-airport shipping services ensure cold-chain integrity and product quality with Active and Passive temperature controlled shipping solutions that are ideal for temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals and bio-medical shipments.
Passive (Temperature Range of +2ºC to +8 ºC and +15 ºC to +25 ºC) ATC-Passive is designed for insulated shipments pre-packaged with dry ice or cold packs, which can accept minor temperature fluctuations and do not require transportation or storage in active temperature controlled units.
Active (Temperature Range of -20 ºC to +25 ºC) ATC-Active is designed for temperature-sensitive commodities. Shipments are accepted in temperature controlled cool-containers which actively regulate temperature levels, irrespective of ambient conditions.
Active (Temperature Range of -20 ºC to +25 ºC – Pharma Containers)
Amerijet accepts the following container types for shipping pharmaceuticals:
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