The transport of temperature sensitive goods can present a complex challenge. From pharmaceuticals to perishable foods, maintaining temperature consistency is crucial to ensuring a first-rate product is delivered. This challenge is amplified in international logistics when the goods may be subject to a spectrum of climatic conditions as they move around the globe. Dynachill foil thermal covers are designed to protect sensitive goods against the unpredictable external conditions they encounter on their journey.
This blog is a summary of test results of some of our thermal covers. This will help when deciding which thermal cover is the best for your requirements.
Topics: airfreight, thermal pallet covers, transporting chilled products, temperature control airfreight, temperature control pharmaceuticals, transporting products by air, shipment of chemicals by air, cold chain logistics
This article aims to help people working in cold chain logistics understand the
transfer of thermal energy (heat) and is an attempt to explain as simply as possible
the science behind keeping things cold.
‘Heat’ is the main environmental hazard in the transportation of temperature sensitive goods.