Sustainable, innovative container for the temperature-sensitive products by Liviri

Shipping temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical and healthcare products and specimens demand durability and dependability from a shipping vessel. To manage the growing demand for a reliable and sustainable shipping container for biologics, Liviri made its most recent innovation for cold-chain shippers: Bio.

Liviri Bio is placed to revolutionize how the life sciences industry transports everything from samples to pharmaceuticals. These long-lasting, reusable shipping containers properties a thin-wall, vacuum-insulated design that minimizes the comprehensive footprint to maximize savings, reliability, and thermal performance.

Liviri Bio delivers 24- to 100-hours of temperature assurance and significant cost savings over the product’s life compared to industry-standard single and multi-use shippers.

“When it comes to shipping necessary, potentially lifesaving specimens and life science products, there is very little room for mistake or chance,” said Liviri General Manager Chuck Kukic. “Leveraging our expertise in cold-chain shipping, Liviri engineers have developed an innovative vessel to ensure these precious payloads arrive safely and within prescribed temperature ranges.”

It is available in two compact sizes. Liviri Bio 2.3 has an internal dimension of 2.3 liters and provides more than double the thermal performance of single-use expanded polystyrene (EPS) shippers. It can accommodate up to eight 20-well trays or four 50-well trays. Liviri Bio 4.7, with internal dimensions of 4.7 liters, outperforms single-use EPS shippers. These reusable shipping containers are rated for up to 100 shipments, saving money and reducing waste.

Each Liviri Bio vessel comes equipped with a protective shipping jacket and can be customized with various vial tray and ice pack configurations. All Liviri Bio vessels and accessories are available now.

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Vihaan Nagal

संवेष्टन अभियान्ता | Packaging Engineer | Verpackung Ingenieur *Free time blogger *Believe in packaging reform (say naa to orthodox packaging) My life lies between degradable and non-degradable material.

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