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News & Events2021-07-28T17:45:10-04:00

Cryopak Opens New Facility in Atlanta

Cryopak, a leader in temperature control packaging and temperature monitoring devices, is opening a new location.   Edison, NJ – Cryopak Industries (dba TCP Reliable), a division of Integreon Global, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest facility in Atlanta to better meet the demand of its Southeast customers. This latest factory is located 20 minutes from the city’s center with a 60,000 square foot warehouse, a 6,000 square foot maintenance space, a 12,000 square foot office, and 47,000 remaining square feet available for future expansion. Operations commenced in December 2021, and the Cryopak-purchased facility willRead More

May 5, 2022|

Come say Hi at Asembia 2022 Vegas

From May 2nd till 5th 2022, we'll be exhibiting at the Asembia 2022 show in Vegas. Come say Hi to our team Walter Vinson ,Darell Pinazo and Richard Macintosh who will be at our booth 744! We can figure out together what packaging and/or temperature monitoring solution fits best for your temperature sensitive products or services. Also do not shy away from asking for a demonstration. We wish you a great show and hope to see you there!

May 2, 2022|

Shipping Flowers & Chocolate

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, many of us are considering getting special gifts for our significant others. Along with jewelry and fancy dinners, some very popular gifts for this holiday are bouquets of flowers and boxes of chocolates. While these types of gifts are enjoyable, they also tend to be more susceptible to temperature when they are being shipped to a loved one’s door. Shipping products as delicate as live flowers requires a great deal of consideration. Not only can excessive cold and excessive heat damage the plants, but a lack of moisture can also cause wilting while tooRead More

February 8, 2022|

Introducing CryoEco for Europe

Edison, NJ – Cryopak Industries, a division of Integreon Global, is adding to its sustainable solutions portfolio by introducing CryoEco – The Paper Refrigeration Solution. This new product will be offered initially and exclusively to the European market with plans for an introduction to North America on a date to be determined. In addition to the existing Cryopak Ecopak sustainable packaging offering that was introduced in 2021, CryoEco is a recyclable thermal insulation solution for shipping perishable products. Composed of recycled, shredded and compressed papers, it offers thermal insulation properties for shipping temperature sensitive products. In addition to the outerRead More

January 27, 2022|

Preventing Freezing During Transit

When the subject of cold chain comes up, many people assume that its sole mission is to keep certain products from getting too warm during shipping. In truth, the exact opposite is also an issue that the cold chain industry must address, especially during the colder weather seasons. There are many products that can suffer from freezing, and many options that are available to prevent this. The Problem of Freezing Many products that cannot stand overheating also lose value with freezing. Grocery stores cannot sell fresh produce that has been frozen solid. For pharmaceutical companies that ship tissue samples, aRead More

January 18, 2022|

Getting Your Perishable Gifts…Home For The Holidays

With the arrival of the holiday season comes the anticipation of giving and receiving gifts. One popular option is the gift basket of specialty foods that is filled with chocolates, fruits, or cheeses. However, unlike a new sweater or a fancy watch, these gifts are perishable items. So, how do these delicacies make it to your holiday table intact? For the common specialty foods that are given during the holidays, there are different temperature requirements needed to keep them in top condition. Chocolate, for example, is best kept at body temperature for solid pieces and at room temperature for thinnerRead More

December 3, 2021|
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