Isothermal solutions for the food industry :
insulated packaging, eutectic refrigerants, temperature data loggers
Cryopak has recognised and valued expertise in the food industry, and particularly in the e-commerce sector, to support companies to fully protect their cold chain through to the end consumer.
Special attention is paid to luxury food products such as exceptional quality meat and cheese, chocolate, caviar, foie gras and shellfish, etc.
Cryopak : logistics partner for cold chain of food products
We design isothermal solutions for the food sector with the same exacting standards as for the pharmaceutical sector. We provide marketing tools to develop the reputation of food companies.
Our range of isothermal solutions for this sector was developed in partnership with market players who have been clear on their cold chain demands, on the investment they were willing to make to control it in the most effective way, as well as on their significant operational constraints to be taken into account in their day-to-day management methods.
Cryopak has developed a varied range of insulated packaging, refrigerants, temperature and humidity data loggers, for shipments of under 48 hours, but has also considered the export restrictions requiring better performance on the time period for which the cold chain is maintained. We provide solutions for both fresh and frozen products.
The current context of the food cold chain market
Various concepts currently exist on the market, such as cushions of air which are very time-consuming to assemble from an operational point of view, or aluminium sheet systems, the limits of which are revealed in the summer period, given their low thermal insulation. These systems can also create increased condensation within the packaging due to the materials used, risking damaging the transported product and giving a negative image to the end consumer.
Furthermore, new fresh product delivery services have recently been launched, but we could easily imagine package handling/loss similar to traditional packages and be concerned about entrusting its cold chain logistics to a non-specialist in the field.
Finally, we are convinced that the cold chain is its own area of activity, and that it must not be broken for financial reasons to the detriment of the end consumer. As consumers are increasingly sensitive to matters of public health, only the market players who maintain high standards in this field will benefit from a robust reputation in the long term.