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LOGISTICS PROTECTS YOUR
PRODUCTS FROM THE ELEMENTS.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts — the inside of your shipment that is. With patients in all corners of the
globe, managing the temperature of sensitive pharmaceuticals during transit takes expertise and technology.
At UPS, we have both to help manage your temperature-sensitive shipments and prevent costly excursions.
Learn how we can keep your products as safe and secure during storage and
transit with us as they are in your care. Visit ups.com/healthcare.
solution with three levels of precision service designed to
safeguard temperature-sensitive shipments whether they travel
in active containers or passive shippers. And we use precisely
engineered, documented processes to minimize risk and establish
contingencies. What’s more, we monitor these shipments across
MAINTAINING THE HEALTH OF SMALL SHIPMENTS
When sensitive shipments travel, we must expect the unexpected.
We start with experts that can recommend packaging solutions to
help protect your products from spoiling in real-world temperature
extremes during transit. Coupled with UPS Proactive Response,®
a 24/7 package monitoring and intervention service where UPS
agents take action to help prevent temperature excursions, you
have a partner with the expertise and technology to help protect
your products during storage and transit.
QUALITY IS CRITICAL
As the number of temperature-sensitive products increases,
so does the demand for them.
Take full advantage of UPS’s
ever-growing network of 46
facilities dedicated to global
healthcare distribution. With
more than six million square feet of cGMP/GDP-compliant
warehouse space, our network is designed to help you protect
your products during storage. After all, we understand that
“It’s A Patient, Not A Package.®”
MORE CONTROL IN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN
Innovative therapies require innovative protection. That’s why
we offer UPS Temperature True,® a specially designed freight