Biocair received a request from a UK-based producer of Molecular Control Panels, to send diagnostic reagents containing Fish Proteins, classed as UN3373, and packed in Dry Ice (-80.C) to Torshavn in the Faroe Islands.
Biocair received a request to ship an entire chemical library from Frankfurt, Germany to South Carolina (US). This library consisted of 1600 microtiter plates of discovery compounds dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide and over 34,500 vials of solid, early stage discovery compounds.
Biocair received a request to shipment a material that was both radioactive and a flammable liquid to Japan. This kind of shipment is not unusual for Biocair, however this was the first time that a shipment to this particular destination had been requested.
A global product recall is a difficult situation for any company to have however when the product in question is a surgically implanted medical device it is vital that the suppliers selected to assist are experts in their field and not only provide a 100% reliable cost effective solution but also understand that patient needs must be at the forefront.
Biocair were contacted by one of the UK’s leading Pharmaceutical companies to design and implement a cost effective solution for the shipment of temperature sensitive R&D materials from Europe and the US to China within a 72hour turnaround time.
Early in 2016 Biocair were made aware of a challenging shipping requirement for one of its clients. Working with a sponsor and a third party supply company our client was new to the clinical trials arena and as such there were many hurdles for them to overcome.
Biocair received a request from a new client regarding management of worldwide cold chain shipments to Saudi Arabia. They had previously experienced a 45% failure rate of perishables due to high ambient temperatures in the Kingdom and long lead times which delayed research activity.