Minnesota Thermal Science Partners with American Thermal Instruments

Minnesota Thermal Science (MTS), an international provider of solutions for the safe transportation of temperature sensitive pharmaceutical, blood and biologic products, recently announced its strategic partnership with American Thermal Instruments (ATI) that enables MTS to offer its customers a more comprehensive cold chain solution.

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Through this partnership, MTS now distributes temperature monitoring devices as part of its total cold chain solution. Such devices provide a secure way to ensure accurate temperature monitoring before pack out and during shipment. The addition of ATI's Log-ic technology gives customers the ability to measure precise temperature of payload in an easy, inexpensive way at any given time during shipment. Also now available to customers are temperature indicator strips, which are used to measure accurate TIC® (Thermal Isolation Chamber System) panel temperature prior to pack out.

“While both companies are regarded as the best of breed, this collaboration offers our clients absolute assurance of performance,” said Karl Schlenker, vice president of strategic business development for MTS. “Together, the Credo and Log-ic products provide a trusted shipping solution with absolute verification. We are resetting the bar for our industry.”

MTS continues to provide proven solutions for transporting temperature sensitive materials while ATI provides proven solutions for monitoring those temperature sensitive materials. Clients that require accurate and measurable temperature monitoring are now able to purchase complete thermal packaging solutions from one source.

“ATI has always been known for its custom solution manufacturing, so we feel our Log-ic technology will transform containers into an even more enhanced custom solution for MTS clients,” said Matty Toomb, vice president of sales and marketing for ATI. “Subsequently, our clients are thrilled that we have invested in reducing their risk even further. One-stop shopping has now been introduced to the cold chain industry.”

“Two leaders in cold chain technology have collaborated to deliver the broadest solutions for the most complex challenges,” continued Schlenker. “Both companies have built a solid reputation as innovators and visionaries. This relationship enables us to now offer the finest in packaging and monitoring solutions.”

MTS and ATI will be exhibiting together at the IQPC's 8th Cold Chain Distribution for Pharmaceuticals Global Forum that is being held in Philadelphia, September 20-23.
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