Ensuring access to Pharma-ceuticals

Access to pharmaceuticals can be the difference between life and death for millions of people around the globe. As many pharmaceuticals are temperature sensitive, uninterrupted distribution via a trustworthy, patient safe and cost-efficient cold chain is of critical importance to the pharma industry and to patients.

Pharmaceutical product loss during transportation affects peoples’ access to life-saving products and also has the largest environmental impact on the complete pharma value-chain.

Ensuring uninterrupted patient-safe and cost-efficient global access to pharmaceuticals.

Envirotainer’s cold chain solutions for patient safe and cost-efficient distribution of sensitive pharmaceuticals minimizes those risks and costs.

This is the single most important contribution to society of Envirotainer’s business, and in this quest Envirotainer strives to;

  • Ensure global availability of a patient safe, cost-efficient and trustworthy pharma distribution cold chain.
  • Ensure zero temperature excursions or pharma product loss.
  • Minimize the risk of product tampering and theft by providing thorough processes, products and operations.

Strategic Objectives

  • Together with our partners, we help our customers make around 2 million doses of medicines and vaccines available all over the world, every day.
  • We continuously improve the cost-efficiency per dose delivered, to contribute to affordable access to pharmaceuticals.
  • We safeguard patient safety by delivering 100% reliability, ensuring zero temperature excursions during shipments, zero pharma product losses as well as having a rigid system to detect product tampering.
  • We simplify access to critical pharmaceuticals by having a broad global supply-chain network and give peace of mind to our customers by offering an outstanding availability of containers.



Global distribution: # of doses delivered in a year

# of product lost during transport

Availability measured as On Time In Full (OTIF)

(Article updated 5/11/2020 1:56:13 PM)

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