TRANSPORTATION PLAYS A VITAL ROLE IN PRESERVING PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICAL ITEMS.

Organ donation is a gift of life. As such, great care is accorded to each surgically removed organ. The extracted organ is placed in an ice-cold preservation solution which is then stored in a sterile container. The container is then packaged in wet ice before being transported to the recipient centre. It is critical to transport the removed tissue as quickly as possible at the right temperature. A change in the temperature may render the organ useless. This is an example of how reliable transportation plays a vital role in saving the life of a loved one.

MH°Centigrade is a reliable airport-to-airport service, tailored to the needs of the life science and health care industries. This specialized handling service facilitates the logistical needs of temperature-sensitive goods. MH°Centigrade oers two solutions in transporting temperature-sensitive goods; Active and Passive Stolutions.

 

PRODUCT FEATURES

MH°Centigrade provides numerous benefits to manufacturers, retailers and freight forwarders.

• Specialized handling to minimize exposure, particularly during transit.
• Insulated containers to protect goods and maintain product temperature.
• Temperature-controlled cargo compartments depending on aircraft type.
• Modern fleet and vast network coverage.
• Dedicated customer support team.

RANGE OF COMMODITIES

With over 100 destinations to choose from, MH°Centigrade is highly reliable and ecient for transporting time and temperature-sensitive shipments throughout our network and beyond. Types of commodities range from but are not limited to the following:

• Pharmaceuticals
• Perishables
• Biologics
• High-value Food
• Live Tissues

 

For more info, visit www.maskargo.com
or call +6 03 8777 1610 (KUL Sales Team)
or call your respective MASkargo Sales Rep.

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