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There are three elements that cannot be missing in any Christmas picture: Christmas lights, presents and the cold. The cold element usually appears in the form of icy landscapes, snowflakes, children skating on the ice.... All very beautiful, especially if you look out of the window from a warm house.

White Christmas in temperature-controlled packaging.

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There are three elements that cannot be missing in any Christmas picture: Christmas lights, presents and the cold. The cold element usually appears in the form of icy landscapes, snowflakes, children skating on the ice…. All very beautiful, especially if you look out of the window from a warm house.

Today we want to highlight the importance of the cold supply chain in logistics and its crucial role in facing all the logistical challenges posed by the commercial whirlwind of Christmas trade .

The Grinch is the breaking the cold chain

Inadequate transport or the use of poorly insulated containers is often a cause of serious problems. We’re talking about spoiling tons of perishable foodstuffs, causing huge losses for businesses and, from a more personal point of view, leaving your grandma without those prawns she loves so much.

The principal idea we want to emphasise is that a proper cold chain is crucial for maintaining the quality of what you sell, give away or eat. This is something to keep in mind because in this chain we all depend on each other, especially at a time when there is so much traffic.

Behind the magic of Christmas: temperature-controlled packaging

Busy as elves helping Santa Claus Tempack’s team is doing its best to provide isothermal transport packaging for everyone in order to make it possible for each package to arrive at its destination in a perfect state of preservation. In this case, the “magic” lies in avoiding temperature variations that could adversely affect the content of your packages.

There are different ways to achieve this, depending on the transported product and the distribution model. We can offer you single-use or reusable packaging, foldable or flat-pack packaging or more rigid packaging; we can use dry ice, cold packs, recycled textile inlays (PET or cotton), thermal barriers; it is even possible to convert a conventional vehicle into a refrigerated transport in just minutes.

By extending the time intervals without temperature fluctuations up to 48 hours through passive (energy-efficient) cooling, the hustle and bustle of this time of year becomes much more bearable and manageable for both the large-scale retail trade and the local retail trade.

Christmas, cold Christmas!

And finally, from the consumer’s point of view, temperature-controlled packaging is a guarantee to “savour” Christmas in the best possible way.