The medical and vaccine cold chain requires storage and transport at different temperature levels: +2° C to +8° C, -20° C down to -70° C. Stability is key to guarantee safe product delivery up to the last mile temperature.

New highly effective mRNA-based vaccines for COVID-19, Ebola and cellular and gene therapy require an Source: SecopSource: Secopultra low storage and transportation temperature for all phases of the cold chain. Secop’s stationary and mobile solutions make the company a reliable partner for those involved in the development of a global ultra-low temperature supply chain.

Its compressor and control electronic solutions in different applications are officially certified by the U.N. World Health Organization to support global access to vaccines. With its Solar Direct Drive solution, Secop is able to support the distribution of vaccines in regions with a limited electricity grid, even in severe ambient conditions.

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