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Vaccine proliferation

03. May 2021

Across the globe governments and companies are working hard to secure cold-chain logistics for the COVID-19 vaccine proliferation, and it is crucial that we have an open dialogue to secure deliveries to the local immunisation programmes.

Being part of something bigger

As the storage requirements for COVID-19 vaccines rely heavily on safe storage conditions, we at Gram BioLine have seen a large increase in product demand. Acknowledging this demand, we have increased capacity and capability in our manufacturing facility in Denmark to try to accommodate this world-spanning need for our products and services. We know what is ultimately at stake, and proud to be part of the solution.

Forecasting is key
Since we are facing a very high market demand and (understandable) very tight deadlines, dialogue and forecasting is the best way to plan ahead. We are doing our very best to secure the supply-chain by being proactive, and though deadlines are tight, it is important we also deliver the right solution for temperature critical vaccine storing. We of course secure safety; besides full set of documentation, all Gram Bioline products come with 24-hour Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), securing the products are operating and performing according to specifications.

Temperature-critical storage is what we do. Let us start the dialogue - our experts are at your disposal.

 

Biostorage you can depend on
Gram Bioline offers a wide range of products for safe vaccine storage, e.g. BioUltra, which is an ultra-low temperature freezer that operates safely at -86°C. Utilising high-capacity components, cascade refrigeration system, latest generation VIP-technology and insulated inner doors, the BioUltra is able to maintain safe and stable interior conditions when operating at -86°C.

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