As a global supplier of compliant and certified sample transport packaging solutions, Intelsius have ensured they are well positioned to cope with any sudden increase in demand due to the possibility of a global pandemic. Stock levels of all our UN3373 Category B packaging have been increased at all global sites to ensure demand can be satisfied and potentially infectious samples can be transported safely and compliantly.
As expected, we are experiencing very high demand for supply and it would be very helpful to get as much advance notice of customer requirements to enable us to manage production and stocks efficiently.
With the number of global cases of COVID-19 increasing the likelihood of a global pandemic grows. As the world looks to contain the spread of the virus it is imperative that the successful diagnosis of COVID-19 can be attained as quickly as possible to limit further spread. The packaging solutions used for the transportation of specimens must ensure compliance, sample protection and minimise any risk to public health. Cost and efficiency are also critical factors during transportation due to the number of samples that are tested during a pandemic.
A range of Intelsius UN3373 category B sample transport solutions suitable for the transportation of possibly infected COVID-19 specimens can be purchased online. Discover more about Intelsius sample transport packaging and compliance.
Please place any orders or make your enquiry as soon as possible and we will do our utmost to ensure you receive your orders at the earliest opportunity.
For further information about transporting infectious samples and for information on which packaging solution is the best suited to transport your payload, please contact a member of the Intelsius customer services team.
This blog is designed to provide a basic understanding of compliance and sample transportation only. It is the responsibility of the consignor/sender to ensure that all sample deliveries are prepared and labelled correctly to achieve compliance. DGP Intelsius is not liable for the refusal/delay of any shipment for incorrectly labelling systems when using this blog. Should you require further advice please contact your Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA).