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WuliuAir
Cold Chain Logistics

Time&temperature sensitive shipments require special attention and high-level knowledge of cold chain logistics processes. WuliuAir is a certified supplier of cold chain logistics services ensuring controlled and uncompromised transfer of time&temperature sensitive shipments.  

Our team has accomplished IATA Time&Temperature Sensitive Healthcare Products courses and has practical training of preparing and packaging temperature sensitive products. Mainly we service pharmaceutical, medical and food industries in Lithuania.

Shipment remains within a temperature range for an extended period through thermal and refrigerated packaging methods and the logistical planning.

  • Dry Ice

    Dry ice, made of solid carbon dioxide, can keep pharmaceuticals, dangerous goods and foodstuffs frozen (-18 °C) or deep frozen (-29 °C) long enough to safely reach the destination. Products are packed with dry ice in special insulated boxes. It is necessary to consider that dry ice does not melt, instead, it sublimates in contact with air.

  • Gel Packs

    Gel packs are used for pharmaceutical and medical shipments that are classified as chilled products, which means they must be stored in a temperature range between 2 and 8°C.

  • Reefer

    WuliuAir offers pick up and distribution service with temperature-controlled vans, which can keep cargo temperature from -18°C up to 25°C.

Shipments that require +18+25°C can be easily transported by air without special temperature control as usually aircrafts keep “room temperature” all the time. If necessary, thermo vans can take cargo to and from the airport, also before and after flight cargo can be kept in Cold or Keep cool storage areas at the airport.

Services in short

Local pick up and product distribution with temperature-controlled vans.

Cargo and parcel packaging to keep products -18°C, +2+8°C or +15+25°C degrees.

Worldwide Air Cargo transportation under required temperature.

Any questions regarding temperature sensitive shipments?