There’s no doubt the seafood and home delivery market is now big business. As millions of people worldwide stayed home to stop the spread of Covid-19, home delivery became a hugely popular alternative to crowded stores and in-person shopping. Globally, the industry has grown from $115 billion in 2020 to more than $126 billion in[…]
As the world seeks to diversify from its dependence on plastics and the wider petrochemical industry we are seeing legislative action taken from Governments around the world against products that are single use in nature or provide no meaningful recycling. One of those products is EPS or Expanded Polystyrene.
When it comes to cold chain management, keeping your cool is essential. Whether it’s fresh vegetables, frozen seafood or life-saving pharmaceuticals, goods must arrive in perfect condition, safe for consumption.
Confronting images of the devastating impact plastic pollution has on our oceans and waterways are all too common in the media. There’s no doubt that plastic contamination is a major global problem.
Whether it’s vaccines, antibiotics or diagnostics, these life-saving medicines often go through long sea or air journeys to get where they are needed. Proper storage and transport temperatures are essential to maintain the product’s efficacy and patient safety.