NanoCool has produced cost-effective and compact temperature-controlled packaging for the life science industry since 2005. As a leader in evaporative cooling, phase change material and vacuum insulated panel technologies, NanoCool has successfully developed innovative and reliable cold chain product solutions. NanoCool products are currently used by companies in the following areas:
- Biopharma Clinical Trials
- Breast Milk Transport
- Cell & Gene Therapy (CAR-T)
- Contract Research Organizations (CRO’s)
- Contract Services Organizations (CSO’s)
- Global Central Laboratories
- Healthcare Testing Laboratories
- Medical & Life Science Couriers
- Medical Devices
- Plasma & Tissue Donation
- Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell
- Specialty Pharmacies
- Sports Testing & Anti-Doping
- Transplantation Testing
NanoCool develops, tests and manufactures its products at company headquarters in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To support the company’s growth, NanoCool recently made major investments in quality (including ISO 9001:2015 certification), manufacturing infrastructure and expanded operations with a second location in Albuquerque that more than doubled the facilities footprint to increase production capacity.
NanoCool was acquired by Pelican BioThermal, the global name in temperature-controlled packaging solutions on February 4, 2020. The acquisition further increases the breadth of the Pelican BioThermal product portfolio, already the most comprehensive in the industry. NanoCool will enable Pelican BioThermal to expand its access to patients, laboratories and other last-mile players in the distribution of healthcare samples and life sciences products.
NanoCool and Pelican BioThermal will continue to lead innovation in temperature-controlled packaging with a customer-focused engineering approach — a methodology that both organizations fully embrace. With no need to refrigerate or pre-condition, NanoCool packaging is stored at normal temperatures. A simple push of a button, engages the cooling technology and quickly conditions a payload space for shipping biological patient samples and other life science products. NanoCool also has dry-ice friendly parcel shippers and a version of its cooling engine that patients can send in a shipping envelope from their homes.