Pharma Cool – Chain
Maestro Cargo’s three zone cooler maintains temperature protocols between arriving or departing aircraft and the receiving or delivering conveyance.
Why Is This Important?
Temperature excursions are the greatest risk to pharmaceuticals. Products must remain within a specific temperature range to protect their efficacy and ensure the safety for their intended users. Maestro operates the only complete pharmaceutical cold chain cooler at O’Hare International Airport.
Maestro International Cargo receives their GDP Certification in October, 2019. Pictured are representatives of Maestro International Cargo and Emirates SkyPharma.
You can opt-in to receive real time alerts via SMS text, email or voice call if our pharma storage cooler’s temperature is outside of its nominal range, and you can check the temperature of your product with anytime access from anywhere via any Internet enabled device. Android and iOS apps are free to download. The fully automated system tracks temperatures 24/7 which helps save time and resources and in-turn protecting your investment.Tracking temperature helps us achieve and maintain compliance, allowing us to share our Pharma cooler info with our customers and GDP inspectors. All this tracking is saved and analyzed and can be pulled effortlessly and at any time, these reports will provide a complete history, corrective actions taken and timeline of our Pharma cooler.
The 12,000 square foot, three-chamber facility ranges in temperature from 2 – 8 degrees Celsius at the acceptance and delivery dock, a second 2 – 8 degree Celsius cooler and the largest zone is a 15 – 25 degree Celsius storage and build-up area offering ten electrical connections for active, running containers.
Built with fully redundant systems, 24-hour monitoring and weekly testing of key components, even if the airport loses power the coolers remain operating on natural gas generators that spring to life if power is lost.
The coolers have floor space and 99 skid positions on racks across the smaller and larger temperature zones.