Intelsius Forms Strategic Partnership with American Thermal Instruments to Launch Industry’s First Fully Integrated Temperature-Controlled Packaging and Monitoring Solution
(YORK, United Kingdom) – Intelsius, a global manufacturer and distributor of environmentally
sustainable, temperature-controlled and regulatory-compliant packaging solutions, announces a
strategic partnership with American Thermal Instruments (ATI), a leader in temperature monitoring,
inspections and asset tracking. Through this partnership, Intelsius becomes the industry’s first
packaging manufacturer to integrate a complimentary temperature data logger in every refrigerated and
controlled room temperature packaging, thereby setting the new standard for passive cold chain
As clinical research and pharmaceutical development continues to expand globally, the temperature controlled
transport of highly valuable research samples and life saving medications has become ever
more critical for all stakeholders, including packaging manufacturers, drug developers, regulatory
agencies and end-users.
“As a company serving the life sciences industry, we constantly strive to deliver solutions that protect
and benefit the life of the patient. By including an FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 compliant data logger in
these shipments, we’ll help enforce assurance that critical medication and patient samples being
transported arrive in optimal condition for either use or analysis. We believe that it is only a matter of
time before the FDA mandates the use of data loggers as standard,” said David P. Walsh, founder and
CEO of Intelsius.
Intelsius continues to be at the forefront of product innovation, and this partnership highlights the
company’s commitment to collaborative partnerships that spur innovation and move the industry
“ATI is pleased to be partnering with a forward-thinking company like Intelsius who shares our
commitment to innovative product development, quality and manufacturing,” said Matty Toomb, vice
president of sales and marketing at ATI. “By leveraging our LOG-IC technology to provide the cold
chain industry with such a game-changing solution for integrated temperature control and monitoring,
Intelsius is truly a step ahead of the industry.”
By including a data logger in every refrigerated and controlled room temperature system, Intelsius
provides a comprehensive, complete shipping solution for its growing global customer base. The
intuitive, compact data logger allows customers to read or download data two ways, either by USB2 or
by employing LOG-IC's wireless RFID technology.
Utilizing the RFID option removes the requirement to open the systems, thus minimizing the risk of
temperature excursions during the handling of temperature-sensitive shipments.
“Never before have two companies in this industry taken the step to work together in providing such a
comprehensive solution. By recognizing that the customer is moving valuable and life saving products,
Intelsius is empowering the end user now to choose a single source solution that is harmonized,” added
Incorporated in 1998, Intelsius is a subsidiary of DGP Life Science Ltd. Intelsius specializes in the
design, manufacture and supply of temperature-controlled packaging and regulatory-compliant sample
transport solutions. With a strong focus on developing environmentally sustainable products and
procedures, the company offers eco-friendly ways to ensure the integrity of customers’ products and
samples. Intelsius has a growing global presence, with manufacturing facilities, distribution hubs and
local offices situated throughout the world, including North America, Europe and Asia. For more
information, visit www.intelsius.com.
About American Thermal Instruments
Established in 1981, American Thermal Instruments is a privately held company based in Dayton, Ohio
that specializes in microencapsulation, liquid crystal thermometers, and temperature indicating devices
for the pharmaceutical, medical device and food markets. American Thermal Instruments is well known
for providing custom solutions for the transportation of temperature sensitive products along a supply
chain through thermal and refrigerated packaging methods, and the logistical planning to protect the
integrity of these shipments. For more information, visit www. www.americanthermal.com.