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Intelsius Launches Highest Performing Products

Published: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, October 29, 2012
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Company has launched new ORCA™ range of products.

Intelsius has announced the launch of its new ORCA™ range of products.

“We are delighted to add these extremely high performing products to our solutions,” said Andrew J. Mills, CEO Intelsius - Americas.

“Not only will these products benefit our customers and protect their valuable payloads, but a portion of the proceeds of each sold in the US will be donated to our partners at the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) here in Plymouth, Massachusetts,” Mills said during the launch.

The ORCA line is a high performance range of solutions that provide superior thermal protection for high value, temperature sensitive payloads.

The entire ORCA range is ATMOS™ (Analytical Thermal Modeling Software) enabled allowing quick risk assessment for the suitability of ORCA on routes around the world.

“The ORCA range has the option of utilizing our advanced, proprietary Thermocline Technology™ (TCT) that allows the ORCA solutions 30 percent extended duration in warm to extreme heat environments and greater controlled pre-conditioning. Thermochromic labels provide visual verification of readiness for packing,” Mills said.

Intelsius continues to grow globally and build a reputation for progressive product development and a commitment to environmental stewardship.

All components of the ORCA range of solutions are designed with the environment in mind. “These are our most environmentally conscious products to date,” said Mills.

“We applaud Intelsius for recognizing our efforts by donating a portion of the proceeds from the ORCA products,” said Regina Asmutis-Silvia, executive director at WDCS.

“We are proud to lead the way in the efforts to protect whales and dolphins while providing easy to use, technically advanced solutions to the life sciences industry,” Mills said.


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