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Over the past five years, high-performance passive isothermal packaging based on materials such as VIP (vacuum insulation panel) or PCM (phase change material) has been introduced onto the market. They make it possible to maintain pharmaceutical products at negative temperatures, between +2°C and +8°C or between +15°C and +25°C for 5 days or more, depending on the outside temperature. Florence Lehec at EMBALL’ISO Group reveals that these “PREMIUM +” products offer very high levels of performance that make it possible to limit or even eradicate temperature excursions.