Dry Ice Replenishment

We Can Replenish Dry Ice for Cold Chain Shipments While in Transit

When shipping through a specialty cold chain service such as the one Mercury provides, dry ice can be replenished while in transit. These temperature-sensitive shipments go on regular commercial airlines, allowing the package to be easily accessed and dry ice replenished at the airport. 

Replenishing dry ice is particularly critical for international shipments, where the risk of customs delays is high at airports. By utilizing regular commercial airlines, our packages have easy access to airports, enabling us to replenish dry ice promptly. We assess potential risks and plan for backup dry ice supplies to ensure the uninterrupted preservation of your life science shipments.

How Much Dry Ice Do I Need?

The recommended amount of dry ice is determined by a few factors, such as the thickness of the insulated shipping container and the weather conditions of the destination. As a general guideline, we suggest using 5 to 10 pounds of dry ice per 24-hour period

Availability of Dry Ice Replenishment

While shipping with regular express carriers, the availability of dry ice replenishment can vary. Some carriers may have the ability to access the package and replenish the dry ice if they have it readily available. However, this depends on the specific facility and its location within that facility. With Mercury's specialty cold chain services, we streamline this process, making it much more convenient and reliable for you. 

Our team will monitor your domestic or international dry ice shipment and resolve any issues that may arise along the way to the final destination.

We Sell Cold Chain Supplies

Mercury offers best-in-class cold chain supplies, such as thermal shippers, coolants, temperature monitoring devices and GPS trackers. 

Discover the power of efficient shipping solutions with Mercury! Contact us today for a tailored quote. 

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