S2 | E5: KPS Global has reinvented the frozen ice pack to save money AND the environment

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If you’ve ordered frozen food or medicine that has to be kept cold you’ve probably sliced open a brown cardboard box to find some kind of ice pack surrounding your purchase inside.

The ice pack we’re talking about today is just like that, but the way it’s made is completely different

KPS Global’s Arctic Express Pack reinvented the production process of gel packs.

The process helps businesses that ship temperature-sensitive products save thousands of dollars, eliminates up to 96% of waste and is better for the environment.

Rob Sorba, Chief Commercial Officer at KPS Global is here to explain why this is such a game changer and we discuss what else we can expect from the future of refrigeration.

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