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Transporting frozen biological samples and life science laboratory equipment requires relocation specialists who are GMP and GLP compliant. Tobin & Sons has been solving the relocation challenges of the most reputable companies in the Life Science field since the industry emerged, and our expertise has allowed us to provide these services internationally.
Our ability to adapt to the demands of Life Science has allowed us to grow alongside the industry for the past twenty years. Packing and moving within one of the most innovative and physically sensitive industries in the world requires training, resources and experience. The years have taught us the parameters and guidelines to ensure flawless projects.
Whether you are moving frozen biological materials, or sensitive laboratory equipment, Tobin & Sons will provide the safe and legal handling and transportation to your new facility. We are cognizant of all safety measures surrounding proper handling of biohazards, radioactive materials, chemicals and hot labs. We also have the capability to coordinate all employee group moves.
“Clean Room” environments pose no problem or obstacle to our experienced relocation crew. No matter if you are moving three floors or three time zones away, projects that represent years of research can be entrusted to us. We also provide a special climate-controlled truck outfitted with redundant generators to plug in freezers, with standby emergency freezers maintained on the vehicle.
Our team at Tobin & Sons often conducts R&D in our onsite workshop to develop packaging systems to successfully move items for which there is no precedent. Whether we are packing sensitive lab equipment in custom-built crates, or building application-specific dollies, the safe transport of your research and investment is our greatest responsibility.
We look forward to learning more about the intricacies of your next laboratory relocation, and hope that you will become part of our legacy of innovating the way life science moves.