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medlog shipments are well-packaged and always arrive safely

It’s our task to ensure urgent and sensitive cargoes arrive safely, intact and on time. The best way to guarantee this is by using a safe and highly-suitable form of packaging that provides the best possible protection.



…is the immediate contact containment for the contents of your shipment. In the medical sector they are items such as test tubes, swabs and sealable beakers.



…surrounds the primary packaging to make sure it cannot move in any way. When transporting fluids, it is important that the secondary packaging is absolutely fluid-tight to provide an additional line of protection against leakage.



…protects a consignment from external mechanical forces and special thermal packaging prevents undesirable external temperature fluctuation from affecting your contents.



  •  Remove old barcodes from the outer packaging to avoid confusion when the scanner is used.
  • Attach the bill of lading in a clearly visible position – if possible, on the side of the package.
  • The labelling of hazardous goods must always be adapted to the contents of the shipment.

Calculating volumes

The calculation form below can be used to calculate the volumes of your shipments based on length, width and height.


  • Only whole numbers can be entered in the input boxes.
  • The calculation is completed as soon as all figures have been entered.

Length (cm)

Width (cm)

Height (cm)

Total weight (kg)

MedCase special packaging

The MedCase is a packaging system especially developed and patented by medlog to transport medical deliveries. Particular emphasis was placed on optimised shock protection, temperature control, anti-tamper protection and clear labelling for identification purposes. 


MedCase packaging solutions meet all current legislative stipulations for each respective type of cargo, and all requirements for transporting medical samples or biological substances (ADR and P650).


READ MORE HERE about packaging solutions and benefits of the medlog MedCase system!


The P650-compliant packaging solution with the MedCase system


Packaging case
Liquid/fluid-tight (test tubes, urine sample cups) 


Packaging case (MedCase Standard)
Intact if dropped (≤120 cm)
Atmospheric pressure (≤0.95 bar)
Sufficient absorbent material


Packaging (ThermoBag)
Special material from space travel research


Stainless steel case made from a high-grade Cr-Ni-steel (4301) alloy with special seamlessly adhered sealing, glass bead blasted, lockable closing mechanisms, sterilisable, autoclave capacity up to 160°C


MedCase Standard
Dimensions: 320 x 175 x 195 mm
Basic case including lid
Includes a document pocket
Suction vessel: including suction material
Suitable for smaller sample batches (1 standard test-tube rack)


MedCase XL
Dimensions: 320 x 350 x 195 mm
Basic case including lid
Includes a document pocket
Suction vessel: including suction material
Suitable for larger sample batches (up to 3 test-tube racks)
Can be provided with a range of carrying capacities.


MedCase SuperXL
The MedCase and ThermoBag integrated combi system is ideal for very large batches of samples. Can be provided with a range of carrying capacities. Available on special request.



Special cooling batteries (cool up to 24 hours)
Single-handed suction lift handle for practical MedCase transportation
Shoulder strap for the ThermoBag
Hazardous materials note UN 3373 (10×10 cm)


MedCase benefits


7 patented products and accessories


1. ADR-compliant

medlog’s patented transport container for samples is a secondary container that meets all the requirements stipulated in rule M143.


2. High-grade stainless-steel finish
100% non-rusting stainless steel, seamless laser technology finish, glass bead blasted.
Special seamlessly adhered sealing.


3. Hygiene
Sterilisable, autoclave capacity up to 160°C, lacquer-free finish.
No joins and or grooves for completely anti-bacterial cleaning.


4. Third packaging layer built into the system
Compatible ThermoBag for rule-compliant packaging.


5. Cooling provides optimised pre-analysis status
ThermoBag fitted with a special cooling battery.
ThermoBag made of special material from space research.


6. TÜV-tested and patented
The MedCase packaging system awarded with the TÜV inspection certificate. Sophisticated high-quality patented Austrian product.


7. Safety & security
Legal conformity is an effective means of protecting from liability. Safety optimisation for employees and customers (e.g. doctor sending consignments).




Medlog thermo-packaging is a passive cooling system that enables a wide variety of packaging solutions to be made available for the transportation of medical consignments requiring exact adherence to stipulated temperature ranges.


The medlog thermo-logger provides an uninterrupted record of the storage temperature during the entire journey.

LESEN SIE MEHR über THERMOVERPACKUNGEN mit dem MedCase System und dessen Vorteile!


Medical shipments and potentially hazardous samples require uninterrupted thermal conditions. As a rule, this involves chilling or freezing within a precisely-defined temperature range. medlog is setting new standards in passive refrigeration with a variety of special packaging solutions.


medlog inspects the combination of sample type, required means of refrigeration and type of packaging via a specially-developed validation method. The results provide the basis for suggesting customised packaging solutions to be discussed with the customer.


The medlog thermo-logger guarantees a seamless record of temperature status throughout the entire journey. Comprehensive temperature evaluation, analyses of deviations, and graphic depictions are provided by medlog to create a basis that allows our clients to ensure the efficacy of their own quality management.


medlog Temperaturlogger
Patentierte Medizintechnik für die Qualitätssicherung

  • Temperature records between -35°C and +60°C
  •  Data transfer via RFID technology according to ISO 15693
  • Recording of 9,600 value readings
  • Reduced size enables a variety of application options
  • Battery life up to 22 monthsMaximum reading deviations: +/- 0.1°C
  • Power supply (battery): 3V Li dry cell (5.5mAh)
  • Readings: 12-bit method
  • Memory: 16 kB EEPROM onboard
  • Time basis: quartz crystal (32.768 kHz)
  • Reading frequency: Every 15 minutes


Feel free to ask for our guidance on choosing the best type of packaging.

Order packaging online – now!

Gerne unterstützen wir Sie bei der Wahl der optimalen Verpackung.

+43 (0)50 229

Hazardous goods

The transportation of hazardous substances on roads is regulated by the European ADR treaty. In the context of medical issues, the ‘Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par route’ is mainly applied to infection hazards.


According to the ADR, the following pose risks of infection:

  • Biological substances
  • Cultures
  • Genetically-manipulated micro-organisms
  • Medical or clinical waste
  • Samples taken from patients


Feel free to ask for our guidance on all types of hazardous substances: +43 (0)50 229


For the purpose of transportation, infectious substances are divided into 2 classes:

Biological substances. Category A (UN 2814, UN 2900)

Infectious substances that can cause disabilities, life-threatening or fatal illnesses, if they leak from the protective packaging and come into physical contact with humans or animals.
– Category A substances

Biological substances. Category B (UN 3373)

Infectious substances that do not fulfil the criteria for inclusion in category A are classified as category B substances.

Patients’ samples

Samples taken from patients include any substances or materials taken from humans or animals, such as liquid and solid excreta, secretions, blood samples and blood components, tissues, smears, body parts and organs, particularly those transported for research, diagnosis, examinations, treatment or prevention purposes.

Non-hazardous substances

  • Substances containing micro-organisms that do not constitute pathological risks for humans or animals.
  • Pathogens neutralised so as not to pose a health risk.
  • If the concentration of pathogens is no greater than naturally occurring levels, and it can be assumed they do not pose a significant risk of infection.
  • Blood and blood components collected for the purpose of transfusion, or the preparation of blood products to be used for transfusions or transplantations, and all tissues or organs intended for transplantation.


Examples of exempt medical (also veterinary) specimens:

  • Blood and urine samples required to test cholesterol, blood sugar and hormone levels
  • Biopsies for the identification of cancer
  • Pregnancy tests


Please note: ‘Exempt medical specimens’ are subject to the provisions of the ADR for the purpose of transportation and are to be specially packaged and labelled accordingly.