Cell and Gene Therapy might sound futuristic and clinical. But these types of therapies are less futuristic than they might appear and they are already being applied. Initial studies have been conducted in academia, at medical universities, hospitals and research venues. However, putting cell and gene therapies into practice requires complex logistics. The cells used for these therapies pass through several process steps and have to be managed as well as transported between various stakeholders in a fast, sterile and seamless manner. Cell and gene therapies have progressed greatly both in terms of their scientifically proven effectiveness and in terms of medical advancement. However, they still exhibit certain weak points, escpecially regarding their robustness during transport between different venues.