Cold Box Express Presents Their Custom Critical Full Pallet Shipper at 2017 West Coast Clinical Trial Supply Conference

Event sponsor and innovative pharmaceutical and life sciences cold chain solution, Cold Box Express is excited to present their custom critical full pallet shipper at 2017 West Coast Clinical Trial Supply Conference in Burlingame, CA from May 24-25, 2017.

As a major sponsor of the conference, Cold Box Express’ expanded booth will showcase one of the fully functional palletized,custom critical full pallet shipper for the sales team to provide one-on-one demonstrations of the shipper’s validated cold chain capabilities as well as answer any questions you may have surrounding your company’s specific cold chain requirements.

With it’s 24 hour real time tracking, monitoring, and reporting features of Cold Box Express’ custom critical full pallet shipper make it a natural fit for eliminating risks to the valuable clinical trial and biopharmaceutical payloads and maintaining full compliance with all regulations required throughout the pharmaceutical supply chain. Combined with Cold Express’ sales team with specialty experience in the pharmaceutical and life science sectors, attendees of the conference will be presented with the latest and most innovative temperature controlled shipping solutions, tailored to their specific west coast regional needs.

The Clinical Trial Supply West Coast 2017 event brings together a great mix of local industry sponsors and vendors for cold chain solutions in an smaller setting to tackle the latest industry challenges being faced by the west coast region. With panel discussions and roundtables there will be plenty of opportunities for interaction and debate on the topics for discussion over the two day event.

http://www.arena-international.com/ctswest/

Date & Location: May 24-25, 2017, Burlingame, CA

Venue: Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, 1333 Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame, San Francisco

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Cold Box at Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Conference, LogiPharma 2015 in Princeton, NJ.

LogiPharma pharmaceutical cold chainCold Box is excited to announce the presence of its revolutionary temperature controlled pallet shipper for the pharmaceutical supply chain audience at LogiPharma 2015 in Princeton, NJ from September 28-30 at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village.

According to conference marketer, Sanam Dhanoa, “now its 14th year, LogiPharma is the go-to resource for 300+ senior supply chain executives within the Life Science industry. The program content provides examples of biopharmaceutical companies innovating the supply of their products and is also aimed at challenging the traditional thinking around what constitutes pharmaceutical supply chain success and how to achieve it. She also mentions how it’s important for companies like Cold Box to participate in forums and events like LogiPharma to promote new and noteworthy technology to the Life Sciences industry’s supply chain and logistics executives through innovative pharmaceutical supply chain solutions.

With it’s 24/7 tracking, monitoring, and reporting features of Cold Box’s validated pallet shipper make it a natural fit for eliminating risks to the valuable custom critical life sciences cargo and maintaining the high standard required in the pharmaceutical supply chain and logistics. In addition, the Cold Box network of national depots allows for quick and economical pickup and drop off of palletized shipper rentals, providing an end-to-end pharmaceutical cold chain shipping solution that offers meaningful savings and risk mitigation in comparison to refrigerated LTL trucking.

To learn more about LogiPharma or to attend the event, see: http://logipharmaus.wbresearch.com/

To learn more about Cold Box and the way its active pallet shipper can support your pharmaceutical supply chain see: http://thecoldbox.com/pharmaceutical-shipping/

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