Peli BioThermal, the global name in temperature-controlled packaging, is exhibiting its industry leading shipper systems, including its innovative CoolPall™ Flex, at the 19th Annual Cool Chain Temperature Control and Logistics conference.
Joining the Peli BioThermal team for the first time at the summit will be newly appointed Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Ed Meyer.
Following a three year stint in London the conference returns to Western Europe where it is being held in Dusseldorf, Germany from 28th – 29th January, a move welcomed by the Peli BioThermal team.
Paul Terry, Peli BioThermal’s Director of Sales EMEA, said: “We are delighted that Ed will be joining us at the conference. It is great to be back in Western Europe for this event given the significance of this region and the key role the Western European pharmaceutical industry performs in the global healthcare system.
“This is an excellent opportunity to introduce Ed to delegates as well as showcase the exceptional capabilities of our CoolPall Flex and portfolio of products. The CoolPall Flex customisable, flexible, range offers tailored solutions and high performance thermal protection perfectly suited for the global transportation of pharmaceutical and life sciences payloads.”
Alongside CoolPall Flex, available in three heights with a capacity range of 140L – 767L offering standard or vacuum insulated panel (VIP) insulation options with water-based or Phase Change Material (PCM) coolants in single or double coolant configurations, the team will present a range of high performance shipper solutions at stand 35/38 including: Crēdo Cube, CoolGuard PCM, CoolGuard Advance and Crēdo ProMed.
Meyer added: “I am really excited to be a part of the BioThermal team and see how critical temperature-controlled packaging is to the pharmaceutical manufacturing global industry. I’m particularly looking forward to seeing the latest technological advancements and how thermal packaging is such an important component to the pharma manufacturing industry helping improve the lives of so many worldwide.”