"Cold Chain Technologies (CCT), the leading source for temperature-controlled packaging solutions for all segments of the life science supply chain and the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA), the leading global facilitator of science, technology and regulatory information are pleased to announce "Temperature Sensitive Packaging and Distribution for Biopharmaceuticals," a new two-day course offering.
The "Temperature Sensitive Packaging and Distribution for Biopharmaceuticals" course is ideal for professionals employed in roles such as Regulatory Compliance, Quality Assurance, Packaging, Validation and Process Development. Upon completion of the course, attendees will understand the variables involved in designing a thermal packaging system, and learn how to develop and evaluate shipping systems based on a set of requirements including the implementation of a temperature monitoring program for their organization.
"We are very excited to partner with the world leading Parental Drug Association in sharing the best practices to properly specify and evaluate cold chain packaging. Having a sound understanding of the technical background of cold chain shippers is essential to achieving a safe and cost effective cold chain," states Geoff Kaiser, Director of Engineering and Technical Services at CCT."Continue reading the press release
"In celebration of our 50 years in thermal packaging design and innovation and the relocation of our corporate headquarters to Franklin, MA, we hosted a grand opening and ribbon cutting on June 1, 2017.
The event was attended by CCT employees, business associates, and public officials that included Massachusetts Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, State Representative Jeffrey Roy, Lisa Nelson on behalf of US Congressman Joseph Kennedy III, Peter Milano from the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, Greg Casey on behalf of US State Senator Richard Ross, Town of Franklin Administrator Jeffery Nutting, Town of Franklin Council Member Andy Bissanti, Edward Kriegsman of Kriegsman & Kriegsman, Bonnie Sullivan of Middlesex Savings Bank, Julia Dvorko of the Massachusetts Export Center and more."
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