When shipping your healthcare products, do you need to be concerned about delays, temperature changes, cell/sample degradation, and clinical efficacy? Logistics decisions directly impact the quality of your samples. Monitoring and intervention programs along with packaging and shipping solutions can provide a practical way to lower supply chain and bioanalytical development costs, mitigate risk and improve customer service and patient healthcare outcomes.
Come eat lunch (provided by UPS) & hear what the experts have to say about industry trends, cold chain insights and challenges and the solutions available for healthcare and life science companies.
You will also have the opportunity to hear from leading cryogenic solution provider, Cryoport, and their recent study “Critical Assessment of the Impact of Packaging and Logistics Decisions on Bioanalytical Analysis and Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing”
UPS understands healthcare logistics and can provide single-source management of transportation options throughout the delivery process. UPS offers a range of specialized services for the healthcare industry, including biotech, diagnostics, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers that are built on a dependable supply chain network, enhanced by 24/7 monitoring and risk mitigation tools and service. Our attitude toward healthcare is summed up by the philosophy: “It’s a patient, not a package”®.
Who should attend? Anyone involved with shipping, logistics, global supply chains, operations, procurement, distribution, regulatory compliance, quality assurance or customer service for healthcare companies.
If you are not a MassBio member and would like to attend, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on UPS’s healthcare services, visit http://ups.com/healthcare.
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