In its first appearance at the renowned LogiPharma conference, Tower Cold Chain is speaking about the key challenges in temperature-controlled logistics, as well as exhibiting its robust, reliable and reusable containers.
With the world’s biggest names in pharmaceutical manufacturing and cold chain logistics attending the Nice-based conference, Tower will share insight and advice on helping companies to transport temperature-critical products around the world. The company’s Global Head of Supply Chain, Kevin Doran, will be speaking at the LogiPharma conference as part of a panel discussion on using technology to improve sustainability in global logistics.
Tower’s container range uses phase-change materials to keep contents at a stable temperature, and integrated datalogger technology to monitor performance during transit. Backed by a growing global network of hubs, Tower can meet all pharmaceutical temperature configurations and standards, in a variety of consignment sizes from multi-pallet to pallet to sub-pallet.
Visitors to the Tower stand (booth #21) at LogiPharma will be guided through the specific features and benefits of the Tower range – which is built to meet customers’ needs by combining robust construction, reliable temperature control and reusability.
Kevin Doran will be sharing Tower’s perspective on a panel at 14:30 on Tuesday 5th April titled, “How can you harness the latest technologies and develop relationships with key suppliers to improve the sustainability of global logistics operations?”
“We’re very excited to exhibit at LogiPharma for the first time and to be speaking at the conference alongside industry leaders from across the globe,” commented Niall Balfour, CEO of Tower Cold Chain. “Demand for our solutions continues to grow, as we partner with pharmaceutical brands, airlines and 3PL providers to deliver pharmaceuticals and other life-science products in an efficient and sustainable manner.”
Tower’s presence at LogiPharma is part of a renewed focus on exhibitions globally, as face-to-face events re-emerge following COVID-19 restrictions. During Spring 2022, the company is also demonstrating its solutions at CTS & Temperature Logistics in Madrid; Biologistics World Asia in Singapore; and GCSG in San Antonio, Texas.
“We can’t wait for visitors to these shows to see our containers up close, to discover all of their benefits as a robust, reliable and reusable solution for the pharmaceutical cold chain,” added Niall Balfour.
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