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2 août 2019

Meet us at Global Cold Chain forum in Boston

Come and meet us at booth 58.

We’re heading to Boston Oct 15-18 for the 17th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum. Join us and leading pharma CEOs, VPs, Directors of Supply Chain, Quality Management, Logistics, Packaging, and Transportation to hear exclusive case studies on ensuring end-to-end supply chain management in the face of evolving patient-centric delivery models, new modalities including gene and cell therapy, incoming regulatory guidelines, and increasing physical and cyber threats.

Check out the program!

Our American sales team will be there to present you EMBALL’ISO Cold Chain global Services and American market dedicated products, home-made in the United States in Philadelphia.

Thanks to this global network, EMBALL’ISO is able to offer worldwide High-Performance Passive Packaging with Reverse Logistics options to meet environmental standard, and pre-conditioned services, for Ready-to-use packaging.

We would be very happy to discuss your cold chain projects with you and how we can help reduce your costs.

Our Sales Team is looking forward to meeting you.

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