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12 Outubro 2018
Come and meet us at TIPS in Lyon on November 20th and 21st !
Do you know TIPS?
TIPS (Transport International Produits Santé) is the French symposium dedicated to shipping of pharmaceutical products. Its second edition takes place this year on November 20th and 21st in Lyon.
It is organized by the PLC (Pharma Logistics Club) which groups experts of all business (pharmaceutical companies, logisticians, airline companies, shipping companies and long-distance truck drivers, suppliers of packagings, solutions of traceability but also customs, security, certification, serialization, legal, etc.)
The objective of this event is to offer to the various actors and decision-makers of pharmaceutical products shipments conferences and quality testimonies to improve the transport of pharmaceutical products.
Come to listen to the testimony of our customers on the re-use of the isothermal packagings on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 from 4 pm till 5 pm in room St Clair 1 during the workshop dedicated to the Social responsibility of Companies.
EMBALL’ISO team will be on Booth A2 and we look forward to meeting you and helping you finding the best solution to ship your thermo-sensitive products safely.
25 Mai 2020
REGISTER Webinar on June 25th
How reuse and reverse logistics of passive pallet shippers can overcome supply chain disruptions during and after the Covid-19 pandemic
07 Mai 2020
New tools and models designed to optimise costs and protect the environment
Predict, anticipate, for better selection. Reuse to protect and make savings.
17 Março 2020
Our factories are open
In the current context of a pandemic, strict confinement measures have been given in France and certain countries. We want to reassure you about the continuity of our business and our ability to meet your needs of isothermal solutions for the transport of medicines.
24 Janeiro 2020
Making Use of the Reusable
Awareness of the destruction that human activities are inflicting on our planet makes it essential to move away from single use items, to stop throwing things away and to start reusing them.