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Peli BioThermal to Present at SMI Cold Chain Distribution Conference

Peli BioThermal, the global name in temperature controlled packaging, will share industry insight and expertise at the SMI Cold Chain Distribution Conference.
Paul Terry, Peli BioThermal’s Director of Sales EMEA, is a key speaker at the event, taking place in London on December 13 and 14, where he will address delegates on Navigating A Portfolio Approach to Passive Thermal Packaging Choices.
At the two day conference Peli BioThermal will exhibit its industry leading supply chain services and parcel shipper solutions including:

  • Chronos™ Advance and Chronos™ Express, a range of high performance single-use shipping systems, utilising advanced insulation and phase change materials
  • Cr?do™ Cube a reusable thermal shipper that protects payload contents at defined temperatures longer than any other passive thermal shipper

“I am delighted to be a guest speaker at this leading industry event where Peli BioThermal will also be showcasing its latest shipper systems, said Paul Terry.
“With the rise in temperature sensitive products entering the supply chain it is vital to ensure companies are well informed about selecting the most appropriate, reliable and regulatory compliant systems for global transportations.”
The Peli BioThermal team will share with delegates the company’s ongoing global expansion including the recent opening of its new service centre in Belgium plus plans to open an additional 12 centres throughout 2018.
The network of worldwide service centres will provide value-added options for Peli BioThermal’s Cr?do on Demand program, including conditioning and end-of-rental drop-off. The rental service offers daily, monthly and other rental terms, including qualification reports and clean, freshly refurbished shippers.
SMI Cold Chain Distribution 2017 will examine how to keep costs low and quality high while remaining compliant to global regulations. The conference will focus on GPS temperature monitoring, temperature data management and GDP regulatory requirements.