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12th Cold Chain Global Forum Releases Comprehensive Global Cold Chain Management Solutions Insights Report

Leading life sciences event provides insights into latest solutions and technologies to guarantee supply chain integrity for temperature controlled life science products

BOSTON, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 12th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum recently released the 2014 Global Cold Chain Management Solutions Insights Report in partnership with Cold Chain IQ.

Ahead of the 12th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum, Cold Chain IQ takes a closer look at key trends in the global cold chain management, from reducing complexity and cost to greener cold chain solutions. The Global Cold Chain Management Solutions – Insights Report contains future perspectives on innovation in cold chain management, an overview of global challenges and advice for integrating cold chain management systems.

The 18-page report also contains insights from the Senior Executive Investment Survey, conducted late last year with key senior executives from pharmaceutical and biotech companies. The report aims to start a discussion around some of the key challenges facing global supply chain management that will be addressed at the Cold Chain Global Forum in September.

View the 2014 Global Cold Chain Management Solutions Insights Report here: http://bit.ly/1vJ1pgI

The most innovative cold chain and temperature management solutions will be gathering at the 12th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum, taking place September 29-October 3 at the John B. Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA.

Confirmed sponsors of this event, who will be featured in the exhibition hall, include Envirotainer, Marken, FedEx Custom Critical, American Airlines Cargo, UPS, Cold Chain Technologies, ELPRO, Panalpina, Jarden Life Sciences, Dupont, World Courier, American Aerogel, Sonoco Thermosafe, Minnesota Thermal Science, Sofrigram, TCP Reliable, BioLife Solutions, BioCision, UTi Worldwide, Berlinger, UPS, World Courier, Sensitech, Panther Premium Logistics, Modality Solutions, Georgia USA and more.

For more information on the 12th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Global Forum, visit www.ColdChainGlobalForum.com or download the agenda here: http://bit.ly/1oNAewz

About IQPC:
IQPC produces 1,500 global events that are custom-tailored to the unique needs of business executives. Founded in 1973, IQPC leverages an office network that spans six continents and a wealth of intellectual capital to provide an unparalleled portfolio of conferences and seminars. For more information, please visit www.iqpc.com.

About Cold Chain IQ:
An international resource center for the temperature control life science professional, Cold Chain IQ delivers insightful, unbiased information about today's 'hot topics'. Our 13,000+ members benefit by reading expert analysis, trend-setting articles, listening to interviews, watching video features and top-rated presentations from IQPC's global temperature control supply chain event series. Cold Chain IQ focuses on all areas of temperature controlled logistics, distribution and quality in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Cold Chain IQ, part of IQPC, maintains the largest cool chain pharmaceutical international database, offering strategic partners, members and contributors an unparalleled opportunity to network, share ideas and disseminate best practice information across the globe with peers. To receive our newsletter and download our latest whitepapers articles and interviews please visit www.ColdChainIQ.com.

 

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