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Sustainable Supply Chains




When transporting pharmaceutical payloads globally, it is essential that products are kept in perfect condition irrespective of external temperatures and conditions. With environmental issues in mind, packaging companies are increasingly considering ‘end of life’ recycling for their ranges, whether they are single-use or reusable packaging systems.

The principal requirement of pharma companies is the secure protection of their payloads within the tight temperature limits they are committed to ship their products at. Once we are achieving this, the question then becomes: how does the client achieve the thermal protection as cost effectively as possible with the least environmental impact? That’s the real challenge facing the industry.

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Greg Wheatley is Vice President of Product Development and Engineering at Peli BioThermal. With 20 years of hands-on business and leadership experience, Greg has proven himself an effective leader with experiences in a variety of technology sectors including medical device technology. Prior to Peli BioThermal, he held the position of Vice President of Engineering and Programme Management with TSI Incorporated, a global company focused on the design and production of precision measurement instruments and was responsible for leading all product development methods for improved overall performance and output.
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