MAY 5, 2021
Webinar – Temperature Assurance Rental Packaging: A Look Into the Orion
The innovation curve has hit the upward swing. Past temperature-control packaging rental programs have been tested and improved, allowing market leading pharmaceutical companies to easily show the operational efficiencies and cost savings. Add in the increased drive of corporate sustainability, and you have a lot of reasons to consider rental packaging for your temperature sensitive healthcare supply chain.
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Temperature Assurance Rental Packaging: A Look into the Orion
- Why companies are choosing rental vs. single use
- Key considerations for adopting a rental program: risks, cost evaluation and sustainability goals
- Review of use cases in commercial, clinical and gene therapy supply chains
- How a rental program works, step by step
- Orion r – a completely re-engineered box rental program
Andrew Heholt, Business Development Director and Orion Product Manager, Sonoco ThermoSafe
Alex Guillen, Corporate Strategy, Switrace, & former Global Cold Chain Director, Fisher Clinical Services
Alex has been involved in the distribution, commercial operations and sales across many verticals including industrial flooring, minerals, and for the past fifteen years, the pharmaceutical cold chain. After his role as Director Commercial Operations at Novartis Vaccines, in 2007, Alex launched Escort Data Loggers European operations. In 2017, the company became Switrace after merging with Swiss electronics manufacturer Viemme SRL. Switrace has a full range of Swiss made GxP compliant temperature monitoring instrumentation and software.
As Global Cold Chain Director at Fisher Clinical Services, Alex provided strategic guidance to pharmaceutical companies to ensure cost, and operationally effective clinical trials distribution. He supported the growth of Fisher’s capabilities to support biologicals and biosimilars, including temperature assurance packaging programs. Alex lives in Ticino, Switzerland.