As we cross the threshold into a new decade in 2020, it’s a time to take stock of the significant changes that transformed the pharmaceutical cold chain industry during the past decade. The years from 2010 through 2019 indelibly altered the landscape of pharmaceutical development and delivery, introducing both life-saving breakthroughs and unprecedented business pressure.
We are excited to announce the release of a new version of our Crēdo ProEnvision™ web-based asset management tracking and tracing software.
The latest upgrades to the software include the capability for customers to easily scale and manage large volumes of shippers in multiple locations. It also allows for additional functionality to be easily updated with new features.
The holidays bring a sense or gratitude. As a way of saying thank you to all our dedicated employees we held our annual holiday party at a local hotel ballroom where we enjoyed great food and a murder mystery dinner.
When pharmaceutical companies are shipping medications across great distances, it’s not only on-time delivery that matters. On-temp delivery is even more crucial for some products. Maintaining the recommended temperature range for the payload is vital. Without it, the potency of the medication is diminished, or depleted altogether. Patient safety is at stake.
This year marks our fifth year participating in the annual Holiday Gift Program (also referred to as Adopt-a-Family) through the Interfaith Outreach Community Partners located in Plymouth, MN which provides hope and help for struggling families during the holidays.
Last week our leadership team expressed their gratitude to the employees for all they do for Pelican BioThermal each day. To give thanks and show our appreciation, each employee received a turkey to prepare this Thanksgiving.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ed Meyer, general manager for Canada sales and operations of parent company Pelican Products, Inc., to the global sales leadership role for the BioThermal division.