Webinar: How to Store and Transport Your Temperature-Sensitive Samples Safely

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Advanced Tools for Cold Chain Monitoring & Compliance

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Presented by:

  • Steven Rowley – Field Sales Specialist
  • Helen Terry – IoT Project Manager
  • Renaud Foret – Analytics Product Sales Manager

Regardless the industry, if you are working with temperature-sensitive items, this webinar is for you. The food and beverage industry routinely handles perishable products and ingredients, while the biotech and healthcare sectors work with temperature-sensitive samples and specimens that can be irreversibly damaged through high heat or freezing temperatures. A series of activities and instruments are applied to maintain cold chain; preserve the integrity and viability of these items, right from production or harvest through to end-user consumption.

Whether you are directly involved in maintaining cold-chain or routinely handle temperature-controlled items, it is essential to understand the importance of cold storage and transport; temperature monitoring, as well as the need for maintaining indisputable traceability throughout the cold chain. Inadequate or sub-standard temperature monitoring can not only cause irreparable damage but also result in extensive delays, and losses in revenue.

Cole-Parmer has developed a range of innovative tools that can be leveraged for accurate and continuous cold chain monitoring. Prevent unwanted temperature deviations throughout the lifetime of products and gain peace of mind with precise and compliant temperature reports.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Prevent the loss of important samples by leveraging advance temperature-monitoring tools that help preserve cold chain; ensure your peace-of-mind, safeguard your workflow processes and revenues
  • Protect irreplaceable temperature-sensitive samples from unwanted temperature excursions
  • Produce detailed, accurate and compliant temperature data reports

You will have the opportunity to submit questions to the panel; receive focused responses that address your query.

Panel of experts

Steven Rowley – Field Sales Specialist

Steven holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines, and an MBA from the University of Colorado. He has extensive background in aerosol particle counting and trace-level gas detection within semiconductor and high purity gas sectors. Since joining Cole-Parmer in January 2019, he has focused on Test and Measurement solutions for a wide variety of industries and applications, with particular emphasis on cold-storage and cold-chain temperature monitoring and data-logging tools and techniques.

Helen Terry – IoT Project Manager

Helen holds a BSc and MSc in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University. She began her career with a company that designs and manufactures test equipment, helping customers understand and use the right instrument for their application. Helen has been with Cole-Parmer for a little over a year, focusing on the Traceable® products and Cloud-based monitoring.

Renaud Foret – Analytics Product Sales Manager

Renaud holds a First Degree in Sales and Marketing Management and a Business School Degree from ICL in Lyon, France. He began his career selling medical implants before moving to one that dealt with lab supplies. This is when he fell in love with the scientific world. He joined Kinesis / Cole-Parmer for 4 years ago and over the time has been responsible for different business areas, including fluidics, spectroscopy and academic labware, before settling in his most recently role looking after Analytics products, including the Digi-Sense®, Oakton® and of course Traceable® brands. He has worked with partners across the UK and EMEA region, leveraging his multilingual skill, albeit with a hint of his French accent!


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