The transportation and delivery of temperature-controlled pharmaceutical products present multiple challenges to global pharmaceutical companies... DDN has developed many customized innovative solutions for its clients.
MENOMONEE FALLS, WI (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Larry Sweeney, COO of DDN, the largest privately-held provider of outsourced channel management and business services to the life science industry, will provide cold chain management solutions during the Healthcare Distribution Management Association’s (HDMA) Specialty Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Issues and Trends Seminar, Jan. 31 – Feb. 1, 2012, in Dallas, Texas.
Sweeney, an industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience at DDN, Genzyme and other top organizations, will provide insight into new technologies that ensure product integrity during storage, packaging and shipment during a panel presentation 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012.
“The transportation and delivery of temperature-controlled pharmaceutical products present multiple challenges to global pharmaceutical companies,” says Sweeney. “These manufacturers grapple with a rigorous regulatory environment complicated by a reliance on a mix of internal and outsourced services that vary by product, geography and service level.”
The panel will address and clarify the key technical, regulatory and business issues involved in managing cold chain logistics, and provide solutions to issues related to FDA mandates and complex customs requirements.
“As the specialty pharmaceutical sector continues to experience unprecedented growth, there is a proliferation of these complex issues," says Sweeney. "DDN has developed many customized innovative solutions for its clients, and we are pleased to contribute to this important discussion.”
DDN, a Dohmen company, provides unconflicted business support services to global emerging, mid-tier and large life science companies. DDN is uniquely aligned with manufacturers to create efficiencies, reduce cost and solve complex business challenges within the healthcare supply system. Visit http://www.ddnnet.com.