I have always enjoyed contributing my time and expertise to committees such as D10. The contributions that ASTM and other committees make to improve the industry are monumental.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Patrick Nolan, President of DDL, a leader in medical device package, product and material testing, was presented the Award of Merit by the ASTM International Committee D10 on Packaging. The Award of Merit, and its accompanying title, is ASTM's highest organizational recognition for individual contributions to standards activities.
Nolan has served on the D10 Committee for almost 25 years. He served as D10 Chairman for 6 years and as the Division II Chairman for 6 years. Nolan has also served on various subcommittees as Chairman. Patrick has been heavily involved in other ASTM Committees such as the subcommittee F2 on Flexible Barrier Materials. He also contributed a large amount of time as a member of the ASTM Committee on Standards (COS).
“I have always enjoyed contributing my time and expertise to committees such as D10,” Nolan said. “The contributions that ASTM and other committees make to improve the industry are monumental.”
Nolan, along with John Hart, founded DDL, Inc. in 1990. He has over thirty-four years of experience in the testing and analysis of packaging and products for shock and vibration hazards inherent in the distribution system.
About DDL and the TCP Family of Companies:
DDL is a third party testing facility that offer expert package testing, product testing and material testing services. We have three full service labs in California, Minnesota and New Jersey offering services that include; shock testing, vibration testing, tensile testing, leak testing and validation services.
The TCP Family of Companies is a complete packaging integrity solutions provider services the lifescience industries. The TCP Family consists of Cryopak, the leading manufacturer of cold chain related products and DDL, the leader in package, product and material testing validation for medical device and biopharmaceutical industries. The TCP family handles your packaging needs