QuickSTAT France, a brand new facility equipped with a controlled-ambient warehouse, will provide 24/7 transportation and logistics services, as well as in-transit storage following IATA rules and EU GDP guidelines.
New York, New York (PRWEB) December 13, 2014
QuickSTAT is making significant investments in the expansion of its global network and Cold Chain capabilities, and is delighted to announce the opening of a new Control Tower in Paris, France, to serve Life Science clients in the region.
QuickSTAT France, a brand new facility equipped with a controlled-ambient warehouse, will provide 24/7 transportation and logistics services, as well as in-transit storage for vaccines and investigational drugs, patient-clinical specimens, API, following IATA rules and EU GDP guidelines. Services include temperature-controlled transport of all temperature ranges, from controlled ambient (+15°C+25°C), refrigerated or frozen, for IP distribution, blood samples movements, reagents, and medical devices.
Hervé Valler will serve as Managing Director of QuickSTAT France. He brings over 16 years of experience designing customized logistics plans for life science companies throughout the world, and has helped developed solutions for clinical trial supply programs, biospecimen management, central laboratories, diagnostics, medical devices and drug distribution. Hervé’s team will consist of local customer service and operations specialists with extensive knowledge in the transport and logistics of Research/ Drug Development and Temperature Control shipments. The team will provide consultation on stringent regulatory compliance, specialized validated packaging, Dangerous Goods transport, as well as best routings, including solutions for emerging market areas.
In addition, to a global footprint, QuickSTAT France is located 2km-away from Roissy CDG airport and has developed a diverse regional network that includes airlines, high speed train (TGV), and priority ground options to achieve the fastest transit time, and Clinical Supply Chain integrity.
“We are very excited about our new Paris Control Center, and the enhanced Cold Chain services it will provide to our clients throughout the region. Our investment in an increased global footprint, the recruitment of top industry specialists, such as Herve Valler, along with our market-leading IT platform that helps clients manage their clinical trials demonstrates our commitment to the Life Science community,” says Dominique Brown, COO, QuickSTAT.
For 35 years, QuickSTAT, a Quick Company, has managed global biopharmaceutical clinical trial logistics for all phases of research and drug development, for all temperature ranges and life science products. QuickSTAT specializes in time and temperature shipping of clinical research samples, biologics, investigational drugs, clinical trial supplies, vaccines and dangerous goods, helping to bring important new drugs and protocols to market faster.