Intelsius, a DGP company, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of temperature-controlled packaging solutions, based in York, UK is making preparations for its attendance at the 2017 IQPC Cold Chain GDP and Temperature Management Global Forum this September.

Intelsius will be an exhibitor at the key industry event being held in Chicago, IL September 25-29. With offices worldwide, including DGP Intelsius LLC in Indianapolis, IN, the Intelsius team look forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise with delegates attending the conference.

Positioned at Booth 713 at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Intelsius will showcase shipping systems including its flag ship ORCA range, and its variety of products within the PharmaTherm range, designed to offer optimal and secure thermal protection for pharmaceutical products.

Delegates visiting the Intelsius stand will also be able to find out about the company’s most recent product launch, the ORCA S, which was unveiled earlier this year at Temperature Controlled Logistics in London. The product has been praised for its ergonomically innovative design, offering payload volumes of 4.4L, 11.1L, 23.5L and 50L with the provision of up to 96 hours thermal protection.

Now in its 15th year, the Global Forum anticipates over 850 attendees who will have their say on the latest cold chain issues facing the healthcare industry, as well as the emerging technological developments and biopharma products currently meeting global regulatory requirements.

In preparation for the event, General Manager, Carl Rugenstein commented: “We have been fortunate over the last year in developing many wonderful relationships through our continuing focus on superior customer service and to protect life’s most precious cargo.  I’m looking forward to seeing many of those customers in Chicago and thanking them for placing their faith in Intelsius.”

Intelsius encourages fellow attendees to pay their booth a visit, and looks forward to the positive outcomes from engaging with several industry leaders and key decision makers.

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