We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data. We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. You can read our Cookie Policy here.


Peli BioThermal Completes Innovation Webinar Series Hosted by Industry Experts

Peli BioThermal Completes Innovation Webinar Series Hosted by Industry Experts content piece image
Listen with
Register for free to listen to this article
Thank you. Listen to this article using the player above.

Want to listen to this article for FREE?

Complete the form below to unlock access to ALL audio articles.

Read time: 1 minute

Peli BioThermal recently concluded its InnovationShare webinar series. Launched in March 2021, InnovationShare was designed to fill the in-person learning gap during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Webinars brought industry innovators together to share knowledge and address challenges in a quickly evolving global supply chain.

“Learning and growing together over the past two years was arguably more important than ever for the cold chain industry. The pace of change required quick innovation and grounding in best practices,” said Adam Tetz, Director of Worldwide Marketing at Peli BioThermal. “With a return to more traditional events, Peli BioThermal is excited to continue to deliver these industry-leading online learning modules.”

While InnovationShare webinars are complete, all ten webinars are available on demand through the Peli BioThermal website. Sessions include:


     Part 1: Outline and Justification for the QT Methodology

     Part 2: A worked example of the methodology

     GDP Update - The Importance of Self Auditing

     Analysis of shipper performance using performance curves

     Points to consider when selecting or creating thermal lane profiles

     Clinical Trial Regulation (CTR) and the role of clinical supply chain transparency

     Using AI to Predict Ambient Temperature Throughout a Pharmaceutical Shipping Lane

     Integrating Real Time Track and Trace via IoT into the Cold Chain

     Cell and Gene Therapies and the Cold Chain Logistics Necessary for Success

Single Use vs Reusable for Temperature Control Packaging