Marken Meets Critical Demand For In Vitro Lab Shipments
Marken is experiencing significant growth in demand for their specialized handling and shipments of biopsied embryo cells to laboratories across the US. These cells are often used in Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnostic Testing (PGD) and to diagnose certain diseases and conditions during in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments.
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Why A Closed-Loop Supply Chain System?
This article covers improving compliance and efficiency in the pharmaceutical supply chain with reduced cost and risk. How does the sponsor ensure that product transfer conforms to the same established written procedures demanded at the investigator level throughout the full length of the supply chain, or more specifically while in the hands of non-pharmaceutical, non-investigator personnel? By Dr. Rüdiger Lomb is Global Director, Quality & Technical Compliance, World Courier
IMP Shipments: Too Big, Too Costly, Too Bad
A client in the UK was initiating a new clinical trial, and shipping forty-two pallets of the IMP to Marken’s pharmaceutical service depot in the testing region created several challenges.
A 15-Minute Guide To Clinical Trial Document Management And The eTMF
At the Drug Industry Association’s (DIA) annual meeting held in June 2012, the TMF Reference Model Working Group released TMF reference model 2.0, which included significant updates from the group’s 2010, 1.0 release.
A 15 Minute Guide To Efficient And Compliant Management Of GMP Controlled Documents
Life Sciences quality and manufacturing organizations face three critical industry forces: increasingly stringent regulation; globalization; and virtualization of supply networks.
Improve Accuracy And Efficiency In Data Collection For Mental-Health Evaluations And Assessments
MedAvante is a global provider of centralized, expert psychological rating services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries.
Marken Delivers In Spite Of A Dry Ice Disruption In Moscow
In August of 2010, both dry ice factories in Moscow, Russia were shut down for an unplanned technical upgrade. At the same time the weather in the region was unusually hot (40°C, 104°F) which placed a higher than normal demand for dry ice to keep frozen shipments within the required temperature range.