Envirotainer names Delphine Perridy Boile as CSO

Source: Envirotainer

Envirotainer, a specialist in cold-chain pharma shipping containers, has named Delphine Perridy Boile as its new chief sales officer (CSO).

Boile will lead all the company’s sales and marketing activity, taking responsibility for meeting growth targets.

Reporting to the firm’s CEO, Peter Gisel-Ekdahlhe, she will also be a member of the Envirotainer Executive Management Team.

Boile has experience of the life sciences industry, having previously held senior sales roles at IQVIA and CEGEDIM, two companies active within the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.

She has also worked in different areas of the world, including the Asia-Pacific region and the Americas.

Gisel-Ekdahl commented on the appointment: “Delphine’s experience and achievements will accelerate our ability to meet the targets we’ve set for the business.

“She’s perfectly placed to deliver the growth we expect, while also fulfilling our goal of ensuring life-saving, temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals are reliably and sustainably available to healthcare practitioners and patients around the globe.”

Boile added: “I’m passionate about the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors. The work they do helps create a healthier world with a focus on patients.

“Joining Envirotainer is a fantastic way to take this passion to the next level, helping the business to grow and therefore get medicines to people, where and when needed.”

Earlier this month, it was confirmed that American Airlines had approved Envirotainer’s Releye RLP and RAP containers for use on its fleet of aircraft pharma shipments.

And that followed the good news released in March that during 2022 Envirotainer had enjoyed a 24% increase in the volume of medicines shipped around the world in its temperature-controlled units compared to 2021.

In 2021, the Envirotainer fleet moved 600m doses. The following year this grew to 744m doses.

The Envirotainer fleet covers more than 2,000 pharmaceutical trade lanes in over 100 countries and 300 airports, and the company is expecting to grow its current fleet of 7,500 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certified containers by another 1,300 over the course of this year.

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