Pelican picks Singapore for Asian HQ

Pelican BioThermal, a provider of temperature-controlled packaging solutions for the life sciences industry, has opened a new Asia headquarters in Singapore.
The location will be the central base for the company’s Asia sales office, Credo on Demand rental fleet depot and be the regional distribution hub for their Credo reusable and Chronos single use packaging.
Alongside providing a Credo on Demand designated depot and product inventory, the new office will be co-located with Pelican BioThermal’s distributor for Singapore, Enviropac.
The latest development follows the company’s recent announcement of its partnership with Zuellig Pharma in Asia.
In the past 12 months, Pelican BioThermal has opened service centers for Asia, the UK and the US East Coast as it looks to serve a cold chain industry worth $10bn globally. 
David Williams, president of Pelican BioThermal, said: “As the global cold chain logistics industry continues to grow and evolve we are demonstrating how Pelican BioThermal is at the forefront of this expanding marketplace and has the capabilities to support the growing Asia pharma sector.
“Expanding our global footprint with the addition of this regional headquarters in Asia, will be particularly beneficial for our growing customer base, who operate worldwide themselves.”

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