Indiana Health Industry Forum Partners with the 12th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Forum


The Largest Conference Worldwide for Temperature Controlled Life Science Products Moves to Boston this September

Boston, MA (June 2, 2014) – Indiana Health Industry Forum is pleased to announce it’s partnership with the 12th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Global Forum, taking place September 29-October 3 at the John B. Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Mayor Martin J. Walsh will kick off the premier event with opening remarks welcoming the Forums’ move to Boston. The Global Forum has become the largest event of its kind in the world, bringing the most informative sessions, workshops and discussions to the country’s central supply chain hub. For more information, visit

“I am delighted to be a part of the Cold Chain Global Forum’s move to Boston this year,” announced Mayor Walsh. “It’s exciting to have such a prestigious event take place at the hub of the Massachusetts biotechnology and supply chain industry. I look forward to seeing the remarkable industry executives the Global Forum attracts from around the globe come together in the great city of Boston.”

100+ exhibitors, 750+ attendees, and 100+ speakers, will gather for the unmatched line-up of sessions and exhibition hall planned for this year. Committed to delivering quality and value, the Global Forum has added several new sessions to the 2014 agenda including a Cocktails, Connections & Meaning Welcome Reception, Breakfast Briefings, a site tour of the Cold Chain Technologies Facilities, a robust International Focus Day and multiple tracks focusing on supply chain integrity, small pharma & biotech supply changes, container qualification and more.

An impressive line-up of industry experts leading the discussions include FDA, Pfizer, AbbVie, Eli Lilly and Company, Genentech, Bristol Meyers-Squibb, American Red Cross, Cardinal Health and more.

“The Cold Chain Global Forum has continued to evolve and grow and we’re looking forward to seeing the response from Boston,” said Claudia Rubino, Divisional Director for the Americas for IQPC’s Cold Chain Portfolio. “I am especially thrilled to have Boston Mayor Walsh join us and help kick off this important event for the supply chain industry.”

Indiana Health Industry Forum members receive 20% off standard rates at registration. For more information, download the agenda at To register for the event visit, call 1-800-882-8684 or e-mail

Stephanie Gonzalez
Jr. Divisional Marketing Director – Cold Chain Portfolio
T: 212-885-2685


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