Mr. Klinge plans, develops, implements, and evaluates the organization’s administration function and performance. He participates in the development of the corporation’s plans and programs. Mr. Klinge is also responsible for directing, managing and coordinating all sales and marketing activities for Klinge Corporation. He coordinates efforts between the sales and engineering departments; leads the development and implementation of marketing initiatives; and, helps to identify, design and implement new market opportunities, products and plans. Mr. Klinge joined Klinge Corporation in 2007. He previously worked at a research firm in Washington, DC. Mr. Klinge has a Master’s Degree from Harvard University and a Bachelors Degree from Dartmouth College.
9:35 AM Mitigating Risk and Reducing Costs in the Pharmaceutical Cold Chain – How Use of Redundant ISO Sea Containers Helps Pharmaceutical Companies Achieve Their Goals
• High Air Freight Costs and Excursions Have Led to a Search for New Innovations in Pharmaceutical Transport – Learn How Companies are Starting to Move to Seafreight Solutions to Tackle Both Challenges
• Current trends in the Pharmaceutical Cold Chain – Air Freight vs. Ocean Freight
• Lessons from the Dangerous Goods Industry – Where Reliability Is a Matter of Life and Death
• Planning for the Unknown - How Companies Have Leveraged On-Site Modular Solutions in Preparation for Production Spikes and/or Catastrophic Plant Failure While Keeping Capital Expenditures Down