Packaging For Transportation: Inherent Risks and Mitigation Strategies

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We live in an age where we need to have everything faster. This is especially true of the logistics or transportation environment. We need things tomorrow whether it be for personal, business or health reasons. We need it to work as intended when we receive it.  This has revolutionized the logistics industry. It is important to understand that there are inherent risks that these products will encounter that may impact whether these products are functional when you receive them.
            During the presentation, you will learn about some of the variables in the distribution environment that your products will encounter and some strategies you can employ to mitigate that risk. You will also learn about a typical study structure for a regulatory body submission as it relates to testing of medical devices and combination products.



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  Speakers

Corey Hensel of DDL, Inc

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Packaging For Transportation

Biography:

Mr. Corey Hensel has over 22 years of experience in the package testing industry.  His company has serviced such industries as Life Sciences, Automotive, Furniture and Consumer Products.  He has written various articles around the area of packaging and testing including the evolution of package testing over the past 25 years. He has represented DDL on an industry “ask the expert” panel and is currently an active member of Executive Group which is a think tank for industry leaders in the development and growth of their businesses.  He is the D10 Chairman for the ASTM D10 committee on packaging and is an active member of the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP). Corey received an Industrial Technology Degree, with a concentration in packaging, from the University of Wisconsin, Stout.

Levi Loesch of DDL, Inc

Topic:

Packaging For Transportation

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Mr. Levi Loesch has been with DDL for 9 years, beginning as an intern, then moving up into project management, lab supervisory duties, and is now the sales engineer for the Product and Materials division.  Levi has a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Minnesota.





Agenda

6:00 - 6:30 - Sign in, networking, food
6:30 - 6:45ish - Business and Announcements
6:45 - 8:00 - Presentation and Q&A