Evaluation Criteria of Freezer Systems for Bulk Pharmaceuticals and Intermediates


As shown by the global rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, the cold chain is a critical part of the pharmaceutical supply chain. How can we make it work better? In this on-demand webinar, presented by BioProcess Online and sponsored by Entegris, we’ll demonstrate: 
  • Applications for state-of-the-art controlled-rate shelf freezers
  • The benefits of single-use freezer bags
  • Improved scalability, efficiency, sustainability, and process economic optimization
Learn how emerging technologies can make the cold chain safer and more reliable while improving patient outcomes. 


Adiba Ahmad
Field Applications Engineer, Business Development - Life Sciences, Entegris

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Adiba joined Entegris in September 2020 as a field applications engineer. She has over 8 years of experience in the biotech industry. In her current role, Adiba works closely with customers overseeing SUT design and ensuring customer success in the fluid handling process. Adiba has earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from New York University.


Fabian Plaum
Sales Management Freeze-Drying Systems, HOF-Sonderanlagen

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Fabian Plaum works in Sales Management for Freeze-Drying and Freeze-Thaw applications at HOF Sonderanlagenbau GmbH. He studies mechanical engineering at HOF and received a master’s degree. Since 2014 he has worked in different areas at HOF, including Mechanical Engineering, Project Management, and Sales Management. In his role in Sales Management, Fabian is responsible for customer care and the creation of customized concepts for the integration of Freeze-Thaw equipment or Freeze-Dryers into aseptic fill and finish lines.