BioStorage Technologies to strategically expand into Asia Pacific

Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:09 PM

Indianapolis-based BioStorage Technologies, a provider of comprehensive sample management solutions for the bioscience industry, is expanding its services to the Asia Pacific region. The expansion includes the appointment of Jason Huang as general manager of Asia Pacific. 

Headquartered in Singapore and operating in China as a wholly owned foreign enterprise, BioStorage Technologies Asia Pacific will provide technical consulting in addition to sample management. Huang will be responsible for overseeing and managing operations, identifying and developing new services and driving overall business development and services growth in the region.

Born and raised in Singapore, Huang has worked in regulated environments in China, Singapore and other countries in Asia Pacific, including with several companies to manage and develop global strategic plans. Most recently, Huang worked at Prima Limited in Singapore and was a consultant with UMS Advisory in the U.S.

BioStorage Technologies stores and manages research samples from the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies and CROs. As a pioneer of Good Storage Practices (GSP), the company is committed to ensuring sample integrity throughout the complete sample life-cycle. Utilizing ISISS, the industry’s most advanced virtual sample management and web-based tracking tool, BioStorage Technologies provides a complete FDA-compliant audit trail annotated on every sample.

 

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