|[January 15, 2014]
Disaster averted after UK east coast flooding thanks to Source BioScience
LONDON --(Business Wire)--
With more storms and disruptive weather being experienced in the UK,
Ireland and the USA, Source
BioScience Sentinel disaster recovery could prove invaluable to save
your stability trial.
The UK stability team receiving the customer's product. (Photo: Business Wire)
When the east coast of England recently experienced its highest tides
for decades, Source (News - Alert) BioScience's Sentinel disaster recovery lan for
stability stored product saved the day for one of the UK's major
With thousands of products in their in-house stability storage suite
under threat from water damage caused by the high tidal surges and
consequent devastating flooding, this major company staved off disaster
with a simple phone call to Source
BioScience. Source BioScience's controlled environment storage
facility in Rochdale was primed and within minutes, space was allocated
in the fully validated suite at the appropriate temperature and humidity
to enable the stability trials to continue, while vehicles were made
available to collect the hundreds of containers of product.
Just a short time after the high tidal surges, the potential critical
loss and disruption of the stability storage operation was averted.
Source BioScience's storage facility in Rochdale, England has over 2
million cubic litres of environmentally controlled storage space
available. More than 30 walk-in rooms are operating at temperatures that
range from +60ºC down to -25ºC and humidities up to 95%RH. In addition,
refrigerated, low and ultra-low temperature storage for biologicals is
available along with cryogenic storage for cells and tissues.
The Source BioScience Sentinel disaster recovery plan is
designed to protect clients from significant financial losses, as well
as time consuming delays in bringing products to market and is available
in the UK, Ireland and in the USA.
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