By Peter Norton
- Senior Consultant
- Block Chain and The Supply Chain – Produce and/or Life Sciences
- Produce Quality Code can offer a better indicator to Shelf Life
- Transit Data Recorders move from PC to Mobile
- Risk Assessment and Mitigation Planning - Are you covered?
- DeltaTrak Debuts New Mini PDF In-Transit Logger
- Are you truly 21CFR Part11 compliant?
- Remote Wireless Refrigerator Monitoring
- FSMA - are you prepared?
- Smart Solutions for the Last Mile, or Patient Mile!
- The Importance of being up to date on regulatory compliance - Globally!
- Cloud Computing & Visibility Solutions
- DeltaTrak Cuts Costs in Cold Chain Logistics
- DeltaTrak's 75-Day USB In Transit Export Logger
- The Global Importance of the Chinese FDA GSP Regulations
- How Do You Rate or Qualify Your Vendors and Suppliers?
- Big Data - Who Controls and what do you want to see?
- Beyond the Last Mile - Who controls this?
- IQPC 2014 (September 29th to October 3rd) Review of Events
- Serialization - Track and Trace - Don't forget the cold chain
- Prep for Flu Season: Temperature Monitoring and DeltaTrak’s Vaccine Data Logger with Glycol Bottle
- The reports are in: - "What causes most Cold Chain monitoring failures"
- Impact of Severe Weather Conditions on Biological Products
- CDC Vaccines For Children (VFC) and Immunization Programs - US State Level
- FDA - Includes Drugs and Food regulation
- GDP Compliance to meet new regulation introduced within the EU in March-2013
- Time Out of Refrigeration (TOR) considerations
- MKT - To be used, or not to be used?
- Risk Assessment and Risk Mitigation planning Webinar
- Risk Assessment and Risk Mitigation planning for your Cold Chain and Supply Chain Network
- What do you know about your Cloud Data services provider?
- Now that the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA HR3204) has become Law - What next?
- Two recently introduced Supply Chain regulations - GDP EU and GSP CFDA
- WHO Prequalification - FlashLink Certified Vaccine Data Logger with Glycol Bottle
Peter Norton is a senior logistics and supply chain manager and consultant to the life science industry, with extensive experience in both the domestic US and global markets. He brings broad experience in Logistics, Distribution, and outsourced resource management to his biotech and pharmaceutical clients, with particular expertise in cold chain management, supply chain security, serialization, QA, procurement, contract negotiations, and vendor management.
Most recently, Peter served as a Subject-Matter Expert (SME) with several solution providers partnering with major life science companies in the areas of cold chain logistics and shipping, secure supply chain solutions, QA and QMS solutions and validation. In these roles, he built a successful track record in providing clients with the necessary guidance and tools to meet evolving and harmonizing GDP and GSP regulations.
Prior to this, Peter was Associate Director of Global Logistics for Genzyme Corp., working within the materials management arena as a Contract and Procurement specialist. After his promotion to Associate Director/Program Manager he managed a global project team in the $17 Million implementation of Serialization software applications with Cold Chain and Transport Management applications, including redesign of the associated business processes on a global basis. Earlier, as internal Client Services Solutions Manager within Glaxosmithkline’s Consumer Health IT group, Peter held responsibility for QA audit compliance and logistics solution applications and managed the installation of communications infrastructure for a consolidated global IT Help Desk.
Peter holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Hesser College, with additional credits at Capella University (sponsored by GSK). He also earned Telecommunications Certificates, degree equivalency, at Bromley Technical College for City and Guilds, Bromley, UK. He is a frequent speaker on the subject of Risk Assessment and Mitigation Planning to meet evolving regulatory requirements and has an article published (PDA Journal) on the subject of China and EU regulation convergence.