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The Council To Host Two-Part Webinar

September 4, 2013

The Personal Care Products Council will conduct its latest two-part webinar, “Supply Chain Integrity: How to Manage the Delivery and Handling of Bulk Chemicals,” on Sept. 18 and Oct. 2 from 12:30-2pm (EST).

According to the Council, effective supply-chain diligence requires a focused commitment between suppliers, tanker truck companies, tank wash stations and the customer. Proper management of the delivery operation, from the initial request for raw material shipment to off-loading the product from the tanker, is critical to the integrity of the product and your company’s final return on investment, said The Council.    

Join a panel of industry experts for this two-part webinar and learn about practical measures to manage delivery procedures, communicating critical requirements to suppliers, GMP elements of handling/delivery, key documentation practices and more.

More info: www.personalcarecouncil.org
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