Lynaye Reynolds is new director of quality at Pelican BioThermal

Minneapolis, USA: Lynaye Reynolds has been appointed worldwide director of quality at Pelican BioThermal.

Reynolds joined the company three years ago as the quality manager at its site in Leighton Buzzard in the UK. She has . With extensive experience in the pharmaceutical and manufacturing industry.

“Within a short period of time, after first joining the company, Lynaye re-organized the UK Quality Team and has continued to be a key contributor in our ongoing success,” said David Williams, president, Pelican BioThermal.

“Lynaye’s expertise and enthusiasm has made her a valuable member of the Pelican BioThermal senior management team and in her new role, she will continue to play a pivotal part in our global quality operations.”

Reynolds role within the company’s worldwide quality processes included leading the site certification to the latest ISO standards of the company’s Plymouth site in the US. She also played a key role in supporting the start-up of the company’s new Indianapolis Service Centre. Reynolds has also proved to be a primary customer-facing representative in the global rollout of the company’s Crēdo on Demand rental program.

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