Vanrx User Group hosts first collaborative meeting
First Vanrx User Group meeting, with Vanrx customers and members of the Matrix Alliance in Whistler, Canada

Vanrx hosts first collaborative User Group meeting

June 18, 2018 - Featured, News

Vanrx recently hosted its first User Group meeting, with customers and members of the Matrix Alliance partnership, coming to Whistler, Canada for two days of collaborative discussion.

The goal of the Vanrx User Group meeting was to share information and strategies regarding the implementation of Vanrx’s Aseptic Filling Workcells into its customers’ aseptic processing operations. Vanrx, our customers, and members of the Matrix Alliance, led discussions on topics such as environmental monitoring, decontamination, system operation, validation, and ready-to-use containers and closures.

“What really pleased us was the level of discussion and collaboration in the room. There was interesting two-way discussion throughout each of the presentations. We’ve all been in the industry a long time, and the level of expertise was clear. I think the participants and our company felt really positive at the end, and were already excited about doing this again next year,” said Chris Procyshyn, Chief Executive Officer of Vanrx.

Vanrx will repeat the event next year, with a larger group as more companies install Vanrx’s aseptic filling systems .

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