Biotec Services International, a provider of clinical trials supply services including packaging, storage and distribution, has appointed three business development managers.
The UK-based firm plans to build its US operations, which generate 54% of its revenue, by hiring Doug Basinger who will try to win more West Coast clients from biotechnology hubs California and Seattle.
Basinger has worked in global clinical supply chain management for more than 20 years.
Biotec CEO Keren Winmill said “the appointment of Doug builds on the opening of our U.S. office, allowing us to establish our own direct relationships with new and target clients along the West Coast, as well as across the U.S. and Canada.”
In the UK, Biotec Services has hired Deb Williams and Jonathan Lake as business development managers.
Williams, who has worked in the clinical supply chain sector for over 25 years, has moved from PCI Packaging Coordinators, Inc. (formerly AndersonBrecon). Lake previously worked as business development manager for northwest Europe at PHT Corporation.
Winmill said the three had been hired to build the brand’s international reputation and to focus development in “key” geographical markets Israel, Korea, Canada and the US.