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Pacific BioStorage Announces an Exciting New First for The Life Sciences Industry in Southern California
Date:6/22/2012

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 22, 2012

Pacific BioStorage announced today that its brand new Los Angeles biorepository is now fully operational.

Pacific BioStorage -- a Division of Pacific Bio-Material Management, Inc. (PBMMI) -- also owns and operates repositories in Fresno, CA, and New York, NY. With the addition of its Los Angeles facility, the company is now even better suited to serve Southern California with an expanded bi-coastal and regional presence. “Our Greater Los Angeles Area clients are particularly enthusiastic with the news,” said Michael Lebbin, PBMMI’s CEO. “Our new facility's location couldn't be more convenient — it's just five minutes away from LAX International Airport, and a stone’s throw away from Interstate Freeways 405, 105 and 5, as well as from other major thoroughfares connecting the state and the country.”

The new facility adheres to the same rigorous safety and quality standards as the other PBMMI biorepositories. “It offers cGMP compliant storage at any temperature, and 21CFR Part 11 compliant monitoring,” added Mr. Lebbin. “Clients have anytime access to their materials; and rely on our many other services such as material management, routine equipment maintenance, freezer validation, inventory control and 24/7 monitoring.”

THE GREEN ADVANTAGE

Due to its close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Biostorage's new facility enjoys cool weather most of the year. "This represents yet another plus for our clients and the community as a whole," explained Mr. Lebbin. "We've designed and implemented a reliable, eco-friendly air ventilation system that leverages the cool coastal weather to significantly reduce the facility's carbon footprint." For Pacific BioStorage, being green goes hand in hand with utmost security and reliability. "All our facilities feature redundant systems," added Mr. Lebbin. "From environmental control and security, to back-up freezers, emergency po
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