ESC Takes Part in ISPE Boston 2019 Product Show
September 18, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsBoston, MA - The team at Environmental Systems Corporation (ESC) are excited to join other leaders in the Biopharmaceutical industry at this year's ISPE Boston Product Show on September 18th 2019 at Gillette Stadium.
"We're seeing a high demand for new innovations in the cleanroom space in recent years," said Aaron Styles, Vice President of ESC. "We can't wait for the chance to talk shop and compare notes with thought-leaders in the biopharmaceutical industry.
ESC is quickly establishing a name for itself in building and designing cutting edge and compliant cleanrooms for organizations in all sectors. In fact, Canadian Business and Maclean's Magazine ranked Environmental System Corporation (ESC) No. 138 on the annual Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies.
"Our success is definitely built by attending events like this. We relish the chance to meet with other businesses in this area and talk about the future of pharma tech," added Styles.
"There is a real synergy at these events. This is what happens when you get a group of problem solvers together."
Anyone looking to talk about critical environments or cleanrooms are encouraged to visit the team at ESC at Booth E53!
ABOUT THE ISPE Boston Product Show
The Annual Product Show is the premier one-day biopharmaceutical show in the Northeast and the flagship event of the ISPE Boston Area Chapter. Recognized as one of the leading ISPE chapters in the world, the success of the Boston Area Chapter, the Product Show, and the local industry as a whole is in large part due to the collaboration, knowledge sharing and best practices of our members and volunteers
About Environmental Systems Corporation
Environmental Systems Corporation designs critical environments and builds cleanrooms to ISO 14644 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Requirements. Our custom manufacturing of the air handling systems for critical environments gives us the advantage of understanding one of the most important aspects of the cleanroom; the close tolerance control of temperature, humidity, air changes and cleanroom pressures to provide cascading pressure differentials.