CryoPort Names Chris Campbell as Vice President of Global Business Development

LAKE FOREST, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CryoPort, Inc. (OTCBB: CYRX) today announced that it has appointed Chris J. Campbell as Vice President, Global Business Development. Mr. Campbell has more than 20 years of executive-level sales, marketing and business development experience in the healthcare and technology industries.

"Chris has been working with CryoPort on a consulting basis, making important contributions to our recent progress," said Larry Stambaugh, Chief Executive Officer of CryoPort. "We are pleased he is joining us in a full-time capacity as he brings a deep knowledge of our domestic and international target markets and a clear understanding of the CryoPort Express(TM) value proposition."

Previously, Mr. Campbell was principal at the consulting firm Client & Campbell, where he assisted technical products companies with market and competitive analysis, customer support, organizational development and marketing strategy.

Earlier, as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for MACO Bag Corporation, Mr. Campbell successfully positioned the supplier of advanced packaging solutions to enter the North American market. In a similar position with Static Control Components, a provider of advanced packaging and production equipment, he directed the international sales and marketing efforts to pharmaceutical, medical device and electronics manufacturers.

Mr. Campbell received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon.

About CryoPort, Inc.

CryoPort ( has developed a leading edge, proprietary, technology-driven packaging and transport system focused on providing a solution for the frozen shipping market in the growing global life science industry. The products developed by CryoPort are essential components of the infrastructure required for the testing, research and end user delivery of temperature-sensitive medicines and biomaterials in an increasingly complex logistical environment.

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    Source: CryoPort, Inc.