Wayne Williams

Wayne Williams is the Executive Director of Warehouse Asset Management (WAM) and Coldchain Technology Services (CTS). Previously, Mr. Williams was the Director of Logistics for Logistics Health Inc. (LHI) and was responsible for management and oversight of LHI’s Supply Support Technology Group, General Logistics Council for all logistical operations for LHI and the primary inventor for LHI’s Environmental Witness System. Prior to LHI, Mr. Williams was the Associate Director of Logistics for the Strategic National Stockpile Program, a federal program managed by the Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Homeland Security, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As the lead logistician for the Strategic National Stockpile Program (SNS), Mr. Williams was responsible for coordinating the movement of SNS assets during the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and the anthrax attacks of 2001. He has also coordinated asset response for many additional incidents including the cyanide truck hijacking in Mexico, the Houston floods, and the Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Mr. Williams has participated in numerous exercises at the federal, state, and local levels regarding asset deployment in a terrorism or mass casualty event, including TopOff 1 in Denver. Mr. Williams is one of the nation’s leading experts on Cold Chain Management and has lectured and written several key documents describing this process. These processes are currently used within the Supply Support Technology Group at LHI, Strategic National Stockpile Program and the Department of Defense Distribution Operations Center at US Army Medical Materiel Agency, where he developed these procedures.

When dealing with temperature sensitive, high value, critical products, experience counts. Mr. Williams and his companies’ staff have over 30 years of combined experience in every aspect of the cold chain management process to include: Research and Development, Validation, SOPs, Storage and warehousing, Process management, Distribution, Transportation, current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) compliance, Training, Regulatory consulting, and Monitoring. Mr. Williams and CTS will perform the warehouse functions associated with the contract, including shipping and receiving, kit assembly, stock control, and cold chain management. CTS maintains the operation of these functions at its warehouse center in Spring Branch, TX (San Antonio).