Treforest Facility

Why work at Treforest?

Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside approximately 20 minutes from Cardiff, Treforest is historically connected to the mining of tin plate, dating back as far as 1835. Today, the town is better known for its links to the University of South Wales and this relationship dates back to 1913 when the School of Mines was originally established.

Today students from around the world come to study, with Treforest being the university’s main and largest campus, playing host to the bulk of academic departments and facilities.

Famously, Treforest is also the birth place of the musical legend Tom Jones, it is rumoured that Tom has an original telephone box from the town in his Californian home to remind him of his routes. Treforest was also home to Upper Boat Studios – a television studio complex where Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures were filmed up until 2013.

The Treforest Facility

Specialising in Clinical trial logistical services, PCI’s Treforest facility is strategically located to take advantage of its UK geographic conveniences and proximity to both London and Cardiff in supplying investigational medicines to patients around the world. Storage, distribution, and returns management of IMP materials all happens at this 23,000 sq.ft. purpose built facility, stationed conveniently near the M4 corridor.

Our expertly trained and experienced associates handle thousands of shipments each year to investigational sites located in over 100 countries around the world. Well versed in the challenges of truly global clinical trial distribution, our team in Treforest understands to the specific requirements for each drug product, utilising cutting edge validated shipping technologies and leveraging a trusted network of proven international couriers and depot networks.

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