RTS appoints sales manager to automate drug delivery

RTS Life Science has appointed Mike Pollard to the newly-created role of technical sales manager – drug delivery automation. Pollard has been promoted to this new role to support the implementation and further development of RTS Life Science’s Drug Delivery Automation Strategy reporting to the business unit director, Mark Fish.

As technical sales manager, Pollard is responsible for representing RTS’ portfolio of inhaler, tablet and device testing solutions to customers in pharmaceutical development and quality control.

Pollard has worked for RTS Life Science for the past 12 years, most recently holding the position of product manager for one of RTS Life Science’s compound storage and retrieval products. With more than 10 years’ experience delivering automation projects to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, Pollard will expand the company’s capabilities in drug delivery automation.


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