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Why Inmark?

With over 40 years in business, Inmark has become a recognized leader offering both standardized transportation shipping systems, and customized solutions designed to meet the most demanding payload requirements. Our solutions are used by entities ranging from governments, pharmaceuticals & medical device manufactures, universities, clinical laboratories to small physician office laboratories.

Our global footprint includes offices strategically placed in North America, Asia, Europe and South America, positioning ourselves to quickly and affordably deliver clients a wide spectrum of shipping solutions. These solutions are designed for the Life Sciences which include solutions for Cold Chain (Temperature Controlled), Used Medical Devices, Class 6.2 Infectious Materials and Dangerous Goods.

Inmark’s success ties our core values: Innovation and being Customer centric. Not only do our system engineers design and develop solutions to serve our clients’ specific needs, our training is designed to further our client’s understanding of how global regulations may impact the packaging and transport of their valuable cargo.

Our Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission

We drive to continually develop and improve the quality of Cold chain (Temperature Controlled), Class 6.2 and Used medical device shipping solutions that not only protect the shipment, but those in contact with the package throughout its transit. Package and transit safety occurs at the time the decision to ship is made. Throughout the shipping lifecycle all individuals are accountable and its Inmark’s mission to ensure that proper education and shipping solutions are available.

Our Vision

Our focus is to become the industry leader in the design and manufacturing of pharmaceutical and infectious substances biological specimen shipping solutions. Through innovation, Inmark will become the respected company of choice when protection and safety matters.

Our Values

Management Team

Harry Franze

Harry is a senior manufacturing / distribution executive with a track record of successfully leading companies to higher market performance through streamlining operations and navigating complex business environments. Most recently, Harry served for eight years as President and CEO of Component Hardware Group under the ownership of two separate private equity groups.

Brad Crouch

Brad joined Inmark in 2008 to set strategic direction for accounting and financial reporting, budgeting and capital requirements, treasury and cash management, as well as interim duties in operational and production management. Prior to joining Inmark, Brad served as the CFO for CrystalStream Technologies and Vice President of Finance for Anixter International after leaving public accounting. He has over 15 years of experience in the distribution and manufacturing sector in both field and corporate positions.

Frank Orvino
VP of Sales

Frank joined Inmark in 1995 as a sales representative focusing on dangerous goods packaging. In 1998, Mr. Orvino assumed responsibility for managing the Atlanta and Birmingham sales teams, and was later promoted to his current position of Vice President of Sales, where he is responsible for overseeing all sales activity. Prior to joining Inmark, Mr. Orvino served as a sales representative for Associated Paper and later with Raymark Containers