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Contributor: Cathy Roberson
Posted: 02/23/2017
Transporting temperature-controlled items by air is not only costly but also prone to many mistakes in the management and handoffs of valuable pharmaceuticals and other perishables. We’ve all seen the statistics in various publications:·         The air cargo share of global pharma products transport has decl Full Article »
Contributor: Mary Greenwood
Posted: 11/01/2016
Avery Dennison, Supply Chain, Visibility, cold chain, pharmaceuticals, temperature controlled logistics
Mary Greenwood, director of new technology and business development, Avery Dennison, provides on overview of TT Sensor Plus. The smart label tracks product temperature exposure throughout the supply chain for instant accept and reject decisions. For more information about TT Sensor Plus, visit us at hyyp:// Full Video »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 06/17/2013
In this interview Mark Lovell, Senior Cold Chain Specialist from Shire talks to Andrea Charles from Cold Chain IQ, about the increasing focus by the regulators on controlled room temperature (CRT) / ambient products, investment levels in temperature controlled distribution and recent trends. Lovell also imparts his top tips for optimising Full Podcast »
Contributor: Cathy Roberson
Posted: 11/03/2016
One large pharmaceutical manufacturer’s transportation split is now 60% ocean. Besides the obvious lower costs why else would pharmaceutical manufacturers use a mode of transport that is so much slower? Full Column »
Contributor: Michael Scheno
Posted: 02/07/2017
Canada Merck
Many will argue that the accountability of ensuring product safety and integrity lies with the manufacturer from production to the end point of the supply chain. After all, it is their name on the label. But if that is the case, then where does the responsibility lie once a product changes hands? Full Whitepaper »