A Solution Guide to Controlled Room Temperature Product Logistics

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Due to consumer expectations of a low purchase price for ambient pharmaceuticals, suppliers are left with no option but to adopt an economical production strategy.
However, it is vital that the application of cost-effective supply strategies do not endanger the product's protection from temperature excursions that are detrimental to shelf life and compliance validity.
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On the matter of GDP compliance in the distribution of CRT products, Jon Chapman, Global Pharma Product Manger of Kuehne + Nagel Management AG notes: "Although there are different interpretations of the [regulations] in different countries, the essence is the same, that it is necessary to make sure that products are transported within the temperature label claim.
"If you go outside of this you run the risk of losing your license to operate."
This Cold Chain IQ solution guide explores a series of challenges within controlled room temperature product supply logistics. Challenges of focus are: transportation services, packaging, supply chain agility and supply chain sustainability. This guide will then examine a set of cost effective and innovative solutions for these hurdles.
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