AA Cargo Cold Chain Review - Spring 2013




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In this exclusive 12-page review, American Airlines Cargo's Tom Grubb breaks down the latest developments in the world of Cold Chain.

Tom is the Manager of Cold Chain Strategy and leads global time and temperature sensitive logistics services for American Airlines Cargo. A 21 year veteran of American’s Cargo division, Tom previously served in Operations as Manager of Customer Service Strategy where he was pivotal in the development of American’s Active and Passive cold chain services, ExpediteTC.

In this first issue of the Quarterly Review, Tom focuses on:

  • STAKEHOLDER COLLABORATION
    The Prescription for Maintaining Quality in the Cold Chain
  • VALIDATED PASSIVE PACKAGING
    Weighing the Costs and Benefits
  • COLLABORATING IN THE COLD CHAIN
    The Case for SOP Three-Party Development
  • IN COLD CHAIN, TRUST BUT VERIFY
    Using New Tech to Monitor Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals

You can also read Tom's latest columns here

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