IMPERATIVES FOR COLD CHAIN QUALITY: Part 3 – Collaborative Program Implementation

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Tom Grubb

As the saying goes, "there is no I in team." There’s no "I" in cargo either. Particularly in the cold chain, it takes a coordinated team to safely move temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals from manufacturer to patient. When it comes to developing and implementing the programs that guide air cargo across oceans and continents, shippers, forwarders, and air carriers need to collaborate to ensure seamless operations and defined responsibilities.This article series explores five of the most importa...
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