IMPERATIVES FOR COLD CHAIN QUALITY Part 5 – Continuous Improvement and Ongoing Enhancement

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Tom Grubb

Protecting temperature-sensitive air cargo in the cold chain is not a casual endeavor. It takes planning, training, and constant attention to time and conditions to guard the viability of delicate pharmaceuticals on their journey to the patient. This kind of proactive effort is as critical for each shipment as it is for the wider challenge of enhancing and improving the cold chain. This article series explores five of the most important best practices for enhancing time- and temperature-sensiti...
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