IN COLD CHAIN, TRUST BUT VERIFY: Using New Technologies to Monitor Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals

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Tom Grubb

Moving temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals by air transport is an awesome responsibility. Biotech and pharmaceutical products are among the commodities with the highest value per air-lifted pound. Just one LD3 container can be worth $20 million or more. At the same time, these products save lives, and regardless of monetary value, ensuring that these critical shipments reach the end-user on time and within a viable temperature range is the highest priority for air cargo cold chain providers. T...
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