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

Tom Grubb
Contributor: Tom Grubb
Posted: 10/08/2013

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,

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Tom Grubb
Contributor: Tom Grubb
Posted: 10/08/2013

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