In a recent global pharma logistics market report, logistics decision makers note a 63% success rate of undamaged goods. However, this makes a third of shipments presumably unsuccessful. Good practice regulations and guidelines have been created to correct this, but they allow for many different methods for managing temperatures in pharma logistics, some of which may not be very effective for their purpose. From both a patient safety and business perspective, real-time monitoring technology eases the mind of the customer as well as supporting specific logistical operations and delivering relevant data in real-time in order to optimise the supply chain.
Ahead of this year's Temperature Control and Logistics forum 2020, Pharma IQ spoke exclusively to Ada Pálmadóttir, MBA, MPharm, Business Development Director, Controlant, and Jessie VanderVeen VP Marketing & Communications, Controlant, on digital technology solutions to deliver on-demand visibility for life science products requiring low temperature control and quality protection.
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