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Temperature Controlled Logistics: Optimizing Strategies and Cost-Balancing

Temperature Controlled Logistics: Optimizing Strategies and Cost-Balancing

In the mission to further refine a pharmaceutical’s path to market: Risk conduct, compliance and cost balancing are three key pillars to be optimised in any temperature controlled logistics strategy.
Decision Making Agility: Temperature Controlled Logistics Reactions

Decision Making Agility: Temperature Controlled Logistics Reactions

Damage from disruptions in the supply chain can’t be completely eradicated, however they can be mitigated. Disruptions could occur in the form of natural disasters, equipment/vehicle failure or unforeseen transport delays. Companies which apply –what if – scenarios are noted to be much better equipped and agile towards facing unforeseen occurrences in the supply chain. A wrong decision made within the temperature controlled transit of a pharmaceutical, may not only be costly in a financial sense but it also in terms of physical harm caused to patients in extreme cases.