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Quality & Efficiency in Cold Chain Logistics: Can You Have Both?

by Dirk Wilke

Let's face it - it's not always easy to make sure your supply chain functions in the most efficient way possible. This can be due to a number of reasons. Sometimes you get affected by freak naturaal phenomenon. Other times there can be a sudden rise in demand for transportation and you are left with insufficient shipping capacity.

But often you could prevent disruptions to your supply chain if you only knew what was happening.

Download this opinion piece to find out how to improve both quality and efficinecy in cold chain logistics:

 

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Quality & Efficienct in Cold Chain Logistics: Can You Have Both?

Information and the IoT put the COOL in the Cold Supply Chain

by JP Asikainen

Three crucial factors influence the success of end-to-end, real-time cold supply chain reporting success.

Until recently, the cold supply chain has had one of the most complex and difficult to monitor processes; the movement of highly temperature sensitive products (blood, pharma, food) where temperature variations have often been discovered too late, with precious products being lost and costs increased due to having to re-manufacture/collect/ship replacements.

 

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