ColdPharma the Smart Way: Three Things Every Company Should Do

The safe transport of temperature-sensitive products is a billion dollar industry. ColdPharma logistics, the transporting of temperature-controlled medicines within a supply chain, has become vitally important to the healthcare industry. With the emergence of manufactured drugs that have a shorter shelf life and greater financial worth, companies must be conscious of the challenges to control, monitor, and protect the integrity of their products all along the cold chain distribution process.

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Why Control Room Temperature Matters in Animal Health

Most people are aware that human vaccines need special transport, storage and handling due to maintain product efficacy. However, animal vaccines need the same amount of care and consideration. In the time between the instant a vaccine leaves the manufacturer’s plant until the moment it’s injected into an animal, there are several potential “weak links” in the distribution process where vaccines can be unintentionally contaminated or inactivated. Continue reading…


Why Cold Chain Pharma is So Hot Right Now

When we think cold chain, we most often think of food. However, as the pharmaceutical industry continues its consistent growth, there are more and more drugs being produced which require cold chain services with multi-touchpoints to ensure viability and safety. Continue reading…


KEEPING COOL: Facing the Challenges of Cold-Chain Logistics

Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Companies are betting heavily on the cold-chain technologies and are spending more on equipment, expanding capacity, investing in new and better technologies, and are continuously developing overall process improvements. It’s a pretty good bet when research shows that approximately $12.6 billion dollars is expected to be spent this year on managing the transportation of temperature controlled pharma products. Continue reading…