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Cold Chain Logistics

Pool Distribution: Shippers of Temperature-Controlled Freight Collaborate to Save
Offered By: Weber Logistics

Pool Distribution: Shippers of Temperature-Controlled Freight Collaborate to Save

Shippers of temperature-controlled freight, particularly those that ship smaller orders, continue to rely on national less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers for deliveries across the United States. Instead, they should consider a pool distribution strategy that consolidates freight with like shippers, and delivers it in truckload volumes directly to key markets — no stops — for fi nal-mile service. This paper covers the benefi ts and keys to success in implementing such a strategy.

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Delivering Pharma Products by Eliminating Temperature Excursions
Offered By: Tive

Delivering Pharma Products by Eliminating Temperature Excursions

Without real-time visibility into your pharma shipment’s location and temps, you risk costly failures. Learn how Tive’s notification system prevented one company from losing $500,000 worth of goods

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How Technology, Data and Technical Expertise Are Redefining Cold Chain Logistics
Offered By: Softbox Systems

How Technology, Data and Technical Expertise Are Redefining Cold Chain Logistics

Global demand for temperature-sensitive pharma products is increasing, especially in the wake of COVID-19. Ensuring the integrity and reliability of time- and temperature-sensitive products is more important than ever. For biopharma clients, keeping products safe and regulated during cold chain distribution is vital. Customers turn to leading temperature control packaging innovators. With a deep understanding of the challenges associated with shipping temperature-sensitive pharma products, Softbox Systems tops the list. Read this free whitepaper to learn how technology, data, and technical expertise are redefining cold chain logistics

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Case Study: Global Ultra-Cold Clinical Trial Logistics 
Offered By: Patheon

Case Study: Global Ultra-Cold Clinical Trial Logistics 

Researchers predict a significant increase in the number of personalized medicines in development over the next five years. These therapies demand a cold supply chain. The globalization of clinical trials, the prevailing infrastructure and regulatory environment can impact the design of that supply chain. Learn how Thermo Fisher Scientific helped a client overcome significant transportation challenges during the expansion of its first cell therapy-based trial.

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Opportunities in Direct-to-Consumer Frozen Foods
Offered By: Gray Growth Strategies

Opportunities in Direct-to-Consumer Frozen Foods

The direct-to-consumer (DTC) frozen foods business is in the early stages of rapid growth. As many food types are becoming increasingly available on a direct to consumer basis, the share of total purchases allocated to frozen foods is higher in e-commerce than in brick-and-mortar sales. Gray Growth Strategies examines the state of the DTC temperature-controlled foods market and its prospects for future growth.

Five Steps to Food Safety 
Offered By: Mettler Toledo

Five Steps to Food Safety 

 The safety and quality of food have always been important. With recent reports of contamination on the rise, however, it is more vital than ever that food and pharmaceutical manufacturers are equipped with top-quality product inspection equipment. This whitepaper provides food and pharma companies with a five-point checklist to ensure optimal protection against foreign body contaminiation. Topics include understanding regulations, knowing your product, boosting risk awareness, optimizing productivity, and relying on the experts.

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Choosing a 3PL for Food Product Distribution: 5 Critical Areas to Evaluate
Offered By: Weber Logistics

Choosing a 3PL for Food Product Distribution: 5 Critical Areas to Evaluate

You know the perils of food logistics. Let your guard down, and a truckload of perishables turns into an unsellable mess. Or you get stuck with racks full of canned goods nearing their sell-by date. The right third-party logistics provider can help you avoid those pitfalls, while cutting costs and keeping you compliant with relevant government regulations. How do you know which 3PL to trust with your food shipments? Download this free whitepaper to discover the five essential questions every food shipper should ask.

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