We will also take the opportunity to visit our newest RAP e2 and RKN e1 station, located at the airport in Mumbai. The Mumbai station boosts our ability to meet our Indian Pharmaceutical customers’ need for secure airfreight shipments requiring temperature control.
During the day, we will run workshops to explore what the risks are when shipping cold chain products and what the factors are that need to be considered when determining the total cost of shipping temperature-sensitive products. We will share some of our learnings from shipping temperature-sensitive products across the globe for the past 30 years, as well as share our thoughts on how we see the future for temperature-controlled air freight evolving.
Cold chain logistics involves many stakeholders, rapid changes in the market, new regulations, and not least the usual risks that come with any kind of transport – delays, strikes, and bad weather. It is our ambition, by bringing the relevant stakeholders together for best practice sharing and collaboration, to provide pharmaceutical companies with secure and predictable cold chain logistics solutions.
Who should attend?
Different stakeholders will likely have slightly different views on what constitutes the best cold chain logistics solution for their specific needs. If you are a cold chain professional in the areas of quality management, regulatory or procurement in a Pharmaceutical company or a forwarder or airline cold chain expert, you should not miss this opportunity to engage with your counterparts.