Welcome to our White Papers page, where knowledge meets innovation. Here, we present a collection of thought-provoking white papers that delve into various topics, offering in-depth analysis, insights, and solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing industries today.
The road ahead is data driven
Inevitably, data and digitalization have become the driving force behind many industries looking to the future. Here, we take a look at the impact data and digitalization can have throughout the cold chain – and where we can become more reliable, efficient, profitable and sustainable on the path towards the vision of true global and local access to life-changing medicine.
How we can make the cold chain more sustainable
Sustainability is no longer an option but a necessity, and we have a duty to do all we can to mitigate the negative effects and footprint of our daily operations.
In this whitepaper, we explore some of the practical ways and small steps that can be taken to make the transportation of temperature sensitive medicine more sustainable.
How the cold chain can provide true global and local access to vital medicines
In this whitepaper, we identify the 4 key areas for improvement to take the cold chain to the next level. For each of these areas, we will discuss the latest advances, technology and best practices in cold chain and how they address the challenges of transporting temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals globally.
Breaking the habit of paying more for less
This paper aims to explore the concept of Total Landed Cost (TLC) and show how it can be applied to active and passive containers. Furthermore, it aims to shine a light on the full extent of the savings and benefits offered by active solutions.
Uncovering barriers to the adoption of active cold-chain
Active solutions for temperature-controlled, pharmaceutical air cargo are proven to be more effective in every way. They reduce risk in a hazardous world, cut costs when economies are struggling and boost sustainability at a time when the globe is desperately trying to minimise emissions.