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6 global pharma trends that affect cold chain air freight

Pharmaceutical cold chain is a growing business area for many airlines but it is also under pressure due to changes in the pharmaceutical industry. Airline companies that want to maintain and expand their business with pharma need to be updated on what is happening in the industry in order to build a strong brand. Here are six global trends to keep an eye on.

Good Reads #3: More data helps to reduce carbon emissions

Pharma cold chain logistics is a very complex with many stakeholders involved. We all work hard to ensure that pharmaceuticals maintain optimal quality all the way to the patients. At Envirotainer we believe that the best way to reach our common goal is to improve collaboration and mutual understanding across the logistics chain, we call it our eco-system thinking. Here, we share articles with our network that we think could benefit us all.

7 operational excellence challenges of the pharma cold chain

In an increasingly regulated environment, pharmaceutical companies will have to know more about their transports, especially when it comes to temperature-sensitive products. In the end, safer transports will benefit consumers, but this development puts higher demands on the pharmaceutical companies, as they will need to prove the quality and safety of their transport from start to finish.

5 key steps to find the best pharma cold chain solution to reduce carbon emissions

Pharmaceutical companies are constantly under pressure to reduce their carbon emissions. The largest share by far of all emissions occurs in production and purchase of raw materials, whereas logistics only makes up a fraction. The most environmentally friendly solution for pharmaceutical companies, when it comes to transportation, is therefore to ensure that pharmaceuticals reach their destination on time and in perfect condition. To dispose of and replace degraded products increase the carbon emissions dramatically, as well as put patients’ health and safety at risk. Quality managers focusing on operational excellence are paying more attention to the amount of discarded products in temperature-controlled transport. Below are 5 key steps to start with.

Good Reads #2: Industry 4.0 and South Korea as the main powerhouse of biosimilars

Pharma cold chain logistics is very complex with many stakeholders involved. We all work hard to ensure that pharmaceuticals maintain optimal quality all the way to the patients. At Envirotainer we believe that the best way to reach our common goal is to improve collaboration and mutual understanding across the logistics chain, we call it our eco-system thinking. Here, we share articles with our network that we think could benefit us all.

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