Emerging temperature-controlled practices and technologies
The pharmaceutical industry stands at the forefront of scientific innovation, continually developing life-changing drugs and treatments. However, the journey from laboratory to patients’ hands is fraught with challenges, especially when it comes to maintaining the integrity of temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products during transportation.
Global distribution poses many challenges in maintaining the required temperature conditions of pharmaceuticals that are often transported across vast distances, crossing diverse climates and environments. This, coupled with stringent guidelines set by regulatory bodies for the storage and transportation, makes cold chain shipping a multifaceted landscape. And, with such demand for greener supply chain management, many pharmaceutical organisations are reassessing their processes and seeking out external partners with sustainability-first mindsets.
Happily, the emergence of advanced temperature-controlled practices and cutting-edge technologies is ushering in a new era of pharmaceutical logistics, ensuring that the efficacy and safety of temperature-sensitive drugs remain uncompromised.
For full article please visit:
Authored by Niall Balfour CEO at Tower Cold Chain