Temperature Control Logistics, also known as cold chain or cool chain logistics, involves the storage and transportation of temperature-sensitive goods.
There are several challenges in ensuring the successful storage, transportation, and delivery of temperature-controlled shipments. While cold chain food logistics may require uninterrupted handling of goods within low-temperature environments to preserve or ensure their shelf life, Life Science Logistics, Healthcare logistics, or Biopharma logistics include the transport and storage of things like: biological materials for clinical trials, proteins and cells tissues, organs and blood samples, drugs and medicines, vaccines etc.
Transporting such materials safely and reliably means that special attention is needed for various aspects of the logistical process. This includes:
- Finding a RELIABLE temperature-controlled logistics partner
- Using SPECIALIZED thermal and refrigerated packaging methods
- EXPERT logistical planning, execution, and delivery