Regulatory agencies around the world continue to publish guidelines on monitoring Controlled Room Temperature, cool and ambient pharmaceutical products. Cold Chain IQ will examine how take a risk-based approach to planning your CRT strategy and finding cost-effective packaging and logistics solutions.
Beyond 2-8C: CRT and Ambient
Terrorism, climate change and financial stability are not the only globally-critical areas where there is a huge need for greater co-operation and interaction between independent agencies with common needs and objectives. In a world increasingly characterised by division, alienation and conflict, corporate organisations are being urged to work in a Full Article »
A round up from the attendees and partners on site at the 13th Annual GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum 2015, including the FDA. Full Video »
In this interview cold chain expert Gary Hutchinson, President at Modality Solutions LLC speaks to Andrea Charles from Pharma IQ, about the primary methods of transport for high risk products and the most pressing supply chain issues this year. Hutchinson also shares his insights on shipping products within ambient temperature ranges, logistics in Full Podcast »
In my last article, I mentioned that ambient profiles must be a true representation of the temperature a shipping container experiences during transit from origin to destination sites. Failure to capture realistic temperature conditions in the supply chain will create inefficiencies and increase the risk. In this second article I will describe how ambient profiles should be built and what practices should be avoided. Full Column »
Ahead of the 14th Cold Chain - GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum, Cold Chain IQ looks at the concept of global standardization with risk management in the cold chain. This whitepaper explores supply chain security and validation as they pertain to lane qualification, data monitoring, shipping lanes and stability budgets. Full Whitepaper »