Supply Chain Tracking for Temperature Sensitive Life Science Products - Cold Chain IQ Survey Results 2012
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Maintaining the supply chain integrity of life science products is an important issue not only for the manufacturers, but also for public health, as a result tracking technologies, such as RFID and GPS have become increasingly utilised.
In the Supply Chain Tracking and Sensing for Temperature Sensitive Life Science Products 2012 survey, Cold Chain IQ explores the concerns of key stakeholders in the temperature controlled supply chain and looks at global trends for securing the supply chain, protecting products and ensuring quality during distribution.
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