The benefits of a cloud-based monitoring

London, UK: A white paper from ColdChainIQ.com, the network for bio/pharma professionals in temperature controlled logistics, examines the cold chain logistics challenges encountered by globalization and a highly complex regulatory environment.

The paper surveys existing solutions in the pharmaceuticals industry as well as innovative, scalable solutions enabled by cloud-based service enablement platforms.

“Technology and globalization have improved cooperation and cohesion of the global community, making the relative distance between regions smaller while the physical distances remain a challenge. For the transportation sector, reliable worldwide distribution of goods has never been more essential,” says ColdChainIQ.

“To ensure that cargo does not become damaged or compromised throughout the distribution journey, businesses are increasingly relying on sophisticated cold chain monitoring technology to help manage delivery of the highest quality goods.”

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