10 Best Practices in Cold Chain Management
The heat is on: Proactive cold chain planning minimizes supply chain issues
For shipping and logistics managers tasked with cold chain management, the heat is on like never before.
Overcoming supply challenges is enough to test anyone’s mettle. As someone entrusted with packing and distributing temperature-sensitive foods and medicines the world depends on, you face even more pressure from strict temperature requirements, shifting regulations, and scrutiny from regulatory agencies.
The global cold chain logistics market is expected to top $410 billion annually by 2028—a 65% increase since the onset of the pandemic.
Meeting the ever-growing need for transporting perishable goods—safely and efficiently—requires consistent investment in tracking technology and cold chain infrastructure. Strategic partnerships can play an integral part in cold chain management to help maximize that investment.
This white paper provides a closer look at cold chain management, why it’s important, and the many processes involved in ensuring efficient operations for those who rely on an uninterrupted cold chain. We also present several challenges facing cold supply chains—and offer 10 best practices for overcoming them.
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- Learn what cold chain management is, and why it is critically important to shipping and logistics professionals
- Deep dive into the seven steps required by a successful cold chain management process
- Understand the challenges faced by industries who require strict cold chain management
- Ten best practices you can follow to ensure the safety of all your cold chain shipments