Master the Cold Chain by Using Modern Temperature Loggers
Cold chains require proactive planning to minimize potential supply chain issues.
From small produce shippers to global vaccine manufacturers, companies with temperature-controlled freight must ensure product protection at all times throughout their cold chain.
Shippers need to assure that their time-sensitive shipments are delivered on time—without incurring damage or spoilage. But cold chain shippers are no strangers to disappointment: when products are rejected due to high-temperature readings, it usually results in costly penalties, product loss, time-consuming insurance claims, and potential damage to the relationships between the transportation provider and the customer.
This white paper helps you master the cold chain, and introduces shippers to the elements involved in cold chain custody. It also offers information regarding the essential role and features that modern temperature loggers provide companies in the logistics industry.
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- Learn about the five key elements that make up a cold chain, as well as some common characteristics shared by all cold chain shippers
- Read about why it is important for shippers to protect their products and their cold chain as much as possible to minimize risks during transportation
- Understand how modern temperature loggers provide logistics managers with the peace of mind—and quality assurance—they deserve with every shipment