Temperature Management – Keep Your Cool

Apr 11, 2017

The industry is experiencing an increase in sensitive and sophisticated pharmaceutics, and the compliance with new regulations governing temperature control during processing, storage and transport is on the increase. Any deviation outside the drug stability parameters can have a negative impact on the safety of a patient, which is of significant concern to pharmaceutical companies and regulators alike. In the following editorial, Heather Bogle, Supply Chain Solutions Manager, Almac Group, highlights temperature management in the pharmaceutical supply chain. ...

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Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference – A Meeting of Minds

Apr 11, 2017

At the end of January 2017, Cecilia Stroe, staff editor of IPI, attended the Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference in London, and learned that a business is only as successful as its supply chain; exactly as the saying goes. In its 16th year and held in London for the first time ever, on January 31st and February 1st 2017, the Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference brought together at the ExCel Centre more than 500 life science professionals keen to tackle inefficiency out of the supply chain. ...

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How do Kelvin Hours Help with Assessing the “Thermal Challenge” to Create a Standard Version of Performance in Temperature- controlled Packaging?

Jan 8, 2016

With the ever-evolving developments in the biopharmaceutical industry, there has never been a greater need for assured reliability when it comes to the transportation of pharmaceutical payloads, and the guaranteed robustness of temperature-controlled packaging is proving ever more vital. The main angle of the following white paper is temperature-controlled packaging by Richard Wood, Design Manager at Peli BioThermal. ...

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Effecting Change in the R&D Supply Chain to Deliver Value in the Industr y

Jan 8, 2016

As we enter a new phase of growth by 2020, some key decisions need to be taken to ensure that the pharmaceutical industry remains stable and continues to take advantage of growth and profit opportunities offered to it in the coming years. Whilst pharma development in the bid to advance human health is seen as one of the most research-intensive activities cross-industries, the pace of change is slow and the timely adoption of new technologies and ideas is potentially one of its biggest opportunities to counteract some of the challenges it faces. Cathy O’Brien, Industry Marketing Director at TNT, deals ...

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