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Transporting Lithium Batteries by Air: Updated Guidelines And Resources in Logistics Blog

In the world of Dangerous Goods Regulation (DGR) changes and updates are constant. And this year is no exception. If you are a shipper of lithium batteries, there are several resources you’ll want to be familiar with. Read more...

VIDEO: Overcoming The Complexities Of The Personalized Medicine Supply Chain in Logistics Blog

Ensuring security, viability, and safety for every patient Read more...

In Personalized Medicine Logistics, Technology = Transparency and Scalability in Logistics Blog

Supply Chain Complexity Requires Sophisticated IT Systems to Synchronize the Process Read more...

Preparing for Brexit - The Quick Group Preparation Plan in Logistics Blog

In preparation for Brexit, The Quick Group formulated a team of our industry and subject matter experts to assess all possible outcomes scenarios, and the impact on our customers, as well as our organization. Extensive contingency planning and preparations have been made to manage and ensure the continuity of our service and minimize supply chain risks. Read more...

Cord Blood Stem Cells Changing the Landscape of Human Healthcare in Logistics Blog

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African Swine Fever Outbreak in Belgium to Affect Laboratory Goods Shipped to Australia in Logistics Blog

The confirmation of an African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in Belgium — and its potential threat to the European market — caused Australian authorities to make changes on import regulations for pig meat and commodities such as laboratory goods containing or potentially contaminated with pig material (porcine). Read more...

Plastic and Thermo Cool Products Made from Plastic Banned in India in Logistics Blog

The Environment Department of the Government of Maharashtra has issued a ban on plastic products, as of June 23, 2018, under "Notification No.Plastic-2018/C.R. No.24/TC-4." Maharashtra is India's second-largest state with a population of more than 100 million. Read more...

C02 Supply Crisis Hits Europe -- Limiting Availability of Dry Ice in Logistics Blog

A raw gas sourcing issue in Northern and Continental Europe is affecting the availability of dry ice, commonly used to maintain the temperature of life science specimens and products. All major suppliers of liquid CO have been impacted by the raw gas sourcing issues, which is expected to last throughout June. Read more...

Change for Importing Medical Devices Into Chile — New Documentation Required in Logistics Blog

Effective July 02, 2018, the import of medical devices into Chile will require a new document from the ISP (Instituto Salud Publica-Public Health Institute.) The document, named CDA, can be processed online from the ISP platform, and when approved, will visible to both the importer (CRO/CRA and local laboratories) and the customs office. Read more...

QuickSTAT France Received IATA CEIV Pharma Certification for Pharmaceutical Handling, Transport and Logistics in Logistics Blog

QuickSTAT France has received the CEIV Pharma certification by IATA. The certification proves that QuickSTAT's Control Tower in France meets the highest service and quality standards developed by IATA and pharmaceutical Industry for the handling, transportation and logistics of pharmaceutical goods.

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