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Clinical Trials in South America will continue to grow in Logistics Blog

83110_30049_0.jpgLatin America is going through a new era of growth and the global air cargo carriers are first hand witnesses of the regional economic expansion. Even despite the recent recession, the transportation industry has been noticing an increase in airfreight volumes, including pharmaceuticals, transported to the continent. As IATA reported, airfreight-related growth in Latin America for the first half of 2010 was 60.2%, while the worldwide growth showed only half that amount.

It is no secret that the Latin American market has been a target of the pharma companies for quite a while now. The region has been very popular among sponsors due to various reasons:


How to avoid the lengthy FDA holds in Logistics Blog

When importing pharmaceutical materials and compounds into the USA, we all (carriers and importers alike) have experienced the frustration of unexpected and sometimes lengthy FDA holds. While it's impossible to avoid the inspection process, there are things that an importer and shipper can do to reduce the risk of significant delay. This article will give you some pointers on how to avoid lengthy FDA holds by giving you some tips for completing  documentation and choosing your service partners and packaging materials. Read more...

5 Tips for Successful Cold Chain Logistics in Logistics Blog

Cold chain shipments often have to be transported to the obscure parts of the world under strictly controlled temperature conditions. Here are some tips on how to make the shipping logistics process reliable and successful: