Listen to the New Quick Podcast--Life Science Logistics. A Matter of Technology, Temperature & Time
22 Jul, 2020 by Marie T. Vigliarolo
Of all the logistics required to maintain efficient and exact global supply chains, temperature requirements surely are among the most fascinating and sometimes challenging: Ship something that absolutely must remain as cold as 196 degrees below zero Celsius across the world? Or how about a shipment that can’t go any lower than 15 degrees Celsius while simultaneously and precisely never heating above 25 degrees Celsius? They involve extraordinary logistics planning, tracking the temperature in every step throughout transit and using the latest innovations in packaging and technology.
In this episode of QuickConversations, Paul White, Corporate Executive VP for Quick, covers a wide range of global logistics topics, including how to best maintain the temperature of critical products for the pharma and biotech industries throughout transit. He also discusses best practices for managing a supply chain during a crisis -- from bad weather to Brexit to a global pandemic, and shares his expertise on:
- How to integrate emerging client requirements with new technologies to speed deliveries and improve efficiencies.
- The temperature-controlled logistics solutions needed for maintaining the integrity of your temperature-sensitive shipments door-to-door.
- How to keep global supply chains moving not just during anticipated crises like bad weather or Brexit deadlines, but also when hit with unexpected ones like the coronavirus pandemic.
As Paul has said, “Our goal is to always be customer-focused…and find solutions to deliver our clients critical shipments, no matter what is going on in the world.” You’ll hear more about that customer-centric commitment in this conversation – an approach that today, in these unprecedented times, is more important than ever. You can listen to QuickConversations on our podcast webpage or wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts; Google Play; Overcast; Spotify; and Stitcher.
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