As pharmaceutical companies develop more complex biological-based medicines, as opposed to chemical-based medicines, the shipments of hormone treatments, vaccines, and complex proteins that require cold chain refinements will be on the rise. The transportation and delivery of temperature-controlled pharmaceutical products and medical devices is a fast-growing part of the overall healthcare logistics industry. With an increasing globalization of pharmaceutical logistics and growth in products & medical devices, a more detailed

  This post was first published on LinkedIn Pulse on October 5th, 2015 The complexities of pharmaceutical products are increasing, including those that require temperature sensitive storage and transportation. Growing complexity often means increased product value too. This places urgency on pharmaceutical companies to manage their cold supply chain properly as to avoid dangerous risks of temperature variances as well as consequences that can come from these risks. The need to

  This post was first published on LinkedIn Pulse on September 26th, 2015 SenseGeni Tempo is a Smartphone-based disposable temperature monitoring solution for cold chain logistics. It incorporates state-of-the-art IoT sensors, synced with a mobile app and cloud technology. “Get real-time temperatures of all shipment goods with SenseGeni Tempo” Tempo tags your products and with the SenseGeni app, see real-time temperatures from time of order, up to the time of

  This post first appeared on LinkedIn pulse on September 19th, 2015 An effective and well-managed cold chain supply line is imperative to a pharmaceutical company and its consumers. Because the smallest change in temperature can adversely affect a product and cause a ripple effect in the supply line, managing the cold chain supply line properly is key. According to Pharma Pro, “If drug quality is compromised by exposure to