Cold Chain management starts from vaccine manufacturing down to vaccine administration. Every step is crucial and full of risks including the intermediary steps during transport and delivery. It’s especially the case in temperature control and monitoring wherein the vaccines should be.
From supplier to end-user, each link in the chain incrementally lifts the cost. This increases the final price of the product and also reduces profitability. Aside from the financial costs, time and opportunity costs are also considered. Failure to match supply.
The correct handling and proper transport of temperature sensitive products is becoming more important not because of strict regulations, but because of the need to ensure the integrity of the products and the cold chain. After all, regulations are becoming stricter.
The SpotBot Cellular now has temperature-threshold monitoring, bringing even more supply chain data and transparency to the fingertips of its users. With this additional information accessible anywhere through the SpotSee Cloud, users are able to ensure temperature-sensitive items, particularly in the.
When to accept or reject delivery? This article is about determining if there’s possible mishandling or damage to the items during transit. This is crucial especially when receiving fragile goods and perishable items. For example, you suspect mishandling or temperature deviations.
How to prevent equipment damage during transportation? One ideal way is to make the entire supply chain transparent. To accomplish that, using a reliable real-time monitoring system to track tilt, shock, humidity and temperature during equipment transit. Tracking unacceptable levels.