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World Courier tackles the last mile challenge

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The global pharmaceutical industry will have spent more than $10 billion on cold chain logistics in 2015, getting products and clinical trial supplies into pharmacies and hospitals all over the world.  Millions of miles have been travelled under the GxP regulations with every consignment controlled. Then the dreaded moment comes as we enter the “last mile”. Despite all the efforts to ensure correct storage conditions en route, the package will be handed to site staff or to the patient.  Is this the point all our collective efforts are in vain? Read more...


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