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The pharma industry tends to use sea freight over air-freight to transport medicines as it is cheaper. However the increase in touch points needs to be managed carefully. It seems that the investment inside the warehouse is huge, yet when your cargo leaves the warehouse you are suddenly left in the dark.
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Get your free eBook “Visibility and control in the pharma supply chain”

Every year 0.5 million tons of pharmaceutical products are transported by air, compared to 3,5 million tons by sea. Compliance regulations for tractability are becoming common to improve stability and quality as well as to flight illicit trade and the counterfeit industry. When it comes to the pharmaceutical industry, these problems are exacerbated even further.

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