A successful logistics plan can help an organization gain traction in a variety of ways. From boosting local sales to boosting exports and opening doors to new markets throughout the world, we've got you covered. Managers of cold chain logistics have the same opportunity, but they must also evaluate and meet a slew of other requirements.
Chemicals, Seafood, Food and Beverages, Pharmaceuticals products such as vaccines, require temperature-controlled conditions from manufacturing through consumption, and at every step in between. Maintaining temperature uniformity, throughout transit is difficult.
According to a recent study of the $76 billion global pharmaceutical logistics transportation sector, more than 30% of packages arrive damaged or spoiled at their destination.
Communication devices allow for real-time decision-making when a product is in route nowadays. Hands-free linked devices powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) deliver a variety of information about elements like route, motion, refrigerated unit function, and door openings. The aggregation and analysis of this data provide visibility that can aid in determining the core causes of temperature performance trends and patterns.
You can use IoT to monitor the environment, such as a cold store, vehicle, or distribution hall, and use temperature trackers to track the load. IoT is evolving at a breakneck speed. As a result, IoT solutions are becoming not just better and more reliable, but also more affordable.
In this On-Demand Webinar, hosted by the UK Cold Chain Federation, experts from Innominds highlighted the key points below:
Shane is the Chief Executive Officer at the Cold Chain Federation which leads the UK temperature controlled logistics industry. Food safety is Cold Chain Federation's top priority and they are the first line of defence against food waste and it’s negative impact on climate change. Shane leads the team, having joined the Federation in July 2018. He is an experienced lobbyist and campaigner. Shane has worked in membership organisations across the food industry and brings a track record of running influencing campaigns that make a positive difference.
Anil Katakam is an IT industry executive with extensive global experience, skilled at driving results through creativity and accountability in performance-oriented cultures. As COO of Innominds, Anil has direct responsibility for the company’s daily operations and crafting efficient and effective operation systems for the organization. He also oversees Innominds’ efforts to maintain and expand its robust growth in various verticals.
Sairam Vedam is the Chief Marketing Officer at Innominds, a full cycle platform-led AI-first specialist software product engineering services company that helps enterprises and ISVs unlock the power of digital, working to drive their Digital Next initiatives. Sairam brings 20+ years of overall industry experience with a deep understanding of technologies, solutions and IP-led software services offerings. He was recognised and awarded by BBC Knowledge Series, CMO Asia, World Marketing Congress and Enterprise IT, Paul Writer from 2014-19 for demonstrating impactful global marketing leadership consistently for the last 7 years and is an external advisor with Bain&Co one of the world's leading consulting firms.
Harmeet is a Senior Solutions Architect and Supply Chain Technologist, part of Innominds Solutions Engineering team. He is an Azure Certified Solutions Architect with expertise in Application Design and Architecture, IoT solutions, IaaS, and PaaS services for private and public cloud. Harmeet heads the IoT based Cold Chain Platform and Solution developed by Innominds which helps solve business problems related to Supply Chain and Cold Chain Logistics. In the past, he has delivered complex enterprise applications that have won awards in forums like PC Quest and Data Quest.