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Keeping Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals
Safe and Secure

Video Highlights

  • UPS has an experienced healthcare logistics team to help ensure packages are delivered in optimal condition
  • Specialized packaging and air cargo containers keep products within specified temperature ranges throughout the transportation cycle

It's a Patient, Not a Package

Healthcare manufacturers need to protect their products and provide evidence their products were compliant within a certain temperature range throughout the transportation journey.

Temperature-sensitive shipping specialists Mark Davis and Susan Li discuss UPS’s dedicated healthcare services and technology that help protect the quality and integrity of temperature-sensitive products at every stage of the supply chain. Logistics is about getting the right product to the right place at the right time in the right condition for the best patient outcome.

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