Warehouse temperature-mapping exercise for healthcare products

31 MARCH, 2020

An air cargo airline process specialist of pharmaceutical handling, GDP (Good Distribution Practices) quality, and AVI (Live Animals) in cool chain and pharmaceutical solutions for a leading Switzerland based airline, is responsible for process development and implementation to ensure pharmaceuticals, perishables and healthcare products are transported in the correct temperature conditions.

Internationally recognized pharmaceutical regulations require distributors of pharmaceutical and healthcare products to align their operations with the GDP standards – a quality assurance system for warehouses and distribution centres of medicinal drugs. In order to help one of their Handling Agents obtain compliance with the standards, the specialist defined the protocol and recommended the use of LogTag TRIX-8 temperature loggers to undertake temperature-mapping exercises in controlled temperature rooms for healthcare products. He had a positive experience using the LogTag TRIX-8 loggers due to the product’s simplicity, its long battery life and the support he received from the LogTag team to ensure his application was successful.

The data from LogTag TRIX-8 logger tests by using the companion LogTag interface cradle and software allowed a smooth and effective collection of data for analysis. Using the LogTag TRIX-8 helped this company obtain the IATA CEIV Pharma certification (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) and meet standards for the airfreight customers’ requirements.

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