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Cold Chain: Ascending Temperature Labels for Medical Devices

Medical Device Cold Chain Case study 

Objective 

Ensure that a prosthesis used in lumbar spine surgery is not exposed to temperatures exceeding 60°C from the time it leaves the manufacturing facility until it is used in the operating room. 133 more words

Healthcare Labels And Packaging

An opportunity for an insight into Queensland's largest port

A rare site tour opportunity:

We are delighted that the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) will host an afternoon site-tour for AusIntermodal conference attendees on the 9th September. 312 more words

Maritime & Transport

B2B eCommerce Changes Supply Chain Management and Operations

B2B ecommerce is short for business to business electronic commerce. It refers to the selling of products and services between businesses through an online sales portal. 427 more words

Blog

Accessing training funds will get you on the Government's radar

Act now to showcase your organisation’s growth by accessing training funds and you will get onto the Federal Government’s radar for potential future funding.

This was the compelling advice given to our supply chain community this week during an exclusive… 357 more words

Training

Banking is changing: Winners, losers and the new ecosystem

Now it is happening – banking is changing.

Much more interesting than change, per se, is improvement, and improvement is what we will get in banking of the future and the new ecosystem it will yield. 558 more words

Banking And Capital Markets

SUPPLY CHAIN DISASTER IN BD.

Bangladesh’s forwarders call for more charter flights amidst capacity shortage

Bangladesh-based freight forwarders are calling for the government to speed up the approval of cargo charter flights as they face an airfreight capacity shortage. 477 more words

AIR CARGO

Maria Franksen

Title: Member of the Management Board, Production & Supply Chain Manager
Company: Stena Steel
Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

Initially, Maria Franksen became involved in her profession because she saw movement in the supply chain field and knew it was where she could succeed. 206 more words

Leadership