There are many challenges associated with shipping, from fleet maintenance and driver safety to getting the shipment to where it needs to go, on time and with no damage to the goods. While most packages shipped are able to handle extreme temperature fluctuations, some items—such as food and pharmaceuticals—need to be kept at exact optimal temperatures to avoid spoiling, explosions or leakage. This so-called cold supply chain—consistent temperature-controlled shipping to ...

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