Case Study | December 12, 2013

DHL: Interconnectedness In The Cold Chain

Source: Envirotainer
Thermonet

By Vivian Berni, LifeConEx  

When faced with environmental uncertainties, leveraging a network of trusted partners becomes a critical link in the transportation process for temperature-sensitive medicinal products. The term interconnectedness becomes more relevant than ever before. Because when a group of interconnected people, processes, and machines are synchronized, a resilient network comes to life.

DHL has the most extensive cold chain network moving Envirotainer containers with over 60 carriers, including its own DHL aviation fleet, through nearly 2000 uniquely qualified trade lanes ---a true interconnected network. Through shared values and principles, DHL and Envirotainer have built a successful and longstanding relationship that is committed to product integrity and servicing markets throughout the world.

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