Newsletter | January 16, 2020

01.16.20 -- Considerations For Biologic Supply Chain Management

 
The Importance Of Inventory Management: Do You Know Where Your Samples Are?
 

With the exciting advances in research and drug development, the importance of sample management has never been higher. If you have ever experienced sample management mishaps, we ask: Do you know where your samples are? In this article we’ll explore some of the common causes of inventory mismanagement and best practices to guard against sample loss and near misses.

Storing Biologics At Nontraditional Temperatures
 

Maintaining the appropriate storage temperature of biological material is critical for downstream use. However, due to the complexity of this material and its sensitivity to temperature we are seeing an increase in nontraditional storage temperature requests. In this article, we’ll explore some of the reasons why this is occurring and the associated challenges.

Off-Site Storage Of Biological Specimens And Biologics For Risk Mitigation
 

Choosing an off-site storage facility means asking the right questions to determine if the storage provider has the appropriate risk mitigation infrastructure in place, beginning with a realistic threat assessment.

10 Things You Should Know About Dry Shippers Before Shipping High-Value Biologics
 

This infographic offers insight into the 10 most important things to consider when shipping high-value biologics in dry shippers. Learn about data loggers, temperature holds, orientation, shipping racks, and more.