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It’s impossible to read an article today whether it is related to food safety and transportation, or even the drug supply chain, without seeing a mention of Block Chain somewhere on the page, or within the article. It is almost like a new era for the Internet and any other data “carrier” service, but we are assured by the “experts” that it will power the Internet of Things (IOT), and potentially will open doors to many other logistics services applications.
By Peter Norton
Author: Peter Norton
Peter Norton is currently employed as the Business Development Director for DeltaTrak Inc., of Pleasanton CA. His primary areas of expertise relate to Cold Chain and Supply Chain Logistics Solutions, for which he advises clients on processes related to Cold Chain shipping solutions, Risk Assessment, Inventory Management and the emerging new rules and regulations for Cold Chain linked into Track and Trace and e-Pedigree.
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It seems like every time you pick up a trade journal, some company or the other is offering a last mile solution.
Whether this is a special package that has been validated for "x" amount of hours, or a device no different than a basic chemical indicator that will give you a good or bad forensic analysis after the event.
With the fairly recent DQSA (Drug Quality and Security Act), plus new regulations in China for GSP, and the EU for GDP, plus rumors that Japan will be adopting the EU GDP guidelines, it seems that global regulations are becoming harmonized. These regulations are based upon quality, risk mitigation, and the measures taken to prevent adulteration or the counterfeiting of drugs.
With the recently proposed FSMA ruling set forth by the FDA, Deltatrak, Inc. is poised to establish itself within the food industry as a leading cold chain monitoring and solutions-based company. DeltaTrak’s contamination prevention tools and monitoring technology will help handlers, suppliers, and distributors comply with the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Rule's strict guidelines and food safety standards.
By Ray Caron
Author: Ray Caron
Ray joined DeltaTrak in 2010 as Marketing Manager and currently holds the position of Senior Vice President of Marketing, Business Development and Chief Operating Officer of DataMark Inc.
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Within the global logistics supply chain the transportation of cold chain products is generally very highly regulated, with GMP, GDP or even GSP regulations.
Last Wednesday (March 12th) we held our webinar related to new and global supply chain regulations and Risk Assessment and Risk Planning. This webinar was well attended and the majority of those individuals that had registered did attend and listened to the webinar.
In March of 2013 in the EU the EMA introduced a new guideline related to Good Distribution Practices (GDP) and in June of 2013 the Chinese FDA introduced a new guideline related to Good Supply Practices (GSP).