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Rutges Cargo launches ‘controlled’ product


Rutges Cargo has combined its security transport, control and visibility systems, temperature-controlled vehicle fleet and European network to launch a new product for pharmaceutical distribution.
The ‘controlled’ product has been developed around the specific requirements of the world’s leading healthcare companies, according to Jason Breakwell, Rutges Cargo’s commercial manager. “The transportation market for temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals continues to grow even in these challenging times, driven by regulatory and product demands such as the increase in the number of biotech products that need temperature control,” he says. 
Rutges Cargo’s new service for pharmaceutical shipments builds on a series of the company’s capabilities. Its modern and increasing environment-friendly vehicle fleet enables active temperature monitoring with on-line tracking and excursion alarms. Multiple temperature range trucks mean a single vehicle can transport shipments with different characteristics, including products that have to be controlled in 2-8°C and 15-25°C environments. Rutges also operates compartment trailers that can separate shipments by temperature requirements and temperature-controlled small vans for smaller shipments and urgent deliveries.  
The ‘controlled’ product adheres to both Good Distribution Practise and client prescribed Standard Operating Procedures.  
Jason Breakwell adds: “We are offering a validated and controlled European delivery process that protects the quality and integrity of the products we carry. This process is specifically designed for high value and temperature sensitive products and our methods comply with the Good Cold Chain Management Practices (GCCMP) and TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association) security standards.  
“In the past 2-3 years, we have made a significant investment in our temperature-controlled vehicle fleet, developed risk-specific modular security solutions designed to prevent loss and damage, established information systems to provide ‘real time’ vehicle tracking and monitoring, and personnel training. This means we can now offer healthcare companies an innovative approach to reduce costs and add value for the distribution of their products throughout Europe, supported by operational excellence and constant improvement.”

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