The report, an updated and far more analytical version of our popular 2011 study, found that vaccines are highly temperature sensitive and must be stored and transported at well defined temperatures. The ideal storage and transportation temperatures of vaccines range from 2-8°C. Any failure in the cold chain distribution of vaccines can render them useless and even worse can lead to serious health problems to the patient that is being administered that drug. Cold chain breaks in the storage and transportation of vaccines in the past has led to their huge wastage in various immunization programmes. It is estimated that around 25% of all vaccines arrive at their final destination in a degraded state.
The study, that has been undertaken using both desk based and qualitative primary market research, has analyzed three aspects of the global healthcare cold chain logistics market. The first aspect involves the quantification of the global market for temperature sensitive healthcare products into three major classes and evaluation of the current and future opportunities in each of these classes. The second aspect involves an in-depth understanding on the global healthcare cold chain distribution process and logistic requirements for various temperature sensitive healthcare products. The third aspect involves the quantification of the global healthcare cold chain logistic services market and a comprehensive evaluation of its various segments.
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