• Procuro Europe


Updated: Jun 12, 2020

Now more than ever, ensuring the safety, quality, and timely delivery of pharmaceutical products to their final destination is a challenging and costly endeavour.

With the tight regulation of supply chain systems, and the global pharmaceutical market expected to reach $1.5 trillion by 2023, pharmaceutical companies have little room for error when it comes to balancing careful cargo monitoring with reasonable cost output.

Utilise Technology For Business Success

There’s no question that these companies face a number of hurdles in maintaining and tracking both the quality and the location of their cargo as it moves through the supply chain. From route and transition connectivity to en-route product quality, time-sensitive operations to environmentally-sensitive assets, real-time monitoring of cargo along the entire supply chain is more critical than ever. Fortunately, new technologies are providing solutions for those pharmaceutical providers ready to turn their supply chain problems into drivers of business success.

PIMM™ RTM manages all of the stages of the delivery process. Dispatch, pre-cooling, staging, first stop in-transit performance, on-time delivery performance, store delivery temps, and so much more. The system provides real-time temp recording, verification and analysis at every delivery stop.

In addition to traditional temperature monitoring (Air Temps), PIMM™ also provides Projected Product Temps or “PIMM™ PPT” which shows the impact of the air temperature on the products.

It is critically important to manage the air temperature so corrective actions can resolve temperature issues before it has a harmful impact on the product temps. PIMM™ PPT allows the user to see the correlation between both air and product temps while in transit.

To schedule your demo presentation call +353896179779 or email sosman@procuro.com