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A unit of measurement formerly used in surveying and still seen in deeds with old property descriptions.One chain equals 66 feet.

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11 January 2018 - Missouri, US-based technology and engineering company Emerson (NYSE: EMR) has closed the acquisition of Connecticut, US-based temperature management and monitoring products manufacturer Cooper-Atkins to complement Emerson's global cold chain business, the company said.
Logistics and Cold Chain, is predominantly divided into different sections including cold storage technology, cold transports such as air cargo, shipping lines, refrigeration systems, parts and maintenance, mobile refrigeration units, reefer trucks and reefer air cargo and other cold chain services.
The cold chain market has grown steadily in the last few years and this trend is projected to continue until 2020.
That certainly mirrors the trends we are seeing towards growth in parenteral delivery forms and medicines requiring strict end-to-end cold chain logistics.
However, surging domestic demand has raised the ante, bringing the celebrated food cold chain enterprise of Amazon and Whole Foods into the picture.
KORE's reliable, seamless network coupled with Cooltrax's cold chain management solutions help provide real-time information for cold chain fleets, as well as fixed assets, allowing for less food waste and increased food safety.
Cold Chain Distribution 2017 will be a one-stop-shop for all cold chain needs, featuring big pharma and exhibitors from every sector of the cold chain process, including material handling, warehousing, construction, supply chain/logistics solutions and transportation providers.
Further, the investments are driven by 100% FDI in the cold chain industry along with various incentives on cold storage set up supporting destination companies in their expansion and facilitation to expand the footprints in the market.
We interviewed the staff responsible for vaccine storage and cold chain maintenance and used a checklist to assess cold chain maintenance of routine expanded programme on immunisation vaccines.
That is why today's cold chain is the ultimate game changer for healthcare.
Nevertheless, it has a poor cold chain which results in supply chain losses of food and other resources.
Cold chain is defined as the system of storage and transportation of vaccine at the recommended temperature from the point of manufacture to the point of use.