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Ahead of Cool Logistics Global 2021, taking place online 19 – 21 October, news from our Bronze sponsor the Port of Antwerp.
Life sciences and Healthcare products require specific handling during distribution, which is laid down in the GDP (Good Distribution Practice) guidelines. Port of Antwerp has translated this for a maritime setting, making it the first port in the world to operate under the standard of the European GDP rules throughout the logistics chain.
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