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When shipping perishable products, all of the challenges typically associated with retail supply chain management are magnified because perishable products must be shipped in carefully controlled conditions. With damage rates and shipping costs both on the rise, creating an effective loss prevention strategy centered around visibility is more important than ever for companies shipping perishable products. This article explores both the visibility challenges of perishable shipping and the innovative perishable shipping solutions you can use to overcome these challenges.
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