by Ashley Barey
I ASKED QUALITY EXPERTS FROM A 3PL, MANUFACTURER AND PACKAGING PROVIDER TO SHARE HOW THEY’VE UPHELD THE HIGHEST STANDARDS DURING PERIODS OF IMMENSE DISRUPTION. THEIR PRACTICES ARE INDEED BEST PRACTICES TO REPLICATE.
They say the only constant is change, but I contend that quality can remain constant during periods of change as well. Other supply chain experts agree, especially those with extensive cold chain experience, including:
• Mary Koenen, Vice President of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at Cold Chain Technologies
• Sean Merrill, Head of Quality at Langham Logistics
• Steve Feldman, who oversees Quality and Regulatory Compliance for the six manufacturing locations servicing Zebra’s Supplies division
All three quality experts have decades of experience in commercial supply chains across the life sciences, medical device, automotive, aerospace and defense sectors. They have learned what effective quality practices look like, experienced the challenges of maintaining quality control amidst disruptive events, and successfully sustained the quality of their companies’ operations and products to customers’ benefit.
That’s why I invited them to join me for the latest roundtable discussion about effective change management in cold chains:
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