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From pharmaceutical manufacturers to logistics providers and global food and beverage brands, the supply chain has been plagued with silos and inefficiencies, leading to product quality issues and billions of dollars' worth of waste annually. Recent fracturing and disruption during COVID-19 exposed longstanding vulnerabilities and the need for supply chains to achieve greater agility and resilience, while simultaneously managing costs. The $300 billion temperature-controlled supply chain is due for change.
Challenges with existing solutions
While passive technologies that help monitor the temperature and quality of goods traveling throughout the global supply chain have existed for years, they have not adequately empowered stakeholders with real-time visibility and mission-critical insights.
Fragmented technologies and information silos cost companies time and resources. Traditionally, supply chain product monitoring technology has been limited to providing post-shipment data after product integrity has already been compromised. Manual data upload and assembly has limited companies to proactively respond to issues, waste reduction, and strategic decision-making.
Waste and environmental impact
The cost of an excursion is not limited to product waste. Enterprises spend tremendous resources conducting post-shipment root cause analyses and manufacturing safety stock due to breakdowns in the temperature-controlled supply chain. These costs add up to tens of millions of dollars annually for a single enterprise.
The environmental impact of global supply chain waste is substantial. In addition to replacement products shipping through supply chains, enterprises can purchase—and dispose—more than 100,000 single or limited-use data loggers every year.
Siloed communication flows
Multiple-sourced data leaves room for error. A lack of real-time integration among various data sources, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), quality management solutions, and track-and trace systems leads to delayed decision-making. While organizations are continuously investing efforts into synchronizing their internal systems, this process often breaks down across supply chains where numerous enterprises are involved.
The new face of digital supply chain technology
As the cold chain industry attempts to streamline supply chains in the midst of new and ever-changing market environments, technology and services will play an increasingly important role in fixing the fragmented system. Real-time technology connects value chain activities, automating workflows, and delivering mission-critical data to stakeholders when it is needed, while reducing waste and ensuring product safety and security. We can now answer, ‘What is happening right now?’ so parties can act on critical information quickly. Moving forward, supply chain stakeholders can leverage gathered business intelligence and data to predictively answer, ‘What will happen?’ Through data and workflow automation businesses can execute planning in an entirely new way.
Our approach to visibility
Controlant’s mission is to deliver value across the end-to-end supply chain by dramatically increasing the visibility of product quality conditions and location, while minimizing waste through a completely new category of automated Cold Chain as a Service® solutions. With roots in monitoring vaccines during the H1N1 pandemic, and now powering COVID-19 vaccine control towers, Controlant has amassed extensive expertise in cold chain logistics.
Using our IoT, cloud-enabled platform analytics, API connectivity, and cost-reducing operational services, companies are achieving cost savings, reducing material losses, and enhancing the reliability of their operations. Controlant is empowering Fortune 500s, global enterprises, and their supply chain logistics stakeholders to achieve greater efficiency by automating business processes and optimizing communication and collaboration through technology.
Mr. Herjolfsson co-founded Controlant and has driven the company's strategy and growth of the company for the last 12 years. He has a Master's in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iceland.
Mr. Brynjulfsson co-founded Controlant and has served as its Chief Technology Officer since 2007, leading all product R&D, design, and development. Mr. Brynjulfsson holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iceland.
Mr. Arnason has served as Controlant’s CFO since 2015. He holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Reykjavik University.
Ms. Karlsdottir has served as Controlant's Quality Officer since 2015. She holds an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Iceland.
Ms. Helgadottir has served as Controlant's Chief Services Officer since 2018. She holds a Master of Project Management (MPM) from the University of Iceland and has 20 years of experience working in the pharmaceutical industry.
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