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February 6, 2024

Introducing SkyMind: More than SECURE

Our supply chain operating system, formerly known as SECURE, will now be known as SkyMind and extended to multiple industries.

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Maximizing Efficiency and Minimizing Waste
January 27, 2024

Maximizing Efficiency and Minimizing Waste: Reducing Environmental Impact in Cold Chain Logistics

In today's world, where our environment is facing significant problems, it's crucial to act swiftly to prevent future crises caused by pollution and damage to nature. At Skycell, we understand the seriousness of this situation, and we're dedicated to taking prompt and well-thought-out actions in response.

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January 27, 2024

The Role of Temperature Monitoring in Pharma Cold Chain Logistics

Pharma cold chain logistics is strictly linked to temperature monitoring. After all, this is the transportation of temperature-susceptible products. Therefore, it is crucial to control and overview temperature at all times – otherwise the products might become unusable. But, what exactly is the role of temperature monitoring in pharma cold chain, and what solutions can be used to ensure the products’ safety? Please read this article if you desire to learn the answers.

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SkyMind partners with Air France KLM Martinair Cargo
January 27, 2024

SkyCell partners with Air France KLM Martinair Cargo for ULD tracking and visibility

SkyCell is the chosen ULD tracking partner for Air France KLM Martinair Cargo, marking a groundbreaking partnership. Our IoT-driven SkyMind platform brings real-time visibility, enhancing operational efficiency and cost savings. With a focus on revolutionizing the airline industry, our collaboration aims to address ULD challenges and optimize cargo movement.

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January 27, 2024

Gain complete end-to-end visibility over your supply chain: why both S-data and O-data are needed

During the past two decades, the value of pharmaceutical goods traded globally has grown sixfold, from $113 billion in 2000 to $629 billion in 2019¹. As a result of this growth, supply chains have become increasingly global and complex, with current regulations being too focused on managing a ‘black box’ without visibility on the status of the shipment.