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Why You Need to Consider Technology When Shipping Time-Critical Human Organs

When you’re an Organ Procurement Organization (OPO), the consequences of a delayed or failed time-critical delivery can be the difference between life and death. In Airspace’s latest white paper, we detail the shocking statistics and various scenarios that can occur when time-critical deliveries, specifically organs for transplant, are mismanaged. One of the biggest causes of delayed shipments is the lack of speed, visibility, and timeliness in the industry today. Here, we will take a closer look at how faster driver dispatch times and transparency assist in the successful deliveries of viable organs for transplant.

How We Transport Time-Critical Shipments During Unprecedented Weather Conditions

Spring is officially here, but we still aren’t clear from the stormy weather in certain areas around the United States. The weather plays a significant role in the successful deliveries of time-critical shipments. It helps to have stable conditions that are easy to adapt to in order to ensure a smooth shipping process. While there is no way to prevent unforeseen weather conditions from taking place, there are ways to continue transporting shipments experiencing delays. Many courier companies close down their operations and facilities in the event of a storm, however Airspace works relentlessly to assist those who are unable to send and receive their time-sensitive packages such as organs for transplant, medical specimens, and COVID-19 tests and vaccines.

How Your Parcel Shipments Get Misrouted

As more businesses ship goods around the globe, there is a major concern over misrouting. If you are a shipper, the last thing you want is to have your shipments misrouted. This means your customers will have to wait longer for the error to be rectified.  This can lead to a bad reputation in your industry and a loss of business.

Weather Got You Down? Can't Relate...

Yes, there’s going to be weather

In shipping, delays due to the winter freezes or spring storms are normal and completely understandable. But, what happens when you are shipping a kidney instead of the shorts you ordered?

In Healthcare, Next Flight Out Makes All The Difference

When managing medical logistics, every minute matters. This is especially true in the medical courier business when an organ or blood donation needs to be delivered across the county or even to a neighboring state.

42,000 new aircraft provide an opportunity to ship faster and save costs

Over the next 20 years, Airbus and Boeing, predict the Aerospace industry to grow by 4-4.9% annually. Projections of the global fleet of passenger and cargo aircraft demonstrate growth from just over 23,000 to over 48,000 units by the end of 2037. This growth will be supplemented by an addition of up to 42,000 new aircraft to replace older models and increase the global fleet of passenger and cargo aircraft. With the anticipation of new builds, the aerospace industry is evaluated to increase to a $7.9 trillion market while providing businesses with an opportunity to transport their goods faster, safer and at a lower cost than previously possible.

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