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Cargo Service Center launches real-time temp tracking app TURANT

February 12, 2021: The Indian air cargo ground handling company Cargo Service Center on Thursday announced the launch of its real-time temperature tracking application ‘TURANT’ to help customers monitor their pharmaceutical shipments with ease.

CSC has initiated to temperature mapping of its pharma excellence centre in Mumbai International Airport. The temperature of the terminal is being monitored electronically and is sent to cloud and them to all devices including mobile.
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CSC has initiated to temperature mapping of its pharma excellence centre in Mumbai International Airport. The temperature of the terminal is being monitored electronically and is sent to cloud and them to all devices including mobile.

February 12, 2021: The Indian air cargo ground handling company Cargo Service Center on Thursday announced the launch of its real-time temperature tracking application ‘TURANT’ to help customers monitor their pharmaceutical shipments with ease.

TURANT is a Hindi word which means ‘immediate’.

CSC has initiated to temperature mapping of its pharma excellence centre in Mumbai International Airport. The temperature of the terminal is being monitored electronically and is sent to cloud and them to all devices including mobile. By selecting the Airport and entering the airway bill the shipment will become visible for customers.

Pramod Pereira, assistant general manager, quality training & procedures, Cargo Service Center India, said, “What we give you through the application is not only the status of the airway bill but also the temperature is recorded at every event and it visible to you at the comfort of your home and offices anywhere right on your mobile phone.”

Tushar Jani, chairman, Cargo Service Center, said, “It is iconic that we all are meeting during the era of Covid-19 pandemic. All stakeholders in the supply chain showed agility and resiliency to deliver even during the tough times. We never realised that in seven years we would touch the lives of many people. Till today we have already touched the lives of four billion people and by 2036 we are going to touch the lives of 25 billion people. We are happy to be associated with the Indian pharmaceutical industry weather it is hydroxychloroquine or Covid-19 vaccines.”

Manoj Singh, senior vice president & head – cargo, Mumbai International Airport (MIAL), said, “Pharmaceuticals constitute 37 percent of Mumbai Airport’s total cargo. We handled 32 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines of which 20 million was transported to 20 countries and 12 million was moved to 30 different domestic destinations. It just shows the commitment of all stakeholders involved with the Mumbai Airport.”

Satish Lakkaraju, chief commercial officer, Agility Logistics India, said, “This is truly important information every cargo shipper is looking for. Pharmaceutical shippers want to make sure how safe is my cargo. Indian is the largest provider of generic drugs globally. Indian pharmaceutical industry supplies 50 percent of global demand for different vaccines along with 25 percent. Indian pharmaceutical exports include bulk drugs, intermediaries, drug formulations, biologicals, Ayush and herbal products. As of November 2020, Indian pharmaceutical exports are worth $15.86 billion in FY21. Which means the industry is growing at a fast pace. The domestic market is also surging.”

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