DHL launches track and trace app for pharma industry

DHL Global Forwarding has launched its new LifeTrack mobile app that will provide life science and healthcare customers with updates on the status of their shipments.
The app, which links to DHL’s online cold chain tracking and management platform of the same name, alerts customers to any in-transit issues – such as temperature excursions, and instant support through round-the-clock access to the DHL team.

David Bang, global head of DHL Temperature Management Solutions and chief executive of its LifeConEx business, said: “With the LifeTrack app we meet our customers’ need for increased visibility and convenient access to the main features of our browser version, while on the go.
“Our mobile application provides customers with immediate overview of the most critical information, such as temperatures, interventions and shipment resolutions, all in an intuitive mobile design.”
Once logged in, the application shows shipment details including routing, movement milestones and potential interventions.
Upon completion of key logistical events or detection of potential irregularities, the app informs the user and also provides details about measures taken where required.
The LifeTrack app is available on the regular and official app stores for the different platforms: 
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lifetrack-mobile/id945708247?mt=8
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lifeconex.lifetrack1
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