7 distribution hazards and how packaging can help avoid them
This article from Packaging Digest discusses several distribution hazards, including temperature and humidity:
A concern during transportation and storage, materials like food and pharmaceuticals often have specific temperature and humidity requirements that quickly produce adverse effects if not correctly observed. Any items adjacent to these materials can be damaged by moisture transfer from nearby freight that has produced condensation or frozen products that have begun to melt due to improper adherence.
Source: Packaging Digest