PharmaBoardroom today releases its new 23-page special report on global pharma logistics
As pharmaceutical and biotech products become more complex and the markets they serve more diverse, the healthcare logistics and distribution industry has had to consistently innovate and evolve to meet the needs of its clients. This report focuses on how this important niche has evolved and what the future holds through interviews with some of the fields key players in regions as diverse as Switzerland, Greece, Austria, Singapore, Turkey, the Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg and France.
Key topics discussed within the report include the growing importance of cold-chain solutions; drone delivery and its potential uses in healthcare logistics; the evolution of demand and the future direction of the industry; Singapore as Asia’s pharma logistics hub; and the impact of Chinese investment in the Port of Piraeus in Greece.
The report features in-depth interviews with:
- Matthias Suhr, EuroAirport Switzerland
- Marc Hasler, Swiss Post
- Bart Coenen and Vincent Coolen, DB Schenker Netherlands
- Carolina Galicia, World Courier AmerisourceBergen Mexico
- Nil Tunaşar, Transorient, Turkey
“More products require temperature-sensitive transport than ever before… we expect this need to further gain in importance as biotech treatments already represent around 20 percent of the total products sold within the global pharmaceutical market.”
Carolina Galicia, World Courier Amerisource Bergen Mexico
“In terms of evolving needs, cold chain logistics has become extremely prominent; demand for these services is growing consistently.”
Leonora Lim, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation Singapore
“We envisage promising uses and a wide array of differentiated applications for drones”
Jan Denecker, UPS Europe
“Some high-ranked senior logistics executives from pharma companies have commented that the Luxair Cargo Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Hub is the best pharma and logistics hub they have seen in Europe”
Hendrik Kühne, Luxembourg Pharmaceutical Association (APL)
Click here to register and download the report.