Pharma Logistics IQ presents a list of trade groups supporting the stakeholders tasked with transporting and distributing medicines.
The FDA has published draft guidance proposing a 12 month grace period on the enforcement of November’s DSCSA requirements. Even still the industry should continue serialization projects to secure supply chains ahead of 2017's deadline.
Jeremy Cress, Director Of Operations at Fibrocell Science looks at the transportation of cell and gene therapies, which are known for their short expiration time. Logistics professionals need to get the supply chain right every time. This presents new challenges as companies scale up from supplying small populations to supplying for hundreds and thousands of patients.
Javier Gomez-Contreras Supply Chain BGx LATAM of GSK examines the prospects for vaccine distribution as the industry serves the rise
The complex, evolving, immature and increasingly resource-constrained area of serialization means that the risk of significant supply interruptions is high. Expert Andrew Love presents six of his key learnings in this area.
Following years of FDA inspections, the US authority has ordered one pharma manufacturerd to halt operations and a distributor to cease distributing unapproved drugs.
Catherine Coppage, Supply Chain Planner of Personalized Medicines at Kiadis Pharma and a logistics expert from one of the top 10 in Big Pharma look at how cold chain processes need to adapt for the fast-changing frontier of personalized medicine.
Amazon has disrupted retail, changed perceptions on online groceries and has redefined logistics and last mile delivery. Pharma logistics expert Cathy Robertson examines the prospect of Amazon entering the US prescription drug retail indus
Essentra is dealing with the issue to protect brand identity, to guarantee that consumers receive genuine products and to comply with new legislation.
Essentra is taking a multilayered approach to Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting from tamper verification to serialisation and track-and-trace measures.