As 2019 CCGF Canada speaker Nedal Ismail, Professor and Program Coordinator Bachelor of Commerce, Supply Chain Management & Management Studies, The Business School, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, puts it, though "it is not immediately apparent if blockchain will bring an incremental change (i.e. a marginal improvement in existing processes), or a disruptive change (one that will completely change the way the business is conducted), one thing is clear: blockchain stands to transform pharma logistics over the next decade. From enabling increased transparency, security, communication and efficiency, the potential benefits of blockchain seem limitless.
In this in-depth report, we demystify blockchain by shedding light on:
This whitepaper explores:
Across the pharmaceutical supply chain, losses associated with temperature lapses are estimated to be worth £320bn globally. To ensure the profitability of the pharmaceutical industry and patient safety, supply chains must limit the risk of damage to products.
Warehouses are a critical area of risk due to the hectic pace of operations and potential for errors in judgment or processes by workers. To ensure the safe storage and continuity of supply for pharmaceutical products, supply chain leaders must operate with smart warehouse management in mind.
In this report, we cover five areas where a company can improve warehouse operations: