Going green is moving from a clichéd corporate phrase to simply the way business is run. Companies around the globe continue to make significant investments in sustainability that benefit not only the environment, but also the customers they serve. What does green mean for specialty logistics — and why does it matter for your supply chain? World Courier explores a few of the most critical questions shippers are asking when it comes to eco-friendly innovation.
It’s no secret that sustainability is largely driven by reductions in a company’s carbon footprint. And for transport providers, fuel consumption is perhaps the most challenging component of green initiatives. Air transport, by nature, puts a strain on the environment that shippers may not be able to overcome when transporting products with time and temperature constraints across continents. World Courier discusses the factors involved in Going Green and how sustainability and specialty transport can go hand-in-hand?
Getting a clinical trial drug into China is a complex business. Any discrepancies in paperwork or the physical shipment can lead to delays at customs or China Inspection & Quarantine. World Courier shares its experience for successful shipping.
Down at the base of Africa is a country with amazing heritage, unique geography, and challenging patient populations. See why clinical trials happen in South Africa here
In globalising the pharmaceutical industry oversight and control has increasingly become a challenge in managing product quality, consumer safety and organisational risk.
Once deficiencies in the supply chain are identified, how can the pharmaceutical industry ensure it manages product quality, consumer safety and organizational risk?
Southeast Asia is a growing pharmaceutical market, with a population of 620 million. What opportunities are there for multinational companies to access this rich area?