We’ve heard some of the shortcomings of pharma logistics, but what happens when things really go wrong?
James Strachan |
Stan Wraight: The very first use of air cargo for biomedicals, and the atrocious incidents that occurred in their transportation, was a disaster. It came about because the airlines in the beginning were unaware of what was required, largely because of a lack of communication between airlines, shippers and consignees. Millions of dollars were lost, and one can only imagine the number of potential lives that were lost as a result of those medicines not reaching patients.
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