Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s cargo department, Schiphol Cargo, has released an e-book to help pharma logistics managers succeed at business.
The e-book, titled “Vision Pharma Logistics 2020: Insights and practical advice” is the result of interviews with seven pharma and logistics experts. The interviewees talk about the opportunities and pitfalls of pharma transportation, as well as giving advice on supply chains up to 2020.
Schiphol Cargo business development director, Bart Pouwels: “Today’s pharma logistics professionals face a market in the midst of major change and innovation. Pharma supply chains have grown highly complex due to multiple factors, including market expansion on both the supply and demand sides, and more stringent product quality requirements.”
The experts interviewed were uniQure supply chain manager, Rinus Govers; Konica Minolta Medical supply chain manager Europe, Middle East and Africa, Judith Schut; Dyzle chief executive officer, Rene Tjong Tjin Tai; DHL Global Forwarding LifeConEx global head of network and quality, Nina Heinz; Watson Pharma vice president supply chain and procurement, Ryan Viegas; Air France KLM Martinair director product market group pharmaceutical logistics, Renate de Walle; and SGS Netherlands lead auditor, Antoinette van Kempen.
The e-book is free and can be downloaded here