Seko Logistics MedTec deploys rapid response infrastructure


Seko Logistics MedTec has established a rapid response team to facilitate the smooth running of medical global supply chains in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

China is ramping up their medical production as industry slowly comes back to life, but Seko is encouraging all medical aid and relief manufacturers or respirators, ventilators, gloves, masks gowns and other PPE to make contact immediately to begin planning for capacity. Seko has engaged with its core providers to ensure there is access to capacity across the global network.

“The nature of our business means we always maintain regular contact with our clients, but the impact of COVID-19 on production and transportation has created an unprecedented amount of variability in supply chains, which requires a carefully-coordinated response. The upshot is that our key clients are having to find solutions for very irregular demand and decreased capacity. We are focusing our MedTec resources on providing surge capacity for global and domestic transport, last mile White Glove and warehouse needs,” Robert Shearer, a managing partner of SEKO MedTec Solutions has commented.

Seko Logistics is available to provide services including expedited, next flight out urgent freight options, air charters both domestic and international, white Glove, inside deliveries into hospitals and clinics (or at the door), dedicated compliance-based program management and site audits and in-house developed with real-time technology. They have highly trained staff and state-of-the-art facilities, regional warehouse infrastructure and transport network, 24/7/365 customer service for surgical material and equipment support, as well as flexible capacity for surface, air, ocean and multi-modal transport and sea-air, rail-air and expedited ocean services.