The Logistics of Health Care

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The appearance and quality of the butter, cheese, fruit and veg we find on the shelves of our supermarkets, is the product of a logistics industry run with military precision to ensure that temperature controlled or perishable goods arrive in good safe condition. But these aren’t the only products prone to ruin if not handled properly. The logistics industry must also provide for the temperature controlled transportation of sensitive items ranging from sea food, flowers, and even cosmetics – through to medicines and drugs.

Pharmaceutical products need to be supplied on a constant basis, and controlled throughout the supply chain to the point of delivery. These often life-saving products must be maintained at a constant temperature throughout the complete supply chain cycle and transported in specially developed containers at temperatures individually set between –20°C and +18°C. The integrity of pharmaceutical products can be compromised by irregular or incorrect temperature controls, and so logistics in this area needs to be very carefully managed and monitored. In the pharmaceutical supply chain, every detail counts.

Our bespoke logistical solutions for delivery of healthcare and medical products means we deliver medical products direct to the point of use throughout the UK, straight to patients of Primary Care Trusts and Health boards, in precisely the condition they should be in.

Working with companies to tailor a distribution method that meets the requirements of the Primary Care Trusts and Health Care boards, we understand that the quality of our service directly affects the well-being of patients. Making sure they have the right product at the right time, managing pick accuracy and carefully planning delivery schedules, our customers use us time and again for the delivery of medicine in perfect condition. Call us to find out more about our carefully planned and controlled pharmaceutical and healthcare deliveries.

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