supply chain management

Aesica Introduces New Supply Chain Service Model

Aesica, the global pharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), has unveiled a new approach and business model that aims to solve multiple supply chain challenges at once. The company takes on the management of other CDMOs, while serving as the single, central point of customer contact.

TraceLink Life Sciences Cloud Adopts Pending New GS1 EPCIS Standard for Brazil

TraceLink Inc. announced that its Life Sciences Cloud platform, a compliance solution, has adopted the new Brazil Traceability Guideline based on GS1 EPCIS standards for the Brazil marketplace.

TraceLink Adds Industry Experts to Address Global Serialization

Three pharmaceutical industry veterans with 80 years-combined experience were added to the growing life sciences roster at TraceLink Inc.

The three – Elizabeth Waldorf, Michael Ventura, and Marcel Zutter – have deep expertise in global serialization, product traceability, and supply chain transformation, and they are the latest to join a growing TraceLink team of 153 employees, which has increased by more than 80 percent since Jan. 1.

Webcast Wrap Up: Technology Innovation in Healthcare Supply Chain Management

UPS discusses how its Order-to-Cash Services can provide visibility throughout distribution and even lend a hand during recalls.

In May, PMP News held the exclusive Webcast, “Technology Innovation in Healthcare Supply Chain Management,” featuring Jen Trone, Sector Development Manager for UPS Healthcare. Trone discussed UPS Order-to-Cash, a program designed to help manufacturers reduce and potentially eliminate underutilized assets and allow companies to concentrate on core competencies such as research, development, marketing, sales and manufacturing.

During the live Webcast, which was sponsored by UPS, Trone answered a number of questions, which we summarize below. 

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U Connect LIVE Conference To Focus On Visibility

Consumer safety and wellness issues will take a higher profile at this year’s U Connect LIVE conference, host GS1 US announced today. Speakers will include experts from the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation in addition to food manufacturers, trade associations, analysts, and GS1 US.
“Providing safety and health information to consumers and businesses is a top priority
for companies in virtually every industry,” said Gay Whitney, senior vice president,
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Althea Expands Service Offering to Packaging and Labeling Through a Co-Marketing Agreement With Sherpa Clinical Packaging

Althea Technologies Inc. announced today that it has extended its service offering to include labeling, packaging, storage, and distribution of drug and biological products through its co-marketing partner, Sherpa Clinical Packaging. Sherpa, founded in 2011, is located adjacent to Althea's clinical and commercial-scale biologics and drug product manufacturing facilities.  The proximity of the facilities to one another simplifies supply chain logistics for clients of each organization.

Catalent Pharma Solutions Enhances Global Sourcing

Catalent Pharma Solutions's global network of sourcing specialists will now enable the company to supply comparator drugs directly from manufacturers. The company expects to be able to reduce customer costs and ensure timely initiation and reliability of product supply.

Sharp Joins TraceLink’s Collaborative Supply Network

Sharp Corp. (Allentown, PA) announced it has joined the TraceLink Network for collaborative supply management with customers. By integrating Sharp’s packaging and serialization services with TraceLink’s, Sharp’s 80-plus pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and OTC customers will gain improved performance, visibility, and coordination throughout contract packaging and finished goods distribution, Sharp and TraceLink (Woburn, MA) said.

New Collaboration Enhances Supply Chain Safety

A joint collaborative between Acsis Inc., Cognex Corporation, Nosco, and Omega Design called “4 Serialization" is designed to help manufacturers, wholesale distributors and contract producers within the pharmaceutical and bio-tech industries implement product serialization and visibility throughout the supply chain to ensure patient safety and prevent counterfeiting. The ability to integrate a solution that is flexible enough to accommodate serialized and non-serialized products during a phased rollout can seem daunting to any organization.

Acsis Inc. Realigns As Product-Centric Company

Realigning itself as a product-centric company in the marketplace, Acsis Inc. will focus on increasing brand integrity, broadening strategic partnerships, and enhancing business agility for organizations through efficient supply chains, while continuing to expand their client base in key vertical markets. The new Acsis tagline is a credo for simplifying supply chain visibility, “Supply Chain Visibility. Anytime. Anywhere.”

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