A snapshot view of the 2015 UPS survey, now in its eighth year, shows success in addressing product security and regulatory compliance, but low progress in planning for natural disasters and other business interruptions. Logistics cost control—a perennial concern for healthcare managers—has a mixed outlook, with success in controlling some costs but a desire for further economies.
That’s the quick summary of the survey, which is based on questionnaires and in-depth interviews of supply chain managers of pharma and medical device companies and healthcare-product suppliers around the world. The survey was performed between April and June by TNS on behalf of Big Brown.
Source: Pharmaceutical Commerce