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How automation and man-machine collaboration is reshaping blood storage

Intralogistics industry leader Jungheinrich has helped to build a fully automated blood plasma warehouse for Grifols, a multinational pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturer. Jungheinrich’s UK director of logistics systems Steve Richmond discusses what warehouse automation can do for the pharmaceutical industry.

Revisions and Impact

The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) is a scientific non-profit organisation that sets standards used worldwide for the identity, quality, purity and strength of medicines, as well as food ingredients and dietary supplements

Challenges for the life sciences supply chain with Brexit

Three years on from the Brexit vote and no one is any the wiser as to what the UK’s future relationship with the EU will look like. The worst-case scenario of the UK leaving without a deal or any customs arrangements could have a severe impact on the life sciences supply chain, which is heavily reliant on just-in-time deliveries. Bill DuBois from Kinaxis explains what companies are doing to cope with the uncertainty and if there are any positives on the horizon.

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