Everyone is looking forward to the arrival of the vaccine for the novel coronavirus. However, when the vaccine is ready, a fast, reliable and safe logistics process is made necessary. This will ensure successful immunization results. One of the key questions related to vaccines is the importance of temperature maintenance specified by the manufacturer during storage and transportation. In Brazil, Anvisa published a resolution that changes the standard on Good Drug Product Distribution, Storage and Transportation Practices.
BLS Tech has solutions ready to meet new Anvisa resolution for transportation.
The logistics sector for cold chain has been considerably impacted in the past months in view of the new resolutions of the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) for distribution of Covid-19 vaccines and pharmaceutical products. With wide experience in the sector, BLS Tech (Biothermal Logistics Solutions), first logtech integrating solutions 100% focused on cold chain, already provides solutions and know-how in the entire process.
Reduce costs while mitigating environmental impact. This is the ground for the model of leasing of Biothermal Logistic Solutions (BLS) returnable thermal packaging. The logistics integrator – focused on health-oriented cold chain – invests in renewable technology that allows for savings in assets, redesigning the entire logistics process.
In the past weeks, the sector called Cold Chain hit headlines for concerns over effective distribution of Covid-19 vaccines. The so called Cold Chain includes the entire process, from design of refrigerated product, storage, to transportation and delivery to the client. Considering a country like Brazil, besides demographic questions, it has been ordered, as of now, a volume of vaccine at the ratio of one dose per each 0.8 inhabitant, loss of material during transit would mean a higher risk to the population and a new health chaos. Such logistics complexity got a blockbuster-like title “The Century Challenge.”
Carine Siffert, BLS Quality Manager, was responsible for the speech of Abralog’s monthly Logistics Committee, this Thursday, 06/10/2021. The goal of the presentation was to show the overview of RDC 430/2020, standard that determines the obligation of monitoring, control and temperature maintenance across the supply chain, as per manufacturer specifications.