The importance of transporting pharmaceuticals and healthcare products

The pandemic caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus drastically reduced the global transit of goods. The confinement in many countries around the world and the slowdown of many activities and economic sectors paralyzed the usual rhythm of shipments by land, sea and air.

Gradually the freight forwarding activity has been reactivated and trips, in most cases, have resumed their shipping and receiving times.

One of the examples that is helping to achieve this normality is vaccination against the coronavirus. Governments around the world are procuring vaccines to immunize their citizens and to reduce the wave of infections. The vaccines are shipped under strict security measures to prevent theft or sabotage.

Logistics, a great help in the health, medical and pharmaceutical sector.

At Logisber, we are importers and distributors of the vaccine worldwide. Thanks to our knowledge and experience in the transit of goods, we have been providing assistance in the health sector for months by sea and air.

This kind of job must be carried out carefully in order to not break the refrigeration chain and to ensure that vaccines do not lose their effectiveness.

Logisber follows the GDP (Good Distribution Practices) regulations, which minimize the risk of damage in pharmaceutical logistics, with regulations from international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Union (EU), among others.

In addition, the international logistics expert company monitors all national and international regulations and standards to simplify import and export processes. We reduce the impact of pharmaceutical logistics around the world with an expert logistics audit.

How to ship vaccines to other countries?

Logisber has a team of pharmaceutical logistics specialists with experience and training to recommend the best sea and air transports.

Customer service is fully personalized on an international scale and a full range of active and passive receiving, handling, packaging and control solutions are used to ensure an efficient and personalized level of service. This reduces logistics costs while maintaining high quality throughout the shipping process.