Trust. It’s why more leading pharmaceutical companies rely on World Courier than any other specialty logistics company in the world. Companies trust us to transport and store their time- and temperature-sensitive products because they value the peace of mind that comes with our unsurpassed knowledge, global reach and flawless supply chain execution. Each trusted partnership we form with a customer is deeply rooted in our shared vision of improving global health, and it starts with gaining a holistic understanding of their strategic business objectives. With this knowledge in hand, we design and execute world-class logistics processes that mitigate risk, maximize the return on R&D investments and advance medicine. No other specialty logistics company has the experienced personnel, global offices and in-market expertise required to ensure the optimal handling, transport and delivery of vital healthcare products.
Strategic Alignment with Your Business Goals
With 40+ years of designing and tailoring world-class transportation and supply chain programs for customers, World Courier understands that truly partnering with our customers demands a complete understanding of — and alignment with — their business goals. In the healthcare R&D and specialty pharmaceuticals world, that means a commitment to improving global health with custom programs driven by a thorough assessment of risk factors and a focus on the integrity of each shipment. It also means dedicated account managers for every customer and a collaborative approach that helps you maximize the financial return on your R&D investments, instilling confidence in our ability to help you meet business objectives.
Specialty logistics is risky business. World Courier’s in-depth knowledge of the complexities of clinical trials and the time- and temperature-sensitive products required to keep medicine moving forward means our customers can confidently leverage our expertise in transport management, global regulations, Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and temperature control solutions to ensure products and samples are delivered on time and in optimal condition. It is this knowledge that positions our customers to maximize product success at every stage of the lifecycle by minimizing risk and optimizing the supply chain.
When it comes to specialty logistics, consistency in operations and processes is critical. World Courier ensures a consistent customer experience around the globe with local, in-market resources that make up a network nearly 10 times the size of other specialty couriers. With 13 strategically located storage depots, more than 2,000 associates in local markets and 140+ company-owned offices in more than 50 countries, you’ll be able to take comfort in our ability to conduct business in local languages and time zones while enhancing your distribution strategy with global SOPs.
Product access is perhaps the most crucial component of your company’s ability to improve global health. World Courier ensures optimal product handling and timely delivery of high-value products with highly-qualified personnel, global best practices and SOPs, GxP-compliant transport and storage, plus in-transit temperature management and advanced tracking and inventory technology. These processes and personnel combine to deliver improved access to critical therapies and trusted transport that expedites and enhances the global clinical trial process, from product integrity without excursions to improved visibility that helps you make better business decisions.
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