Bio-Pharmaceutical Logistics Global Market Report 2016
Posted on: 30 Aug 16
LONDON, Aug. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Temperature control, regulatory compliance, security, safety and chain of custody are the key obstacles for pharmaceutical manufacturers. In every organization, logistics is the key integral part of the supply chain management, which deals with procurement, planning and implementation of all logistics activities. Effective logistics management helps pharmaceutical companies to have a constant supply of drugs, devices and equipment from various dealers and distributors in different locations. The global pharmaceutical market has more than doubled in the past ten years and is expected to reach 942 billion by the end of 2016. Patent rights for several leading drugs are set to expire, meaning that large portion of sales will shift from original brand manufacturer to generic manufacturers. Similar to other sectors, the pharmaceutical industry is also undergoing a geographic shift in its production facilities and sales. Markets like Asia, Latin America, Middle East, China, etc. are becoming imore attractive to these pharmaceutical companies, however, these markets are considered as the most challenging in terms of supply chain. At present, the distribution structure in the European and American markets is heavily inclined towards national warehouses both regionally and centrally. Developing warehouse structures and outsourcing to logistics service providers is the a key focus in some pharmaceutical manufacturers. Low cost and greater visibility in the supply chain are the main advantages of outsourcing logistics services and is becoming an integral part of strategy.
The primary driving factor for the growth of this market include strict regulations in the form of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Distribution Practices (GDP), which summarize the criteria relating to the purchase, storage and export of medicines. In addition, factors like increasing demand for temperature sensitive pharmaceutical products and delivery methods could contribute to the growth of this market. Resricting factors include issues related to confidentiality of the proprietary information, loss of control and deteriorating services. Geographically, Asia-Pacific dominates the market, which is evident from the presence of key players, and lower logistics costs.
Panalpina, DHL, FedEx and UPS are amongst the leading logistic service providers in the industry. The global market for bio-pharmaceutical logistics was valued at USD 61.1 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach USD 91.0 billion by 2020f, growing at a CAGR of 6.9% during the forecast period of 2015e to 2020f.
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IT’S fair to say that this substantial detached family home is located within a superior position within the highly prestigious residential area of Waltham. The property in Golf Course Lane is stunning and stands proudly within a generous plot with substantial gardens to front and rear. It has a beautiful open plan, kitchen-dining area which then flows into the conservatory and enjoys magnificent views of the rear garden.
To the first floor are five double bedrooms, four of those boasting superb en-suites.
From the top to the bottom this property has had no expense spared and is a joy to view, with front and rear gardens and also the double garage which offers further off road parking. And the rear garden has to be seen to be believed! The impressive hallway has two storage cupboards and has underfloor heating and laminate oak flooring.
The cloakroom has under floor heating with tiled flooring
The dining room has underfloor heating with laminate oak flooring. The spacious lounge has a bay window to the front. The family room has French doors to the rear, underfloor heating with laminate oak flooring and has access to the study.
The kitchen is fitted with Sarah Anderson stunning units and a range of integral appliances. There is also underfloor heating with tiled flooring and it has sufficient space for a large table and chairs. The kitchen area flows into the conservatory which has French doors to the rear and tiled flooring with underfloor heating.
The study was completed by Jason Brooks in 2012 has three Velux windows, French doors to the rear and also has underfloor heating with laminate oak flooring. The utility, which is accessed from the kitchen, has a large cupboard and underfloor heating with tiled flooring and units. Off the first floor landing is the master bedroom. Enjoying splendid views, it has a range of Haagensen’s fitted bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two has a range of Haagensen’s fitted bedroom furniture. The en-suite/family bathrom is also accessed from the first landing with a heated towel rail, a modern three-piece suite with a shower over the bath with a glass screen and tiled flooring. Bedroom three has a range of Haagensen’s fitted bedroom furniture.
Next are bedrooms four and five. The en-suite has a modern three-piece suite with a shower cubicle, under floor heating with tiled flooring and a heated towel rail. The front garden has a generous lawn and a large block paved driveway that leads to the double garage which has lights and power.
The rear garden has to be seen to be believed, with two paved patio areas.
Golf Course Lane, Waltham
- Bedrooms: 5
- Receptions: 4
- Special features: This property has had no expense spared
- Central heaing: Yes
- Double glazing: Yes
- Schools nearby: Waltham LeasPrimary Academy,Tollbar Academy
- Selling agent: 62 St Peters Avenue,Cleethorpes, DN35 8HP. Tel: 01472 200666
THE VERY best of Lincolnshire food and drink will be showcased at a major new event and we can reveal that one of the country’s best-known logistics companies is giving it their official backing. DFDS is the headline sponsor of the very first Live Local Lincolnshire Food and Drink Festival. Being held at the Oaklands Hotel, Laceby on October 2, it will offer four live zones with something exciting for everyone, and is brought to you by Business Telegraph, The Journal and www.humberbusiness.com1
DFDS bosses today expressed their delight at being headline sponsors and are looking forward to a great event a perfect fit for their business.
An integral part of the region’s economy, DFDS handles many hundreds of thousands of tonnes of goods for distribution across the UK and for export by road, sea and airfreight.
Lincolnshire Chef Steve Bennett
Produce from Lincolnshire and the Humber region arrives at its destination in tip top condition, thanks to DFDS’ efficient chilled and frozen food distribution services. Its major storage and distribution hub in Grimsby is perfectly located to serve the seafood, meat, prepared meals and fresh produce sectors across the region. At the port of Immingham, goods are shipped daily to and from Europe and Scandinavia and handled around the clock by expert DFDS cargo teams.
Sean Potter, managing director of DFDS Seaways plc, said: “As a major regional employer and serving the Lincolnshire food sector, DFDS are delighted to be taking part as key sponsors of Lincolnshire Food Fest Live.”
Andrew Kirk, operations director of DFDS Logistics, added: “DFDS food sector specialists provide logistics solutions specifically for fresh and frozen produce.
“Continuous investment in the most up to date handling capabilities and strategically located hubs mean we are uniquely positioned to deliver optimum customer service.”
Festival will offer four live zones with demonstrations from home-grown stars
WITH an amazing programme of live cooking demonstrations from home-grown stars of the Great British Menu, Masterchef 2016 and a highly rated host chef, our Live Local Lincolnshire Food and Drink Festival is certainly whetting the appetite. Colin McGurran, Annie McKenzie and Steven Bennett will be doing what they do best for your indulgence this autumn, with nationally renowned chef Steve Warpole joining the trio to compere the event, as he did at last year’s International Food Exhibition.
The festival will offer four live zones with something exciting for everyone.
Michelle Lalor, editor of the Grimsby and Scunthorpe Telegraph, the business behind the brands, said: “We’re excited and thankful for the support that we have received so far to help make this event something very special for this region!
“It will be a free event for the public, and we are working with sponsors alongside our business brands and will be producing a focussed food supplement which will be out especially for Humber Seafood Summit and this Lincolnshire-wide celebration.
Chef Colin McGurran
There are still some opportunities available and we’d love for Humber businesses to get behind this culinary celebration.
“A seat in the cooking zone will be well sought-after I am sure, but there are so many other things happening which will bring the family together. This event will definitely combine two of our favourite things ‘food and fun!’.”
There will be cheese and wine tasting in the Live Learning zone as well as a range of Lincolnshire produce and craft stalls. Food is Fuel will be the theme of the Live Activity zone and will be focussed on health, wellbeing and nutrition. Entertainment will be live from the balcony of the venue, with some of Lincolnshire’s finest musicians playing us through the day.
Master Chef participant Annie McKenzie
For the children there is already a Scamen’s sponsored egg race and to support St Andrew’s Hospice, a Design an Egg Head craft corner and a Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook student special. Keep your eyes “peeled” for updates in coming weeks.
To get involved or to register your interest, call Becky Darnell on 01472 806999 or e-mail [email protected] telegraph.co.uk.
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