Nallian to launch new pharma tracking platform

Data sharing platform Nallian will launch its Global Pharma Tracker portal at next week’s World Cargo Symposium.

The Global Pharma Tracker platform integrates logistics, temperature and quality data from across the supply chain into a single, real-time portal.

Nallian said this would give all stakeholders access to “an enhanced data stream, providing valuable insights into their cargo flows and end-to-end visibility across the network”.

The company added: “It empowers them to efficiently and unequivocally answer questions such as ‘where did the excursion happen?’ and ‘what caused it?’.

“Historical performance analysis will ultimately allow them to adopt a pro-active approach that prevents excursions from happening in the future.”

Nallian said the launch follows a successful Proof of Concept and Pilot phase, in collaboration with Pharma.Aero and their user group, including leading pharma shippers, handlers, airport authorities, forwarders and carriers.

Nallian  chief executive Jean Verheyen said: “We are excited to bring the benefits of our open data sharing platform to the pharmaceutical industry. Users of the Global Pharma Tracker will leverage the benefits manifold: internally, within their local community, across validated pharma corridors and ultimately across the global network.

“With a cost of $35bn caused by temperature excursions, we trust the Global Pharma Tracker represents a major opportunity for the industry.”

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