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Branching Out

The concept of hiring contract partners to undertake specific roles and responsibilities can seem rather daunting at first – there may be concerns about loss of control or interrupted workflows when work is conducted outside the central core of the business. However, when executed well, outsourcing can lead to more control and smoother processes thanks to the specialist knowledge and flexibility offered by independent experts.

Take, for instance, the use of third-party logistics providers (3PLs) such as GEFCO Forwarding, Brink’s Life Sciences and DHL Global Forwarding. Without them, manufacturers would be faced with the enormous task of sourcing, maintaining and managing an entire fleet of vehicles or warehousing functions before they could even consider shipping their first product. This is clearly neither viable nor cost-effective, and so hiring another firm that specialises in the actual transportation of goods is the most logical solution.

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Henry Moran has over 20 years’ experience within the logistics industry. In addition to this, he has a Master’s degree in Business Studies – specialising in Manufacturing and Logistics – and is a practising Six Sigma Black Belt. Henry now focuses on supporting clients to assess, secure and develop compliant supply chains through his work with ASC Associates. He has a particular interest in assisting clients obtain GDP accreditation through providing compliance and supply chain security audits alongside gap analyses on the GDP requirements.

Amy Shortman has 20 years’ experience within pharmaceutical and healthcare logistics, during which she has worked within operations, sales and business development. In 2011, she founded ASC Associates to fulfil the increasing demand for expertise in compliant and secure supply chains, and has since developed a global team of experts who can advise, support and connect teams throughout the entire supply chain. Passionate about ensuring product integrity is maintained, Amy has co-developed a GDP course aimed specifically at personnel involved in the distribution of medicinal products for human use.
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