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What a Global Pandemic Taught Us About the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

As global supply chains strained under the pressure of intense demand and thinning resources created by the COVID-19 pandemic, both the public and private sectors had to think quickly and creatively about how to preserve the pharmaceutical supply chain. Along the way, we learned many lessons. Over the last several decades, the pharmaceutical supply chain has become increasingly complex. To be successful, it relies heavily on global trade and international logistics. Reynaldo Roman at Marken explains what the global pandemic taught us about the pharmaceutical supply chain.