Previous predications in pharmaceutical transportation trends, highlighting declining air passenger numbers and air freight demand increasing, have been pandemic-propelled. Coronavirus continues causing worldwide disruption, and it is anticipated its industry impact will continue throughout 2021 and beyond.
Recently, Dominic Hyde, Vice President of Crēdo™ on Demand presented on the Impact of COVID-19 on Cold Chain during a webinar hosted by Global Clinical Supplies Group.
Late last week, Johnson & Johnson announced topline efficacy and safety data from the Phase 3 ENSEMBLE clinical trial, highlighting that the single-dose COVID-19 vaccine in development at its Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies met all primary and key secondary endpoints.
We recently announced a new partnership with Asiana Airlines to increase our global footprint with access to our Crēdo™ on Demand rental program when shipping temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical and pandemic payloads worldwide.
Our globally available, high performance, cost effective cold chain shipping rental program using passive cold chain containers. Flexible daily and monthly rental rates are standard when picked up from and dropped off at Peli BioThermal locations worldwide. Other rental terms are available.
As we eagerly enter 2021 and prepare this year’s cold chain industry predictions, we reflect on the events of 2020. Nowhere leading into the year did we predict a global pandemic. Yet its impact crosses all facets of business, causing companies to pivot and adapt. Some were able to harness new opportunities to serve our ever-changing way of life and others struggle to stay the course.
2020 was a year that we will never forget. Navigating through a global pandemic was one for the record books.