Today draws a close to this year’s Airfreight Pharma conference in Athens, Greece.
Over the course of the last two days, delegates have heard insightful and educational talks and panel discussions from experts across the air pharma industry.
The content was varied and covered some of the biggest challenges facing the sector – from the need to encourage more collaboration in the interests of improving quality and efficiency, and looking at how the industry can adapt to geographical factors that require a ‘different approach’ to logistics across places like Africa.
Delegates also heard from professionals at the top of the industry, from the airlines to freight forwarders and handlers.
One fascinating presentation to take home discussed digitalisation of the air pharma sector, and how that would drive future quality standards and certification processes.
A highlight of this year’s conference was hearing from such a wide variety of speakers and panellists, all experts in their respective fields.
From what delegates heard over the course of two days, it seems there is certainly a consensus across industry professionals that companies must continue to work together for the benefit of all – which includes the sharing of data and documents, allowing for greater efficiency.