What if you could see every shipment in your supply chain at once? What if you knew your temperature-sensitive shipments were being monitored 24/7? What if you could give customers answers before they ask questions? You can. UPS makes that--and more--possible.
Ensuring an uninterrupted supply of healthcare products means keeping production up and running and order fulfillment flowing. Both take planning, flexibility and most importantly, information. UPS technology lets you manage what's coming and going across your supply chain every day.
See what is inbound to your operation, whether freight or package, air, ground, or ocean shipments. With information like that, you can better plan staffing, space allocation, and production runs.
Streamline order fulfillment by integrating our shipping technology with your order processing system. You'll be able to fulfill orders more quickly, reduce errors, and proactively notify customers when their orders ship.
View, pay, and manage your UPS bills in one place. Make payments, download detailed billing information, and speed reconciliation--all at one secure, online interface that keeps track of your package and LTL invoices.
More and more healthcare products now require special handling due to time and temperature requirements. Not only has UPS built a network of distribution facilities and world-class transportation services to handle them, we've invested in advanced technology to monitor and intervene if necessary to prevent excursions.
We can provide pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers with precise, measurable operating procedures backed by trained healthcare operational support, contingency planning for unexpected situations, and air freight industry experts to help build the right solution for your temperature-sensitive shipping needs. Plus we provide a greater level of protection with monitoring by UPS control towers. Our control towers are located around the world and operate as a network with specially-trained agents to monitor critical milestones and to initiate contingency plans if a shipment becomes at risk for excursion or deviation from the standard operating plan.
The result? Fewer interruptions to supply, less product spoilage, and improvements to your bottom line.
Contact us for your healthcare supply chain needs.