Reading Time: < 1 minutes Daniel Laverick at Zuellig Pharma tells us how blockchain can solve the most common challenges in pharmaceutical supply chains
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Singapore-based Zuellig Pharma has built a blockchain-enabled medicine provenance application to eliminate counterfeit products from its supply chain. The company is one of the biggest drug distributors in Asia.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Zuellig Pharma’s eZTracker platform is using the SAP blockchain to track and verify COVID-19 vaccinations.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes eZTracker mobile app leverages blockchain technology to verify if the COVID-19 vaccine is authorised to be distributed.
Reading Time: 2 minutes As preparations get underway for the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines globally, ensuring supply chain safety will be vital.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes The pharmaceutical industry is drowning in counterfeit medicines. And it is also becoming harder to identify them.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Zuellig Pharma announced findings from the first-ever survey looking at Hong Kong consumer attitudes and understanding of counterfeit medicines.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Zuellig Pharma, Asia’s leading healthcare services provider, has recently developed the eZTracker smartphone app, an SAP-powered blockchain platform.
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s Fight the Fakes Week, an international campaign where organisations, governments and individuals unite to raise awareness about the dangers of fake medicines.