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A First-Hand Account of 3PLs – A Podcast on Distribution Best Practices


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A First-Hand Account of 3PLs – A Podcast on Distribution Best Practices

A First-Hand Account of 3PLs and the Factors That Manufacturers Should Consider


Listen to the podcast on The Pharmaceutical Commerce website.


Rob Besse, Vice President of Archbow Consulting, joins Pharmaceutical Commerce Editor Nicholas Saraceno to share a general overview of how the 3PL process works, using his 20-plus years of pharmaceutical supply chain experience. Highlights of the Podcast include:


  • The factors that manufacturers should consider when selecting a 3PL, along with the array of services that a quality 3PL should provide

  • Valuable lessons he believes 3PLs learned during the COVID-19 pandemic that have helped improve efficiencies

  • Trends affecting the pharma industry that 3PLs should be on the lookout for the rest of the year


The latest episode of The Pharmaceutical Commerce Podcast is available directly on SoundCloud. Listen to the podcast on The Pharmaceutical Commerce website.


Contact us today if we can help you with your next 3PL or distribution program.


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