Bio Industries and NC Logistic have entered into an agreement

The operator NC Logistic and manufacturing and distribution company of drugs for veterinary use "Bio Industries" entered into an agreement for the provision of complex logistics services.

“When choosing a logistics operator, we were guided by the principle of a “single window,” said Vitaly Vorobyov, CEO of Bio Industries.   – It is valuable to find a partner who, in one person, provides high-quality support to the company at all stages of licensing, has the necessary infrastructure and professional competencies for work with vaccines, veterinary drugs and other products for animals. It is very important that the operator has a service to ensure sales in the online channel. This is acceptance, packaging, packaging, marking and shipment, as a single complete process. NC Logistic fully complies with our complex request.”
According to NC Logistic, the operator has been cooperating with a number of Western pharmaceutical companies that have a line of veterinary drugs in their portfolio for several years. The latter have formed a trend towards cooperation with logistics operators in Russia.
In turn, Russian veterinary companies also evaluated the effectiveness of cooperation with logistics operators. “Large investment projects to modernize and expand the infrastructure for production are long-term and difficult to pay off. Outsourcing can effectively solve this problem.  Logistics companies already have the resources and service competencies, so the only thing left for production and distribution companies is to integrate into the supply chain.”
Harold Vlasov, Managing Director of NC Logistic, suggested that soon veterinary drugs, following the example of pharmaceutical drugs, will be subject to labeling and traceability in a system similar to MDLP. “Logistic operators have unique experience, proven methods and adapted tools, which will undoubtedly make it possible to go through all the stages of introducing and launching the labeling of veterinary drugs less painfully,” he emphasized. 

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