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  • Focus on boosting supply chain for medical devices India took less than a year to become self-reliant in the manufacture of medical devices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and ventilators following the coronavirus outbreak and now seeks to strengthen the global supply chain by ensuring quality, according to industry experts Live Mint 16 December 2020
  • Trust Deficit in Indian Companies Need To be Overcome Through Vocal For Local, Says Experts At ASSOCHAM’s ‘Wisdom Series’ The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), one of the apex trade associations of India in association with ITC Sunfeast concluded the fourth edition of its Wisdom Series lecture titled ‘Role of Consumer Voice’ on the theme of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat – Vocal for Local – Achieving Efficiency in Supply Chain’. Indian Education Diary Gadget Innovations India Infoline 12 December 2020
  • How COVID-19 vaccine will reach Indian market Coronavrus vaccine supply: The role of the supply chain is to ensure effective vaccine storage, handling, and stock management; rigorous temperature control in the cold chain; and maintenance of adequate logistics management information systems Business Today 03 December 2020
  • Plans are afoot for real-time supply chain tracking Not-for-profit global organisations like GS1, which develop standards for business communication (one of them is barcodes) has already submitted a concept paper to the Centre on the same. They are the only outfit authorised under the Ministry of Commerce in India to issue barcodes. Medical Buyer 03 December 2020
  • Cold chain system: Centre asks states to strategise storage preparedness In a bid to ensure the preparedness of cold chain system for safe storage of COVID-19 vaccine once it is introduced, the union health ministry has yet again reached out to states and union territories to initiate a strategy for the same. CNBC TV18 Medical Buyer 16 December 2020
  • Experts express need for traceability of COVID-19 vaccines India took less than a year to become self-reliant in the manufacture of medical devices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and ventilators following the coronavirus outbreak and now seeks to strengthen the global supply chain by ensuring quality, according to industry experts Express Pharma 26 November 2020
  • Covid-19: Cold chain logistics will be big challenge in vaccinating 135 crore Indians With a handful of manufacturers nearing the end of late-stage clinical trials of Covid-19 vaccine candidates in India, the next challenge that awaits the government lies in finding the requisite workforce to administer the shots to such a humongous population and cold chain logistics for their last-mile distribution in such a vast, hot country. The Indian Express 16 November 2020
  • Imported RFID tags cost 1,000, desi ones now come for 250 The focus on indigenisation of radio frequency identification tags, which are being used for all railway wagons, coaches and locomotives, has helped reduce the cost drastically. While in 2017, the per tag cost was estimated around Rs.1,000, domestic players are making them available at Rs.250. The Times Of India 14 November 2020
  • Technology is impacting all areas of life and Businesses are no exception GS1 standards facilitate unique and universal identification, capture, and share of information on products and services, from point-of-origin to point-of-sale or dispensation. Most commonly, GS1 unique codes are used on product packages in the form of barcodes. They enable important applications such as product authentication, track & trace, product recall, real-time stocks monitoring, online selling, and more. The Tech Pod 05 November 2020
  • GS1 to partner retailers and brands to make a common platform, NIFR, for supply chain issues GS1 India, a global standards organisation, has set up the National Industry Forum for Retail (NIFR), where consumer products companies and retailers will partner to better their supply chain and distribution network. The Economic TImes 24 October 2020
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