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    Third Party Logistics Pharmaceutical

    Pharmaceutical Logistics Services Providers Convert Trends Into Opportunities for 2019

    “There are more changes in the pharmaceutical logistics industry than there are presents in Santa’s sleigh,” according to Adam Runsdorf, President of WDSrx, a global pharmaceutical logistics services provider connecting prescription drug products and over-the-counter medications between manufacturers, patients and consumers. Like digging through presents under the tree, these trends are some of the biggest boxes we’re opening for 2019: THE KARDASHIAN EFFECT Drugs and personal care a...

    WDSrx Pharmaceutical Warehouses: New Equipment Ensures Optimal Efficiency

    In order for 3PL pharmaceutical warehouses to perform at the highest level, it is crucial to have the right equipment. Machinery and equipment at WDSrx facilities are regularly evaluated to ensure optimal efficiency. Older items are repaired or replaced with new products to maintain an up-to-date inventory. Recent equipment additions include a new counter-balance in the Dayton, NJ warehouse, double-capacity electric pallet jacks at one of our Boca Raton locations and a capsule-filling machine at...

    THREE KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM 2017 FOR 2018 SUCCESS

    It’s appropriate to reflect at this time about how developments during the past year can serve to influence success over the coming twelve months. Here’s a short list of logistics learnings in 2017 from WDSrx we plan to build on in 2018. Happy New Year! 1. Promote Growth Forward-thinking decision-making reflects confidence in the future of the pharmaceutical logistics industry.  At WDSrx, bold decisions are a continuous process. Our decision made in 2014 to be a leader in serializat...

    ADVANCE – The Official Newsletter of WDSrx (Q4 2017)

    Read and Download the Full Advance Newsletter (Q4 2017) Here Take a look at our internal newsletter. The theme of this 4th quarter issue is, “Branching Out” with a featured letter from President Adam Runsdorf. Other articles include: Expert Advice on Vendor Managed Inventory Facilities Focus WDSrx Family Photos Daniela’s Healthy Palette WDSrx-posé featuring Warehouse Manager Jason Ferrara Branching Out WDSrx Social Media Feed This Issue of Advance Was Created and Edited By Jor...

    WDSrx Meets LATAM Pharma Leaders at eyeforpharma

    Miami, FL (May 18, 2017) – Latin American companies came together May 18-19 at the Hilton in downtown Miami for the Eyeforpharma America Latina conference to discuss current issues including pharmaceutical warehousing. The conference allowed the WDSrx business development team to meet and network with current and future clients from Latin America in order to help expand business with countries outside the United States. The purpose of the conference was to gain more knowledge on subjects s...

    WDSrx Advises New Supply Chain Degree Program at State College

    Palm Beach State College (PBSC) was founded in 1933 as the first public junior college in the state of Florida.  Today the institution enrolls nearly 49,000 students in over 100 programs. In response to a need demonstrated by industry, PBSC is offering a course of study in Supply Chain Management leading to an AAS degree.  A Certificate program is planned for the near future. Florida is a major logistics hub due to proximity to deepwater ports, airports and extensive rail and road infrastructu...

    Refreshing Idea Makes Online Pharmaceutical Returns Faster, Easier, ‘Kind Of Fun’

    Refreshing Idea Makes Online Pharmaceutical Returns Faster, Easier, ‘Kind Of Fun’ A Web-Based System For Healthcare Practitioners Reduces Paperwork and Increases Patient Interaction. Boca Raton, FL (November 1, 2017) – Healthcare Managed Service Organizations (MSOs) managing physicians’ and surgeons’ offices, urgent care centers and other medical facilities dispensing medications are increasingly distracted by time lost managing administrative duties including processing dr...

    New Government Compliance Requirements Create Outsourcing Opportunity for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

    DSCSA Deadline and Changing Government Pricing Policies Prompt Partnerships To Increase Efficiency Boca Raton, FL (July 16, 2018) – Conventional pharmaceutical manufacturers are being challenged to increase innovation and reduce costs.  During the past several years, this new financial reality resulted in the development of the virtual manufacturing business model and has increased outsourcing of tasks including government pricing programs traditionally managed internally. A 2016 study1 ...

    Boca Raton Life Sciences Industry Gathers At WDSrx To Foster Collaboration and Opportunity

    Boca Raton, FL (May 25, 2017) – Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie spoke to a group of local and regional life science professionals this morning to highlight the city’s appeal to companies in the healthcare and related fields. Over 50 participants took time from their mornings to hear from Haynie and WDSrx President Adam Runsdorf over breakfast before taking a tour of the 70,000 square foot facility dedicated to pharmaceutical third party logistics and value-added services. The healthcare in...

    News From Tracelink Nexus17 Conference

    Leading companies within the pharmaceutical supply chain met June 7-8 in Barcelona, Spain at the Nexus17 conference hosted by TraceLink. The event brought together manufacturers, management consultants, contract packagers, industry associations, transportation services, logistics experts and other TraceLink partners from around the world to learn from each other and from prominent thought leaders about news, challenges and opportunities concerning serialization within the pharmaceutical supply c...

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