Supporting our customers and protecting the wellbeing of patients worldwide "for when it matters the most" is the mission of our Pharma & Healthcare and Emergency & Relief logistics teams
Bringing your vaccine to market
At Kuehne+Nagel, we are doing everything we can to leverage our pharma & healthcare expertise to bring vaccines to market. Every day, we assist our customers by solving capacity issues and ensuring supply.
With offices all over the world, 230+ GxP-certified operations, and more than 3,000 dedicated pharma & healthcare specialists, we have the capacity, the ability, and the responsibility to play an essential role in the global distribution of vaccines to support humankind.
We can help you with:
A global network
A secure and reliable supply chain
The manufacturing process
Collecting the vaccine from manufacturers (drug product)
Delivering the vaccine to the needed markets
You can count on our numerous GxP operations, well-trained teams, and Emergency & Relief logistics team to provide everything crucial for a safe, successful, and expedient roll-out of any vaccine product and to deliver a flawless execution of your shipments worldwide in any market conditions.
Contact us today to find out more.
Covid-19 vaccine logistics
People everywhere now understand the product life cycle and specific transport requirements of vaccines, thanks to the media’s focus on vaccine development during the Covid 19 pandemic.
The global distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most significant logistics projects of our time. The size and scope of this project didn’t alarm us. It is unacceptable for us not to be at the forefront of the solution. Our network of over 1,200 offices puts us close to important stakeholders worldwide. We are already working with pharmaceutical companies, governments, and suppliers to ensure the smooth roll-out of the vaccine.
Can we handle this task? The work has already begun. Our teams are already supporting cold chain vaccine distributions, along with associated consumables for direct administration – needles, syringes, medical swabs, and more.