PharmaServ Express' Expertise and Commitment to the Filipino Help Bridge Logistics Gap in PH Vaxx Program 27 December 2021
Due to the worldwide pandemic, the country has experienced an enormous logistics gap that heavily affected the supply chain across industries. Supply of food and other basic goods in various areas was affected by lack of transportation, especially during lockdowns.
Thankfully, the country's vaccination drive has been spared from such problems due to the expertise and vast experience of PharmaServ Express in providing medical cold-chain and logistics needs for the government's national vaccination program.
Proving that the government made the right choice in selecting its cold-chain and logistics partner, PharmaServ Express effective delivered the needed vaccines to various local government units (LGUs) in the country since the start of the vaccination program early this year.
"This is mainly due to the company's competence and expertise in handling these life-saving vaccines," said Andrian Perez, president of PharmaServ Express, Inc.
"Providing logistics is one thing but delivering world-class service to our fellowmen is another thing. Our company takes pride in living up to its commitment to excellent service," he added.
Living up to its status as the No. 1 Filipino-owned cold-chain and logistics firm in the country, PharmaServ Express more than effectively managed the integrity of vaccines entrusted to them, keeping them safe from arrival until its distribution to various parts of the country.
Since the start of the vaccination rollout, the cold-chain firm has recorded no wastage, thanks to its meticulous and safe handling of vaccines, from storage, packing and distribution to local government units (LGUs).
PharmaServ Express is the only company in the country that uses a biothermal case system that maintains the required temperature of the vaccines while being transported to various areas of the country.
It also has more than sufficient manpower and ground assets to transport the vaccines throughout the Philippines via land, sea and air and deliver them in a timely manner.
"To deliver world-class service to our fellow countrymen was our objective for the year and we will strengthen and carry out this practice until the end of the pandemic," said Perez.
With the government planning to increase its COVID-19 immunity vaccination target from 70 percent to 100 percent due to emerging variants, PharmaServ Express is more than ready for the challenge.
"We still have a long way to go, but PharmaServ Express is more than ready to face this challenge. We are fully equipped and fully capable," Perez said.