“Insights” Podcast #4 featuring MSD | Sustainability in the supply chain through the lens of a pharmaceutical manufacturer

The fourth episode of our Pharma.Aero podcast focuses on environmental sustainability along the supply chain from the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s perspective.  Ruud van der Geer, Associate Director, Supply Chain Management at MSD, provides a comprehensive exploration of sustainability in the distribution and logistics sector.

A central focus of the conversation revolves around the areas with significant room for sustainability improvements. The interview sheds light on a range of strategies for optimizing freight, reducing emissions, and embracing more sustainable practices.

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Pharma.Aero launched the podcast “Insights” as a powerful platform for its members and partners, to further showcase their valuable expertise and insights on topics relevant to our industry.

In a world where sustainability is no longer negotiable, this series stands as an essential resource for industry professionals and sustainability enthusiasts alike. Focusing on actionable strategies and collaborative mindsets, “Insights” paves the way for a more eco-conscious pharmaceutical industry.

Episode 1 features Darrel Chong, Global Head of Lifesciences & Healthcare at PSA BDP, Andreas Behnke, CEO and Station Manager Basel at Swissport, and Florence Lehec, Head of Marketing at Emball’iso.

Episode 2 showcases Samuel Speltdoorn, Senior Business & Network Development Manager Cargo at Brussels Airport, Jacques Le Comte, Business Development Manager at Topa Thermal, and Miroslav Skorepa, COO and Co-founder of Hive Zox.

Episode 3 presents Damien De Chillaz, CEO and Co-founder of KatalX, Fabrice Panza, Cool Chain Solutions Manager at Etihad Cargo and Andy Faes, Regional Manager Healthcare Vertical Europe at Expeditors.

Pharma.Aero podcast is now available on popular podcast platforms, and on youtube, for those who prefer a visual experience.

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