Pharma.Aero reaches a remarkable milestone: 60 members and partners worldwide
Pharma.Aero marks a significant achievement as it welcomes its 60th member to the organization. With a clear focus on enhancing the transportation and handling of pharmaceutical products across the globe, the collaboration platform has been successful in establishing a strong and diverse network of industry stakeholders. The association’s members and partners, representing various sectors within the pharmaceutical supply chain, unite to foster collaboration, knowledge exchange, and best practices.
The membership and partner roster of Pharma.Aero boasts a remarkable range of organizations, including pharmaceutical manufacturers, airports, airlines, ground handlers, and other logistics providers. This diverse representation allows for a comprehensive and holistic approach to address the complex requirements of the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Trevor Caswell, Chairman of Pharma.Aero, expresses his enthusiasm about this achievement: “Reaching the milestone of 60 members and partners is a testament to the growing recognition of Pharma.Aero’s mission and the commitment of our industry to enhance the pharma supply chain. We are honored to welcome our new members and partners, who bring invaluable expertise and insights to our association.”
Frank Van Gelder, Secretary General of Pharma.Aero, underlines the significance of such a remarkable growth: “It is with great pleasure and satisfaction to see how Pharma.Aero attracts many different partners within the industry of life science and MedTech industry. The constant pace of onboarding new members and associate partners confirms there is room for a cross-sectional collaboration and assures our vision and mission is tailored to bring value to our industry and contribute to the improvement of the end-to-end supply chain of healthcare treatments of tomorrow.”
Pharma.Aero was founded in 2016 by Brussels Airport and Miami International Airport as an organization focused on improving pharma handling and quality in the air cargo industry worldwide. Along with the Founding Members, BRU and MIA, other stakeholders of the air cargo supply chain joined the organization. Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) and Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) were the first airports to join as Strategic Member, representing Asia, and the Middle East, respectively. Over the years, Pharma.Aero expanded and matured into an industry thought leader by developing projects, providing expertise and insights and addressing new trends, thus fueling the changes needed for tomorrow’s life science and MedTech logistics strategies.