Covid-19 vaccines logistics

Swiss logistics companies are preparing to deliver Covid-19 vaccines as quickly as possibly around the world.

This content was published on December 16, 2020

A key logistics challenge for some of the Covid-19 vaccines is that they need to be kept at very cold temperatures. To address this, Swiss firm Skycell has developed temperature-controlled logistics containers complete with monitoring devices to ensure the vaccines stay stable.

Skycell is also working with a logistics platform called the Hope Consortium to facilitate the worldwide distribution of Covid-19 vaccines. The initiative was launched by the United Arab Emirates to deliver 1.8 billion Covid-19 vaccine vials around the world by the end of 2021.

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