Sourcing or importing the IMPs and their supportive products is a challenging process for many researchers and this is more prominent with the countries like China and Japan where understanding the regulations is difficult due to the language barriers and rapid changing norms for making imports.  Many key players in logistics are unclear about the […]

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Getting the study drug at the right time is challenging for any clinical trial, and this is more prominent with multi-regional clinical trials. To import and have the IMPs and ancillaries at the clinical trial sites in time, the sponsors need to have the right people, processes, facilities, and technology in place. Generally, the sites […]

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As clinical trials have become increasingly global and complex, ancillaries have grown in volume, type, and expectations. The clinical trials supplies market is projected to reach  USD 2.5 billion by 2025 owing to the logistics services with the increasing number of clinical trials involving temperature-sensitive drugs. Currently, North America is the largest market for clinical […]

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The conduct of clinical trials is a demanding process. This requires not only the hiring of resources to perform various activities but also the material to support to actually execute different activities and processes. Some of these materials can be investigational products. But, a vast number of products could be non-investigational products required for the […]

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