Priority Solutions understands we are serving patients. We are committed to supporting our clients every time they need to ship time critical clinical trial supplies or time sensitive biological samples.
Logistics are becoming increasingly more complex as trials become more global in scope and as therapies trend towards large molecule biologics. In some cases, the available solutions can influence country selection for a given trial due to the complexity of the regulatory environment, or the limited availability of effective transportation options.
Our team of global logistics specialists understands the complex supply chain processes required to move Investigational Medicinal Product (IMP) shipments within the country of destination and internationally. We work in partnership with trial sponsors to design an optimized solution, and encourage that collaboration takes place as early as possible when planning for the trial.
As a non-asset based 3PL Priority Solutions objectively evaluates available options on behalf of our clients. We provide recommendations that will best support the trials’ objectives and provide shipping lane verification, as well as risk assessment services. Once the solution has been designed, our team of professional logistics experts manage the end-to-end process.
- Packaging recommendations
- Contracting transportation services
- Providing validated shippers
- Facilitating import/export process
- Online visibility with proactive shipment status notification
- Bulk reverse logistics at close of trial
- Program and account management and reporting
Our goal is simple. Let the sponsors and investigator sites focus on developing leading edge therapies. Let us serve as the subject matter experts when it comes to the logistics of getting it done.
Case Studies: Same Day Dosing
When an investigator site ordered the required medication a week in advance of a breast cancer patients' appointment there was no on-hand inventory. Changing the appointment wasn't an option, the drug was in Europe, and the patient was in the United States. It was a mission-critical logistics challenge.Download Case Study Opens in a new window