Latin America Cargo City continues to specialize in pharmaceutical logistics, and is set to incorporate serialization traceability to its broad spectrum of activities to take place within its airport free zone. This is yet another step in the direction that LACC embarked in several years ago, with the commencement of its first pharma cross-docking operation.
“We are excited about the steps we are taking”, mentioned Karina Salles, Pharmaceutical Operations Manager at LACC. “We have systematically been incorporating operations of higher levels of sophistication, including parts of productive processes such as inkjetting, labelling, stickering, etc., all within a GMP environment. Being able to provide serialization traceability is an additional step in the same direction, particularly given the imminent requirements from the health authorities in neighboring countries, such as ANMAT and ANVISA in Argentina and Brazil,” she added.
Companies will be able to continue optimizing their long hauls by centralizing to LACC, but upon any shipment preparation, the serialization traceability will be performed both at the pallet and at the master box level. There are some discussions regarding the generation of the serialization at a unitary level moving into 2024.