Digitalisation Firm, Atos Partners with Eupry to Build “Vaccine Logistics Monitoring as-a-Service” Solution

Atos | December 29, 2020

Digitalisation firm, Atos, has collaborated with Danish cold stockpiling fire up, Eupry, to build a "Vaccine Logistics Monitoring as-a-Service” solution.

The new arrangement will help governments and pharmaceutical companiesfrom around the globe to oversee and refine the supply chain for the enormous scope distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.

Many of the current Covid-19 vaccinations accessible available have testing stockpiling prerequisites, including various vaccines which should be stored at ultra-low temperatures of -80 degrees Celsius.

As the world gears up to vaccinate hundreds individuals in the coming weeks, customary supply chains will be stretched as far as possible.

The pair will consolidate Eupry's wireless data loggers with Atos' long-standing mastery in automation and observing along with its capacity to effectively execute enormous activities on a worldwide scale. Eupry's lumberjacks screen temperatures from - 200°C to 800°C, just as differential weight, stickiness and carbon dioxide across the logistics chain (fridge, freezer, transport and storage).


Supply chain optimization takes organization, customized tools and an experienced logistics partner to achieve. But to get you started on the path to supply chain success, here are some quick tips that help improve shipping processes and carrier relations. Keep these in mind when planning product paths and working with multiple vendors and shippers


Supply chain optimization takes organization, customized tools and an experienced logistics partner to achieve. But to get you started on the path to supply chain success, here are some quick tips that help improve shipping processes and carrier relations. Keep these in mind when planning product paths and working with multiple vendors and shippers

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