Continued volatility and uncertainty in the end-to-end supply chain have changed the way business leaders calculate improvements to supply ecosystems. The traditional year-over-year incremental improvement has given way to adaptability. Businesses that have thrived are driven by talent, supply chain visibility, and low change barriers.
Recently American Medical sought an organization with proven capability in product design and manufacturing to support a new, lead-lined container for transporting nuclear medicines. They believed that bringing this new product to market could, in addition to facilitating American Medical’s own transport needs, potentially open a new market in medical transport packaging in which American would have a competitive edge.