Logistics Briefing – A Month In Logistics

November’s Exclusive Content – Logistics requirements for the Covid-19 vaccine.

By Thomas Cullen, Ti

As the world waits for a Covid-19 vaccine to be approved and deployed, all eyes are still on how, and how quickly the vaccine will be distributed. The logistics solutions required are familiar but packaging remains a pivotal issue along with ‘time criticality’.

The initial distribution hurdle will be a challenge but supply chains and resources will evolve as demand moderates. Logistics networks might just have what it takes to bring us a step closer to the end of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Post-Covid express market, Delivery man wearing mask holding package

NEW market forecasts from Ti:

Post-Covid global express market set to surpass €500bn by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 7.5% from 2020-2024

The global express & small parcels market will reach a total value of €501.2bn in 2024, according to new Ti forecasts for the post-Covid market.



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