Japan Co-Logistics Project Aims For Efficiency, Compliance
Shionogi, Ono, MTP Collaborate
Three Japanese pharma firms say their new joint logistics project will help more efficient distribution to wholesalers, optimize delivery labor in an ageing society and comply with tightening regulations.
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