Vaccinating the Supply Chain with Andrew Kelley
Andrew Kelley and Joe Lynch discuss vaccinating the supply chain. Andrew is the Chief Commercial Officer at BoxLock, a company that facilitates secure vaccine transfer for biotechs, manufacturers, labs, hospitals, and clinics.
About Andrew Kelley
Andrew Kelley is the Chief Commercial Officer at BoxLock. Andrew is an experienced technology executive and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in supply chain, logistics, SaaS, software, and technology-enabled services businesses. Prior to joining BoxLock, Andrew held leadership positions at Bell Creek Partners, Haulme, Omnitracs, and Dell. Andrew has an MBA from Harvard Business School, a Masters in Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Science from North Carolina State University.
BoxLock is the industry leader in secure, unattended delivery technology. The company’s inventory, access, and security solutions integrate into existing systems to help businesses make their supply chain more efficient, accountable, and reliable in the first and final mile. BoxLock’s unique combination of barcode scanner and connectivity allows an unprecedented level of secure integrations without the need for complicated and unreliable mobile software or key fobs.
Key Takeaways: Vaccinating the Supply Chain
Vaccine Supply Chain and Logistics Challenges
- There are many supply chain, transportation, and logistical challenges facing the healthcare community tasked with developing and rolling out the vaccines. Some of the top concerns are:
- Distribution capacity to move the vaccine from production facilities to clinics, hospitals, and doctors’ offices.
- Maintaining ultra-low temperature to ensure the integrity of the vaccine.
- Safe, secure transfer of the vaccine.
- Visibility of the vaccine from production to consumer.
Driving Visibility, Security, and Accurate Audit Logs
- Many medical and pharma supply chain managers use BoxLock’s access control and inventory management solution to make supply chains more accountable, more reliable, and more efficient, wherever assets are transferred.
- BoxLock has developed a unique padlock with a scanner that enables supply chain visibility and security at the point of asset transfer.
- The smart padlock works with a broad range of hasped storage containers, refrigerators, cabinets, and doors, for maximum compatibility and security. Note: a hasp is the metal hinge mechanism that enables a container or door to be locked.
- BoxLock is easy for delivery drivers to recognize and use for unattended deliveries. For secure unattended deliveries, the package barcode is scanned by the padlock scanner, the container opens, and the package can be put in the secure container and locked.
- The BoxLock scanner can also be used to facilitate secure vaccine transfer within biotechs, manufacturers, labs, hospitals, and clinics.
- In medical facilities, personnel badges can be scanned by the BoxLock scanner. The scan feature enables real-time visibility and a more accurate audit log.
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