Inspiring supply chain innovation for international development

  • Streamline stock velocity
  • Initiate resource mobilization
  • Manage production scheduling
  • Reduce stockouts and expiries
  • Best value and best quality products
  • Savings through pooled procurement
  • International best practices
  • Navigate regulatory environment
  • On-time and in-full deliveries
  • Cost-effective transport
  • Custom and waiver clearance
  • Safe, reliable shipments
  • Modular pharma-compliant storage
  • Fast, affordable remote installations
  • Improved in-country infrastructure
  • Professional, durable construction
  • Tailored, accurate, real-time information
  • End-to-end visibility and tracking
  • Data-driven decisions
  • Improved chain of custody
  • Safe, effective, fit-for-use products
  • Prequalification of vendors
  • ISO 9001:2015 QMS certification
  • Sampling and quality testing system

PFSCM strengthens public health supply chains, ensuring lifesaving commodities are accessible and available to communities in hard-to-reach places. We help donors, governments, non-profit organizations, and humanitarian agencies achieve their public health goals through cost-saving procurement, efficient logistics, pharmaceutical-grade storage, and real-time data tracking. PFSCM demonstrates its commitment to customer satisfaction and service excellence through our ISO 9001:2015 certified Quality Management System, which underpins all of our processes, systems, and services.

By The Numbers

In 2017

84%

of deliveries of products to fight HIV and malaria were made on time and in full (OTIF)

More Than

$5.55 billion

in lifesaving commodities delivered to 101 countries since 2005

Only

0.02%

commodity losses thanks to our rigorous security and quality assurance measures

More Than

$175 million

saved for clients through shipment planning to maximize ocean and road freight and minimize air freight

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PQMD member @PFSCM shares article on data in the public health supply chain https://t.co/LQdgXlue4T

In 2017:
10 million people fell ill from tuberculosis.
3.6 million people with tuberculosis were missed by health systems.
1.6 people died from tuberculosis.
Unacceptable.

This week at #UNHLMTB we are joining forces to reach those missing people and tackle #TB head on.

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