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IDC: Pharmaceutical industry ups inventory levels as OTIF rates fall

Pharmaceutical | November 19, 2020

The decrease in OTIF can be credited to various issues all through the flexibly chain, as indicated by the report. Respondents noticed that diminished interest for non-COVID-19 medications and lost assembling limit were two of the most widely recognized interruptions.

Walgreens Boots Alliance Global Chief Financial Officer James Kehoe noticed the drop sought after on an income call a month ago, saying the organization was encountering "lower interest for contents and administrations, reflecting diminished footfall."

The greatest effect hosts been at the third-gathering coordinations level as transportation issues originating from tight limit swell across businesses, as per the IDC report.

"Administering endpoints have seen the littlest effect, likely an element of high industry stock levels," the report peruses.

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