Hokey Min of the College of Business Administration, at Bowling Green State University, explored Africa’s maralia problem through logistics. He developed a comprehensive supply chain map that reveals the labyrinths of African logistics infrastructure, distribution channels, government regulations and business customs.
This could improve access to anti-malarial drugs as well as avoiding disruption to the drug supply chain. The paper appeared in the International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management.
Source: Kruger Park News
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