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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New Delhi, Delhi Jul 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – New Delhi, 20 July 2021 COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly impacted every dimension of human life, and caused a hazardous disruption, especially in the healthcare sector, affecting millions of people around the globe.
The sudden spike in the number of coronavirus-affected patients caused by the looming second wave of the pandemic dramatically increased the demand for oxygen supply. The global healthcare and supply chain industry has been intensely fighting with the scarcity of oxygen containers, liquid oxygen, and oxygen cylinders across several states of the country. As most infected patients required Liquid Medical Oxygen support to survive, India faced a significant shortage of required LMO with the sudden onslaught of the Covid-19 crisis.
During these tough times, the streamlined and extensive supply chain network of AWL India has efficiently delivered and distributed the global aid coming from several nations to various states and union territories in the country.
In addition to the government organizations, NGOs, and the logistics sector, more than 40 countries extended a helping hand towards India and supported the country. India has received around 19 oxygen generation plants, 15,801 oxygen cylinders, 11,321 oxygen concentrators, and about 5.5 lakh Remdesivir and Tocilizumab vials.
With a sigh of relief and confidence, Rahul Mehra, the CEO of AWL India says, “As a leading logistics company in India, we have been on the frontline since the very outset of the COVID-19 crisis, keeping the healthcare necessities and critical supply lines running. Supply chains were drastically impacted due to COVID-19, and AWL India, as a leader, made rapid, highly informed decisions to protect and support the people of India and to ensure steady supply chain operations”
Amid the oxygen supply crisis across several states in India, AWL has managed to map out a streamlined supply chain to create an uninterrupted and fluent supply of the much-needed oxygen concentrators, liquid oxygen, medicines, PPE kits, surgical masks, and other medical supplies, from the manufacturers & foreign suppliers to hospitals via last-mile delivery.
Advanced and robust logistics solutions and interactive dashboard CHAKSHU enabled AWL to access complete supply-chain visibility and real-time data for the steady management of medical supplies and biomedical materials at each phase of the supply chain to enforce effective administration. With the use of data loggers, RFID tags, barcoding, and labeling, regular alerts, IoT-enabled systems, notifications, monitors, keeping a track of the temperature-sensitive medical cargo has been simplified from the starting point to the last mile delivery.
AWL India is one of the fastest-growing logistics companies providing innovative, quick, and tech-savvy solutions at a global level. Striving to achieve the best we have pioneered a reputation of offering world-class logistic and supply chain management solutions.
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