Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong
Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: with most flights grounded globally, freight capacity is a life and death matter for Johnson & Johnson-owned drugmaker

  • For supply-chain managers charged with making sure medicines reach patients amid rapidly shrinking aviation traffic, buying up freight capacity in advance has become critical
  • Rising demand for limited cargo space have caused freight rates to doubled, says Janssen’s head of supply chain, Asia-Pacific, warning ‘It is going to get worse’

Topic |   Pharmaceuticals
Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong
Aircraft grounded at Hong Kong International Airport amid coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Winson Wong
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