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2020 PSCI Annual Report - Remarkable Agility

2020 PSCI Annual Report - Remarkable Agility

Publications & Newsletters
6 May 2021

We are very pleased to announce that the 2020 PSCI Annual Report was launched today, summarizing the progress and achievements we have made in advancing responsible supply chain practices within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries over the past year.

Key developments in 2020 include:

  • Growth in membership, with over 45 member companies now committed to the initiative and having adopted the PSCI Principles
  • A new three-year strategy adopted to deliver our refreshed vision for excellence in safety, environmental, and social outcomes across the whole of the global pharmaceutical and healthcare supply chain
  • Pioneering remote audit standards aligned with the PSCI Principles, now available to members on our community platform The Link, alongside valuable resources, news, and training materials
  • Strengthened partnerships with our Indian and Chinese partners, recognizing the importance of those countries for the pharmaceutical supply chain
  • Unprecedented levels of supplier engagement through two large-scale virtual supplier conferences in China and India, reaching 700+ supplier delegates
  • Expansion of our Board to support the delivery of our ambitious strategy
  • Measured improvement in PSCI member companies’ contribution to and use of PSCI resources to address supply chain issues.

2020 was an extraordinary year, full of large-scale professional challenges for our industry and its supply chain, not to mention the personal challenges we all faced in our own lives. We are proud of the way the PSCI adjusted to these challenges, showing remarkable agility. It is clear that the importance of responsible supply chain practices cannot be overstated and we are pleased to be able to drive positive change across the industry through our collaborative efforts.

We welcome comments and encourage you to share this report with your networks.

PSCI April 2021 Newsletter

Publications & Newsletters
8 Apr 2021

Our April newsletter reflects recent activities including our support to the Musi River Revitalization Initiative, the publication of our Benchmarking Survey Insights Report, and our outreach campaign on the vital issue of anti-microbial resistance. It also highlights our upcoming plans and events, such as our Virtual Spring Meeting, and external developments relevant to pharmaceutical supply chains.

CELEBRATING WORLD HEALTH DAY - PSCI POSITION STATEMENT ON PIE & AMR

Publications & Newsletters
6 Apr 2021

At the PSCI, we’re committed to doing everything in our power to limit that the spread and growth of two emerging threats – Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PiE) and Anti-microbial Resistance (AMR). That’s why for World Health Day, we’re excited today to launch our new Position Statement, which provides a clear explanation of the critical role we play in helping our supplier partners improve their manufacturing practices. The statement has been written to highlight the relevance of the PiE issue along the supply chain, to articulate the PSCI's position on this high profile topic, and to help answer stakeholder inquiries. It includes an overview of all PSCI resources on PiE and AMR-related issues.

  • Environment
  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance

PSCI Position Statement on the Revitalization of the Musi River in Hyderabad (India)

Publications & Newsletters
22 Dec 2020

The PSCI supports the efforts of the State of Telangana to reduce pollution of the Musi River, specifically in the immediate vicinity of the two drainage canals that flow into the world-heritage Hussain Sagar lake where a number of PSCI member suppliers’ operations are situated. Please find our full statement below.

PSCI WINTER 2020 NEWSLETTER

PSCI WINTER 2020 NEWSLETTER

Publications & Newsletters
18 Dec 2020

Our winter newsletter reflects recent activities including our Annual General Meeting, supplier conferences, and webinars. It also highlights our upcoming plans, and external developments relevant to pharmaceutical supply chains.

PSCI Summer 2020 Newsletter

PSCI Summer 2020 Newsletter

Publications & Newsletters
2 Jul 2020

The PSCI has recently published its Summer newsletter, reflecting on achievements in the first half of 2020 and looking ahead at a busy programme of exciting events and projects for the rest of the year.

Download the newsletter below to read about our efforts to digitalize our offer to suppliers, our position on important issues such as PiE/AMR, and the partnerships we’re forming with Indian and Chinese organizations. You’ll also find updates on PSCI audit findings from the past three years, our take on emerging issues in supply chains – and more!

PSCI Position Statement on PiE & AMR

Publications & Newsletters
27 Mar 2020

On behalf of the Board and Communications Committee and with thanks to the Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PiE)/ Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) sub-team for their expert input, we are sharing the recently adopted PSCI Position Statement on PiE & AMR. It has been written to highlight the relevance of the PiE issue along the supply chain, to articulate PSCI's position on this high profile topic, and to help answer stakeholder inquiries. It includes an overview of all PSCI resources on PiE and AMR-related issues.

  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance

PSCI Newsletter, December 2019

Publications & Newsletters Link
17 Dec 2019

Our latest newsletter, accessible at the link below, reflects recent activities including our Annual General Meeting, supplier conferences and webinars. It also highlights our upcoming plans, and external developments relevant to pharmaceutical supply chains.