Patheon Named Supply Chain Resiliency Partner of the Year

Home » Patheon Named Supply Chain Resiliency Partner of the Year

Patheon Named Supply Chain Resiliency Partner of the Year

Patheon Supply Chain AwardPatheon, a leading global provider of high-quality drug development and delivery solutions to the pharmaceutical and biopharma sectors, has announced that the company was selected as the winner of the “Supply Chain Resiliency Partner of the Year” award by the Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council.

The award was presented at RESILIENCE 2017, the Annual Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council Conference and Awards Gala on Wednesday, 1 March 2017, in Silicon Valley (CA, USA).

The awards programme is designed to recognise organisations and individuals that serve as role models and leaders in driving supply chain resiliency strategy success within their company, supply chain network and across industries.

The awards committee considered nominations from across the industry, including its general membership of more than 1000 members worldwide, comprising OEMs/brand owners, suppliers and experts from the Council’s technical adviser, Resilinc.

Selection of the Partner of the Year winner was based on a number of criteria and input related to customer collaboration practices and culture, technology adoption, and overall maturity level of processes and best practices, as well as the organisation’s commitment to institutionalise best practices and demonstrate innovation and continuous improvement with time.

“Patheon is honoured to be recognised for excelling in customer collaboration and innovation. The company is committed to developing solutions to supply chain challenges to help us deliver on the promise of a fully integrated supply chain for our customers,” said Rebecca Holland New, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Operations, Patheon.

Bill Hurles, Executive Director, Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council, said: “Patheon has taken the key steps to transform a complex and fragmented supply chain problem by implementing ways to reduce risk, not only for themselves, but for the customers who count on their services.