UPS to launch new tech- enabled healthcare solutions

Owing to latest announcement, UPS Premier has announced advanced services for the current healthcare and life science customers. As a result, UPS will launch a new portfolio of tech-enabled monitoring and sensing solutions in order to help with highest-quality tracking, visibility and management options for critical healthcare shipments.

Furthermore, sources allege, the UPS healthcare operations will be in sync with technology-driven quality management, and certification system in order to be able to meet with high-quality operating standards and to ease the performance of verification. In order to achieve this, UPS is creating a dedicated Healthcare and Life Sciences (HCLS) unit.

Sources allege, the UPS Premier product line will also help in introducing various levels of service for healthcare customers. The system will also help in leveraging UPS’s Smart Global Logistics Network package in order to help track capabilities along with next-generation, on-package sensor technology and will further also activate priority flow paths, contingency actions, sortation and delivery services especially for critical healthcare shipments.

Experts allege, the new portfolio will be UPS’s most comprehensive priority-handling services especially for time-dependent, temperature-sensitive packages and for priority-handling services. This will further also boost the on-time reliability.

“We’re giving customers an exceptional amount of visibility and security for their most critical healthcare and life sciences shipments,” commented David Abney, chairman and CEO. “With these technologies and processing plans, we will have greater flexibility to protect these urgent packages along the ‘chain of custody’, provide contingency solutions and ensure best-in-class service reliability.”

The solution is regarded as an expansive effort undertaken by UPS to retrofit UPS’s facility network with smart, IoT systems in order to track healthcare packages. The latest technology-enabled solutions are alleged to come online Q1 2020.