In 2017, Johnson & Johnson led the way for life science companies in the Supply Chain Top 25, up eight spots to No. 13. Of the top 50 companies, nine were from the industry, up 50% from 2016. Life science supply chain leaders can use this research to study the capabilities of advanced supply chains.
- Common Themes in Top Life Science Supply Chains
- They Are Able to Translate Strategy From Words to Action
- They Optimize Their Supply Chains for the Present, but Keep an Eye to the Future
- They Build Supply Chain Relationships With Customers
- Highlights From the Top-Ranked Life Science Supply Chains
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