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Movianto wins CILT Award for Excellence in Supply Chain Innovation for work on vaccine distribution

On the evening of Thursday, March 17th, 2022, at the Royal Lancaster in London, more than 300 guests gathered to celebrate the CILT Awards for Excellence. These awards take place every year to honour “the very best individuals and organisations who have made a significant impact within the logistics and transport profession.” Among the 300 guests were 10 representatives from Movianto UK.

The logistics organisation had been selected by CILT as a finalist in the Supply Chain Innovation category, which focuses on significant, recent innovations that have led to a demonstrable transformation in the supply chain. Movianto had been selected for their innovative handling of the storage and distribution of the logistically demanding Covid-19 vaccine in the UK.

“Before we began working on it, neither a roll-out plan nor a supply chain for a vaccine that needed to be stored at -75°C existed. It had never existed, anywhere in the world. We had to start it from scratch,” explained Paul Wilkinson, President of Movianto UK.

“It was such hard work and dedication by all,” stated Cath Charles, HR Business Partner for Movianto UK.  “We delivered something really special. We saved lives!”

For their hard work and dedication to ensure the success of the Covid vaccine rollout, Movianto UK won the Supply Chain Innovation award that night, and the celebration was emotionally charged.

“From a personal perspective, the hard work, dedication and commitment of all those involved with the Covid vaccine operation was rewarded with winning the award,” said Gareth Brown, Regional Network Manager for Movianto UK. “Sadly only a handful of team members involved could be invited to the awards, but it’s due to everybody in every department who contributed that enabled Movianto to win.”

“This award is for every single Movianto teammate whose dedication and commitment has helped with the introduction and continued supply of the vaccines throughout the UK and further afield,” said Wayne Steele, Regional Head of Quality for Movianto UK.

“You forget to stop and reflect sometimes what the team at Movianto has achieved in the last 24 months,” added Cath Charles. “It has been exactly that, a team effort.”

“This award reflects the recognition of the Movianto UK team spirit, and reflects Movianto’s capabilities to set up and deliver customised solutions for healthcare logistics and distribution in the UK and throughout Europe,” stated Thomas Creuzberger, CEO of Movianto. “I am thrilled that the innovation and hard work of the organisation is being recognized.”

“It was such an honour to have spent the evening with some of my colleagues at the CILT awards,” concluded Paul Wilkinson. “Winning was just a bonus. My sincere thanks to all my colleagues at Movianto. This award is for each and every one of you.”

About Movianto

Movianto offers a single point solution for the storage and distribution of healthcare products. As part of the Walden Group, Movianto aims to be the preferred European logistics partner, offering the best quality of service for the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic industries. Movianto offers services in the full supply chain, such as GDP-compliant warehousing, temperature-controlled transport, and value-added services, such as QP-release, order to cash or GMP repacking. Movianto’s international customers benefit from a pan-European network, a wide range of medical logistics services and unique know-how, including ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 standards. Movianto has more than 3,600 employees and space for over 275,000 pallets in a network of 20 company-owned warehouses in 11 European countries and operates throughout Europe.

Read more at www.movianto.com

About Walden

Walden is a family-owned group founded in 1951 and specialized in logistics and transport solutions for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. With 70 years of expertise, it is now the European leader with a presence in 12 countries, over 5,000 employees and a turnover of €1.7 billion. The Walden Group has built its success on 6 companies specialized in logistics and transport for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Today the group is managed by Stéphane BAUDRY, grandson of the founder. The Group makes numerous investments and invests in specific digital solutions to increase security and quality in its subsidiaries. The main values of the group are integrity, quality and innovation in the service of public health.

Read more at www.walden-group.com

For more information, please contact

Laure Murat ­| Marketing and Communication at Walden Group

Mobile +33 (0)7 60 94 88 01

E-mail laure.murat@walden-group.com

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