Global supply issues have ALK thinking creatively

The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously unbalanced the global supply chains, causing increasing freight rates and instability. Thinking on its feet, ALK needed to come up with alternative solutions to keep production running. "It might not all look pretty, but we are managing."

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Massive bottlenecking and tough competition to acquire needed components, like filters and sterile bags, have forced the allergy firm ALK to think of creative solutions to avoid production of its vaccines slowing down or coming to a halt.

The Danish firm has plants in Denmark, Spain, France and the US, and in all locations, the allergy group uses several products and raw materials to produce its allergy vaccines, which target against common allergens including grass, dust and pollen.

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