Water Cooler Chat Session: Importing Clinical Supplies into South America | May 14, 2020

South America is known for having inconsistent requirements for importing clinical supplies. A shipment identical to one that was smoothly imported two weeks ago may be rejected, and unfortunately in most cases one does not know there is a problem until customs is verifying the shipment. 

Check out this audio recording with Rich Nelson, PCI’s Sr. Manager of Global Logistics, about the steps one can take to ensure clinical trials in South America are appropriately supplied, and what risk trade-offs need to be considered.

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