Hristo Petkov, Maersk’s Global Vertical Head of Pharmaceuticals and speaker at the forthcoming Containing COVID-19: Containerisation’s role in global vaccine logistics, answers questions on how the vaccine rollout is progressing.
The maritime industry is on course to play a much larger role in the battle against coronavirus as new vaccines come on stream. Maersk, the world’s largest shipping company, will inevitably be one of those leading the charge once vaccines can be transported by sea. But how is the vaccine rollout going? And how will it develop? To find the answers to these questions and more, we spoke to Hristo Petkov, Maersk’s Global Vertical Head of Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare.
Petkov spoke to Trans.INFO ahead of his appearance at Alcott Global’s February Movers and Makers Cold Chain summit, which featured 1-on-1 virtual networking, a panel discussion with experts, and speeches by C-level speakers from Global Manufacturers, NGOs, airlines, airports, ports, 3PLs, and more.
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