Shropshire baby deaths: Ockenden report delayed until March

“Alongside this, we will continue in our work to implement in full the measures set out in the first report, where we have made strong progress and have already completed over 60% of the actions, and we will address any new actions raised in the final report with the same focus and resolve we have brought to the initial recommendations,” she said.

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Medikabazaar to expand warehousing capacity in underserved regions, Health News, ET HealthWorld

New Delhi : In order to strengthen the company’s supply chain infrastructure, B2B Health-tech platform Medikabazaar announced the expansion of warehousing capacity across India. The target behind the expansion, is to reduce the wide supply chain gap between metropolitan and tier-II, tier-III cities.

“The geographical expansion is aimed at reducing delivery turnaround times, ensuring better availability of medical supplies in underserved regions and rural areas, thus improving accessibility of healthcare supplies and facilities in the remotest regions of the country. It will setting up over 45 fulfilment centres across the country amidst the rising consumer base for the health-tech services provided,” a company statement said.

Speaking on incentives behind the expansion, Vivek Tiwari, CEO and Founder, Medikabazaar said “The expansion of fulfilment centres will play a major role in easing the distribution and delivery of products but also reduce costs in the long term. Fulfilment centres provide storage for both finished products and materials, packing and distribution services, and numerous other advantages. This expansion will help us serve our current high growth phase and create a positive impact in tier-II and III cities as we will directly serve our customers in almost every state with multiple fulfilment centres that will

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