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Colombian startup Picap to expand its operations in Mexico while increasing its services portfolio.
Vaccination Campaigns Threatened by Side-Effects
Weekly Roundups
After several accusations against the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, immunization campaigns slow down.
Ana Riquelme Executive Director of AMID
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Ana Riquelme
Executive Director
Mexico’s top position as a medical devices manufacturer can be strengthened by increasing domestic consumption.
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Marcos Pascual
Commercial Director
Pharmacies have been a constant support system for patients battling COVID-19, which makes vaccination essential for employees.
Deepak Chhugani
Startup Contributor
Deepak Chhugani
Founder & CEO
Nuvocargo expects 2021 to be a marquee year for Mexican industries, as companies bring their supply chains closer to home.
News Article
Both companies have taken further steps in Mexico. IKEA is opening its first store and Amazon a new shipping center
Diversifying Vaccine Manufacturing Hubs for Equal Distribution
Weekly Roundups
As world leaders work to avoid COVID-19 vaccination inequality, some countries introduce traveling measures to stop local outbreaks.
Home Care and Safe Mixing Services for Public, Private Sectors
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Patrick Troop
Managing Director
Pharma Tycsa
Pharma Tycsa moves toward mixing compounding services and home care to secure patient care.
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2021 brought a considerable increase in air freight in Mexico. Is this an alternative for the aviation industry’s recovery?
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