Integrated Solutions

The Servier supply chain is built to deliver the right product with the right quality at the right place and at the best cost. Our processes and supply chain flows are focused on client satisfaction, and we ensure internal coordination within the organization to reach the performance level needed at the best global cost to our clients. We continuously monitor our logistics performance.

Our supply chain organization is fully integrated into Servier, with multiple partners across business development, manufacturing, distribution, clinical and commercial partners and global operations. This ensures a high level of regulatory and safety compliance across the global Servier network. We have a proven track record of providing a compliant product in the right place and at the right time. These efficiencies provide reductions in cost and time to market for your product.

The Supply Chain Organization

We have recently enhanced our supply chain organization to meet the increasing complexity driven by the development of our product portfolio, with many new fixed dose combinations and new flows and supplies. Supply chain operations are integrated into our business across geographical locations and personnel required for forecasting, packaging and distribution.

Six departments provide enhanced Supply Chain Operations support.

  1. The Demand department provides forecast management support to our manufacturing sites and clients and ensures consistency of processes.
  2. The Planning department ensures adequate capacity within the supply chain to meet the demand of service targets, stock and cost, as well as defining and implementing stock policy.
  3. The Performance department establishes a culture of sustainable performance within the supply chain using operational performance tools.
  4. The Distribution and Quality Assurance department is tasked to pilot and optimize local distribution structures and deploy the platform network. It also coordinates distribution activities with regard to pharmaceutical compliance.
  5. The Engineering Supply Chain Management and Projects department defines and implements new flows (product, information and financial) associated with the development of partnerships and new products to pilot the supply chain project portfolio and to assist the teams in the use of logistics IT systems.
  6. The Products and Partnerships department represents supply chain interest in development projects in order to capture and evaluate initiatives of new products and partnerships.