From PPE Supply Chain Triage to PPE Supply Chain Recovery

May 04, 2021

In 2020, global PPE supply chains heaved and sputtered as the pandemic disrupted manufacturing and distribution channels in ways never seen before or predicted. Law enforcement and other critical responders scrambled to secure reliable and trusted products, while headlines like Businessman charged hoarding PPE, price gouging health providers directed a spotlight on bad players taking advantage of a global crisis.

Now five months into 2021, the supply chains are gradually healing, but starts and stops in recovery will continue to throw monkey wrenches into supply availability, consistency, and quality. As we begin to see hints of normalization in the months ahead, it might even be tempting to relax our all-hands-on-deck approach to navigating the world’s PPE market. Until the pandemic is fully controlled, however, contributing factors like port closures and delays, and a world-wide, two-fold increase in glove usage since June 2021 (source: RevCycleIntelligence, April 5, 2021), will continue to burden the supply chains before they can be restored to pre-pandemic reliability.

How does Pharmacorr help agencies maintain regular operations and keep its employees and recipients of public services safe?

Maintaining regular operations and keeping your employees and those to whom you provide services safe is critical. Pharmacorr is a trusted organization with a professional leadership team. We have been a responsible supplier to over 1,500 state and local entities across the U.S, and are licensed by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

Pharmacorr has been providing PPE to Corrections industry customers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, including recent orders for law enforcement entities across the U.S. Spanning a full range of high-quality PPE supplies such as masks, face shields, gloves, gowns, and sanitizer, Pharmacorr is continuing to achieve fast turnaround and price competitive deliveries.