Insurance Industry Joins Forces to Protect Vaccine Supply Chain
Aon will donate all revenue from the 2021 program to charities working to lessen the pandemic’s human and economic impact.
Aon plc, as part of a broader coalition comprised of insurance players and adjacent industries, is introducing a supply chain protection program for COVID-19 vaccines that will deploy sensor data and analytics to more effectively manage risks while mitigating potential losses of the medicine.
The program will provide transparent marine cargo coverage through the use of sensor data and analytics. It will also ensure timely payments for doses subject to temperatures outside agreed-upon ranges during transport and storage. Real-time reporting of temperature deviations will help maximize the number of doses available to the public, Aon reported.
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