MARCH 9-13, 2020 . ORLANDO, FL
Visit us at the Intelligent Health Pavilion #7273-33
The global impact of COVID-19 novel coronavirus is rightfully causing many hospitals to discuss and re-evaluate how hospitals respond and deal with this crisis. Critical to providing patient care is ensuring the hospital frontline workers are well protected, and to this end hospitals are scrambling to ensure all necessary supplies including PPE are available to their staff and employees.
Due to supply chain disruptions, hospitals are understandably stocking up on available critical supplies. This is causing tremendous pressure and stress on hospitals when it comes to storing these supplies safely and in an easily accessible manner, when even in normal times, excess unused space is non-existent.
Contact us to learn more about how Pycube can help you safely store critical COVID-19 supplies during this time of crisis.
Pycube manages over 200,000+ square feet of secure hospital grade storage at two warehouse complexes in the Northeast and in the Mid-Atlantic regions. Hospitals are our customers, and we take pride in knowing how do develop and provide solutions to address their specific requirements. We maintain long term relationships with dedicated transport partners to insure that we can deliver on-time every time per customer request. We currently deliver to over 300+ customer locations weekly and we are SLA driven for customer satisfaction. No two hospitals are the same, so Pycube’s responsiveness is a true asset for our customers.
Our warehouse facilities and teams take shipment directly from customer vendors reducing substantial drag at the hospital facilities themselves for receiving and processing inbound deliveries from vendors. Our IMS / Inventory Management System operates via barcode / QR code or RFID tag systems and provides a real time view of warehouse inventory and communicates via API with the customers internal supply chain software platforms. In addition, our IMS enables remote scheduling of inbound vendor shipments and scheduling of delivery orders of requested materials to customer locations.
In our warehouse and supply chain businesses, we see ourselves as an extension of your team and your facilities. We can operate fully independently as a managed service provider, or act as a linear extension of your existing team and operations. Our goal is to find and operate the solution that delivers the outcomes that each customer requires and ultimately enables the best possible operational, logistic, financial and patient care outcomes.
During the current pandemic, it is critical that hospitals have the type of partner that is just that, a partner and not simply a vendor so that the mutual success of everyone is assured.