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LONDON/MADRID: April 24, 2018. IAG Cargo is marking the launch of World Immunisation Week (24-30 April), a global public health campaign by the World Health Organisation (WHO), by celebrating its partnership with Biological E.Limited, a biopharmaceutical company based in Hyderabad, India.

Biological E.LimitedImmunisation programmes currently avert two to three million deaths a year but 1.5 million more could be avoided if vaccination coverage improved, according to the WHO.

Commenting on the partnership with IAG Cargo, Biological E.Limited COO Lakshminarayana Neti said: “Having a trusted supply chain partner is ever so crucial. IAG Cargo has been an extremely reliable partner. Two billion doses of delivery across 90 odd different countries and there have been no failures what so ever.”

The company employs nearly 2,000 in its vaccine division producing close to two million vaccines a day that take five to eight years to realize from concept to commercialization.

IAG Cargo says it carries over 3.5 billion doses of vaccine per annum via 109 quality-approved gateways. They include Yellow Fever to Brazil and Africa; Smallpox to Nigeria; Pentavalent vaccines to India, Central and South America; Polio to Syria and Africa; Ebola to the US; Prevanar 13 to the US, Europe and China; and Polio vaccines to Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria.

The most significant vaccine by volume carried by the company is Pentavalent which contains five vaccines in one targeting diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B and haemophilus influenza type B.

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