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TED@UPS Intro: Wanis Kabbaj

What lessons can we learn from the blood in our veins to make transportation more efficient and sustainable?

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Wanis Kabbaj, Director of Global Strategy in Healthcare Logistics, Transportation Geek

WannisKabbajWanis Kabbaj works at the intersection of biology and transportation.

As the director of global strategy for healthcare logistics at UPS, he finds ways for organizations to transport their temperature-sensitive medicines and biotechnologies safely around the world.

Before this, he supported UPS’ global forwarding department, helping multinational corporations manage their air freight across 200 countries.

Prior to working at UPS, Kabbaj contributed to the brand strategy at Renault-Nissan as they expanded into emerging economies.

Kabbaj is a dual citizen of Morocco and France and holds an MBA from the ESSEC Business School in Paris.

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