Services Portfolio

CoachMan is supporting and advising various clients in the creation of new business solutions in the areas as listed below: (mogelijk al drop-down menu)

Supply Management

  • Logistics strategy development (global and in-country)
  • Design and implementation of distribution systems, global and in-country
  • Forecasting
  • Quantification
  • Management information systems
  • Planning
  • Transfer to & Implementation of local solutions
  • Last Mile distribution

Quality Assurance

  • Regulatory requirements including product registration files and registration regulations and procedures
  • Design and development of quality assurance systems, in strict compliance with internationally accepted GMP and GDP requirements
  • Quality Assurance auditing requirements
  • Supplier pre-screening tools. The design provides the user a ranking based on a percentage score for each supplier screened,


  • Profound knowledge of the global pharmaceutical market, both in relation to raw materials and finished products
  • Pharmaceutical procurement strategy development
  • Medical Supplies and RDT (CE & ISO certified) sourcing and contracting
  • Product quantification and it’s relevance for a sustainable supplier – client relation
  • Supplier identification, sourcing, and pre-qualification in compliance with international standards
  • Development of Expressions of Interest, Requests for Proposals, Indefinite Quantity Contracts, Long Term Supply Contracts etc.
  • Procurement contract management

General Management

  • Management of complex projects and organizations
  • Organizational strategy development and implementation
  • Performance-based / Results-based project design, management and reporting
  • Public Private Partnership development
  • Business development
  • In-country supply management strategy, planning, implementation and management
  • Development, implementation and management of a Procurement Service Agent
  • Compliance with international funding requirements, such as USAID, Global Fund, WHO and the World Bank.