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Yusen Logistics launches temperature assured airfreight solution for AstraZeneca [22/May/2013]
CEVA opens its ‘City of Pharma’ in Italy [15/May/2013]
CEVA has officially opened its new ‘City of Pharma’ in Italy. The hub is fully dedicated to the warehousing and handling of products destined for healthcare distribution channels. Read Full Article...
Imperial Logistics buys stake in Nigerian logistics company MDS [15/May/2013]
UTi Worldwide opens multi-client centre in Taiwan [26/Apr/2013]
Sanofi-Aventis reinforces its presence in Morocco [22/Apr/2013]
Sanofi-Aventis, the pharmaceutical company, has reinforced its presence in Morocco by developing a new logistics hub in Casablanca and signing three collaborative agreements with the government to improve the care of patients in the country. Read Full Article...
DHL expands accreditation for secure cold chain transport [17/Apr/2013]
DHL Global Forwarding has expanded its Qualified Envirotainer Provider (QEP) Accreditation to 30 stations in locations across the world including Germany, France, UK, the US, Egypt, Dubai, Japan and China. Read Full Article...
Lehnkering invests in new capacity for temperature-sensitive products [12/Apr/2013]
Yusen Logistics enhances EMEA healthcare coverage [08/Apr/2013]
Jan de Rijk wins contract for Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo [22/Mar/2013]
Jan de Rijk announced the win of a contract with Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo in the Nordic region. Jan de Rijk will begin road feeder services from Amsterdam Airport to/from Copenhagen and Billund. Read Full Article...
Dukal enters Savannah market [14/Mar/2013]
Dukal Corporation, a supplier of disposable medical products, has chosen the Port of Savannah as its major port of entry, and established new distribution center space in Savannah’s Foreign Trade Zone. Read Full Article...
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