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UPS develops US field stocking network for medical devices
UPS has announced that it has developed a healthcare-compliant network of field stocking locations across the US. Read Full Article...
Marken appoints Paul Rice VP EMEA
Marken has announced the appointment of Paul Rice as its Vice President for Logistics EMEA region. Read Full Article...
DHL adds 13 Americas locations to its Thermonet network
DHL Global Forwarding announced that it 13 locations in the Americas to its Thermonet network for the life sciences and healthcare industry. Read Full Article...
Marken continues expansion in Latin America
As part of its ongoing expansion in Latin America, Marken has opened a new office, and its own legal entity in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Read Full Article...
DHL opens road freight terminal in Taulov
DHL Freight has moved its operations in the west of Denmark to a new, 5,700 sq m terminal in Taulov. Read Full Article...
DHL Supply Chain announces executive appointments
DHL has announced the appointment of two new executives; Graham Inglis as Chief Development Officer and Paul Graham as Chief Executive Officer MEMEA. Read Full Article...
trans-o-flex to launch new temperature controlled network
trans-o-flex has announced that it will introduce a new network for the actively temperature-controlled transportation of pharmaceuticals. Read Full Article...
DHL begins construction of 90,000 sq m Singapore facility
DHL Supply Chain announced that it has begun work on an integrated build-to-suit logistics warehouse facility worth more than €90m at Singapore’s Tampines LogisPark. Read Full Article...
Marken launches customs bonded warehouse in Frankfurt
Marken announced that it has been granted approval for a customs-bonded warehouse within the Marken depot in Frankfurt, Germany. Read Full Article...
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