This takes the number of life science and healthcare centres run by DHL to 28 worldwide. Marco Quiros, the head of business development for life sciences and healthcare at the firm, said:
“Our facilities and specialised services give us greater flexibility to control customers’ freight when incidents occur by having 24×7 visibility and an infrastructure in place to recover freight and store it, maintaining its integrity.”
A great deal of medical research is carried out in Atlanta, explaining why it was chosen. For example, it is the home of the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
Quiros added that it was not just staff employed at these facilities who were trained to deal with medical products. Staff throughout the world are well equipped to handle medical products.
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