DHL builds pharma momentum by landing BMS deal

DHL will buy Bristol-Myers Squibb distribution centers in Mount Vernon, IN, as part of a deal in which it assumes U.S. distribution for the drug giant. The carrier will provide operations and finished goods distribution services, including cold chain storage. The deal continues DHL's momentum in the pharma industry; in February, it took over direct-to-pharmacy deliveries for Pfizer Australia and earlier this month integrated its ordering and billing systems with cold-chain specialist CryoPort's order-entry and tracking web portal. Item

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