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DHL offers US-Mexico express to pharma, clinical research
Date:2018-07-10 Readers:
GERMANY's DHL Express, the world's leading express services firm, has launched an enhanced US-Mexico pharma and clinical research service through DHL Medical Express (WMX).

The DHL Medical Express (WMX) that DHL started in Mexico last year minimises difficulty within a complex supply chain, the company press release said.

With this service, DHL Express can manage the export and regulatory requirements for urgent shipments with specific temperature requirements - from several major cities in Mexico to most US destinations in less than 24 hours.

The company's market-leading network in Mexico has been enhanced via the DHL WMX clinical trial platform, which includes a bilingual customer service centre.

The service includes dry ice supplies and temperature-controlled packaging, online bookings and supply ordering facilities that connects sites.

Said DHL Americas life sciences chief Brian Bralynski: "Given the complexity Ministry of Health approvals in Mexico, having an integrated system enables DHL to begin the export process ahead of time when samples arrive at our facilities."

Mr Bralynski said this enabled DHL to extend collection times, allowing time to schedule patient visits and still export the day of collection.

DHL launched its integrated Medical Express service from Colombia in 2014 and has since expanded the service to Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama and Peru. Expansion plans for this service in the near future include Brazil and additional markets within Mexico.
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