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DHL Offering New Life Science Packaging in Singapore

Logistics giant DHL has a new range of temperature-controlled packaging as part of its DHL Medical Express services in Singapore. The latest service offering completes the series of Thermo Packaging, which is now available to life sciences and healthcare clients here.

The DHL Express office in Singapore is the first within the Asia Pacific network to offer this full range.

DHL Medical Express manages the transportation of time and temperature-sensitive shipments for the life science industry. The solution comprises the outbound shipping of certain medicines and supplies to clinics and hospitals, through to the inbound return shipping of patient specimens to laboratories and research organizations.

"The biomedical industry is a key pillar supporting Singapore's economic growth. The nation's integrated ecosystem has seen companies tap into the multidisciplinary capabilities available for clinical research and trials. Armed with the essential knowledge and capabilities, we are confident and well equipped to serve Singapore's growing biomedical industry and beyond," said Yasmin Aladad Khan, senior vice president, DHL Express Southeast Asia.

The new temperature-controlled packaging range provides options for temperature sensitive shipments categorized in three most commonly required temperature zones, namely ambient (15-25 degrees Celsius), chilled (2-8 degrees Celsius) and frozen (-20 degrees Celsius).

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The DHL Express office in Singapore is the first within the Asia Pacific network to offer this full range.

DHL Medical Express manages the transportation of time and temperature-sensitive shipments for the life science industry. The solution comprises the outbound shipping of certain medicines and supplies to clinics and hospitals, through to the inbound return shipping of patient specimens to laboratories and research organizations.

"The biomedical industry is a key pillar supporting Singapore's economic growth. The nation's integrated ecosystem has seen companies tap into the multidisciplinary capabilities available for clinical research and trials. Armed with the essential knowledge and capabilities, we are confident and well equipped to serve Singapore's growing biomedical industry and beyond," said Yasmin Aladad Khan, senior vice president, DHL Express Southeast Asia.

The new temperature-controlled packaging range provides options for temperature sensitive shipments categorized in three most commonly required temperature zones, namely ambient (15-25 degrees Celsius), chilled (2-8 degrees Celsius) and frozen (-20 degrees Celsius).

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