DHL adds China to Thermonet network

DHL Global Forwarding is expanding its services for the life sciences and healthcare industry in China.
It has added Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen to the company’s worldwide DHL Thermonet network of certified life sciences stations.
The 2,000 sq m facilities in Shanghai and Beijing are owned by DHL Global Forwarding, while the airport facilities are located in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen with specific operational arrangements.
Altogether, the facilities in China offer more than 6,200 sq m of minus 15 degrees Celsius to plus 25 degrees Celsius cold storage space.
"Our customers in the life sciences and healthcare sector are looking for better ways to manage the risk of product damage and loss from temperature deviations in their supply chain," says Steve Huang, chief executive of DHL Global Forwarding China.
He adds: "DHL Thermonet tackles these requirements and offers China consignors and consignees access to a reliable end-to-end cold chain."

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