Yusen wins Jurox animal healthcare contract

Animal healthcare specialist Jurox has awarded Yusen Logistics UK a contract for warehousing and final mile distribution in the UK and Ireland as part of a strategic move to appoint one global partner.
Yusen Logistics already handles Jurox’s international cross border airfreight, together with its complete outbound and inbound flows from Australia to worldwide destinations.
Jurox is one of Australia’s leading animal pharmaceutical manufacturers, with international markets including Europe, New Zealand and North America.
Yusen Logistics UK will provide temperature-monitored storage and transportation to over 40 destinations through a dedicated healthcare facility.
David Hunter, global supply chain manager for Jurox, said: “We’re excited to develop our offering within the UK and Ireland, and strongly believe that Yusen Logistics is the right logistics partner to support our ambitious growth plans for these markets.
"They have implemented a support structure that has vastly improved our global shipping operations with great effect as we now look to further strengthen our position within the international animal healthcare industry.”
Frank Packman, general manager – healthcare for Yusen Logistics, said: “Jurox is an innovative and dynamic company to work with. We’re proud to be serving Jurox clients across the world and look forward to further developing our relationship together.”

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