DHL’s Clinical Trials doubles number of depots

DHL has further strengthened its global Clinical Trials Logistics network by doubling the number of its global depots from 8 to 16 to include India, China, Panama, Canada, USA, Chile, Argentina and Lebanon. DHL now offers its Clinical Trials Logistics (CTL) service across 64 countries worldwide. This expansion of DHL’s expertise enables it to service […]


DHL has further strengthened its global Clinical Trials Logistics network by doubling the number of its global depots from 8 to 16 to include India, China, Panama, Canada, USA, Chile, Argentina and Lebanon. DHL now offers its Clinical Trials Logistics (CTL) service across 64 countries worldwide.

This expansion of DHL’s expertise enables it to service additional key research sites around the world, to integrate emerging markets into global supply chains and to strengthen customers’ global research efforts.

“Clinical research is becoming increasingly global and so is the demand for clinical trials logistics,” says Chris Tierney, director of the Clinical Trials Logistics service at DHL Supply Chain. All the clinical trials depots are working to global industry quality standards. Further depots, such as a Middle East multi-market hub, may be added to the network if demand arises.