DOTmed August 26, 2022
John R. Fischer

UPS has acquired Bomi Group, a multinational healthcare logistics provider that facilitates warehousing and temperature-controlled transport among other services to the medtech and pharma industries.

The company will add over 350 of Bomi Group’s temperature-controlled vehicles in 14 countries, along with four million square feet, expanding its global footprint and speeding up shipping times.

The deal also creates greater production flexibility, introduces offerings to help UPS Healthcare attract new business, and adds nearly 3,000 highly-skilled Bomi Group employees to its network in Europe and Latin America.

“As a leading global healthcare logistics company, Bomi enhances our portfolio of services and accelerates our journey to become the number one provider of complex healthcare logistics,” said Kate Gutmann, EVP and president of...

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