DHL Supply Chain acquires NTA in Mexico; will expand its presence in the pharmaceutical sector

DHL Supply Chain, a multinational logistics company, announced the acquisition of New Transport Applications (NTA) in Mexico. This company specializes in logistics services for the pharmaceutical and health care sector, with which it will seek to strengthen and strengthen its position and install capacity in the industry.

Mexico is the second largest pharmaceutical market in Latin America, also driven by the Treaty between Mexico, the United States, and Canada (T-MEC), the largest health care market in the world.

NTA has more than 20 years of experience in the Mexican market. It has gained recognition in the sector, serving more than 80 clients with services that include storage and transportation of products that require refrigeration and controlled temperatures.

“This acquisition continues to support DHL Supply Chain’s objectives of providing added value to our customers in the Mexican market. We are confident that this will provide significant growth opportunities for our customers and people,” said Agustín Croche, President of DHL Supply. Chain Mexico.

Likewise, he highlighted the importance of the incorporation to strengthen the segment within the group, thanks to NTA’s experience in the health sector.

“Bringing more than 600 employees to the DHL Supply Chain Mexico family excites us; NTA is a company that makes more than 165,000 trips in this segment of the health sector, which reinforces the capabilities that we already have today in DHL Supply Chain. Mexico of the market method and also reinforces our commitment with this great country”, he said.

Currently, NTA distributes more than 43 thousand tons per year under high-quality standards and has commercial agreements with all the airlines in Mexico to serve the different actors in the pharmaceutical product chain, including hospitals, sales representatives, pharmacies, and patients.

“Being part of DHL Supply Chain is very important and positive news for us and a recognition of our fantastic team of people who have moved this company since its foundation 20 years ago. We look forward to integrating our knowledge and experience in cold chain management with the resources and skills of the world leader in logistics for the benefit of our people and our customers, “ Rafael Figueroa, CEO of NTA

Source: T21

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