Peli BioThermal has extended its network in the Middle East with a Credo on Demand drop point in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The drop point is the latest location bringing shipping options to the region, and the facility puts Peli BioThermal on track to realise its plan to exceed 100 network stations and drop points for its rental programme in early 2019.
With healthcare expenditure in the Gulf Cooperation Council projected to reach $104.6 billion by 2022, according to a 2018 GCC Healthcare Industry Report by Alpen Capital, the region is a significant key growth area for Peli BioThermal.
The Jeddah facility expands the Credo on Demand rental programme by providing additional drop points of returns for reusable shipping assets providing protection of life sciences and pharmaceutical payloads transported globally.
Dominic Hyde, vice president of Credo on Demand says: “Adding another drop point in key logistics hubs in the Middle East will allow our customers in pharmaceutical distribution the flexibility and convenience to choose the best drop-off location for their business needs.”
The Jeddah facility is focused on receipt of Peli BioThermal’s rented shippers through their Credo on Demand programme, which provides rental options for temperature controlled containers such as Credo Cargo, Credo Xtreme and Credo Cube.