Pharma Logistics Wins Department of Defense Contract to Provide Pharmaceutical Reverse Distribution Services

April 5, 2021

Pharma Logistics announced it has secured the Pharmaceutical Reverse Distribution Program with the Department of Defense.

Pharma Logistics (www.pharmalogistics.com), the industry leader in reverse pharmaceutical distribution services, today announced it has secured the Pharmaceutical Reverse Distribution Program (PRDP) with the Department of Defense— Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) covering the United States Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines. Pharma Logistics will service these agencies with programs focused on compliance, value and customer service while providing insight and analytics on the pharmaceutical returns process.

Pharma Logistics’ ability to provide best-in-class on-site services, credit collection, reconciliation and customer support was paramount in the selection for the Department of Defense. Services will be provided from its Chicago area headquarters and processing center.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the OCONUS division and to resume our relationship with the CONUS division,” said President and CEO Michael Zaccaro. “By selecting Pharma Logistics for their reverse distribution service, these agencies are partnering with the leader in expired returns in the market today. Our focus on compliance and credit collection allows these service members to focus on their mission of patient care, not expired pharmaceutical returns.”

As an independent company with a singular focus on pharmaceutical returns, Pharma Logistics has a deep understanding of changing environments and regulations and offers various reverse distribution programs to fit the needs of its customers. In addition to servicing the Department of Defense, Pharma Logistics provides pharmaceutical returns to thousands of hospitals and independent retail pharmacies across the nation.

To learn more about how Pharma Logistics provides services to various government agencies, call 888.729.7427 or visit www.pharmalogistics.com.