Medpace is known for its industry-leading study setup timelines. We routinely deliver initial collection kit supplies to clinical sites within three weeks of an approved Laboratory Services Agreement and we fulfill resupply orders in real time so that they are delivered to sites within 24 – 48 hours of request.
As part of our mission to deliver superb customer service and site support, we have recently expanded our kit building capabilities in the US and are currently expanding in the rest of the world.
Medpace Adds New Logistic Facility to its Clinical Research Campus
In June of this year, Medpace opened the doors to its custom-built logistics facility on its clinical research campus at its headquarters in Cincinnati Ohio. With the addition of this facility, Medpace’s central laboratories can support the ongoing growth and requirements of its clients. The new facility can accommodate 15-20% year-over-year growth with total kit production and distribution hitting 500,000 kits annually. Kit building output has already doubled since moving into the building.
“Medpace’s central laboratories has earned a stellar reputation in this industry because of our focus on providing exceptional service, speed and quality,” commented Patrick McDermott, Associate Director of Logistics at Medpace. “This new facility allows us to further develop that reputation.”
Global Logistic Updates for Medpace’s Central Laboratories
Medpace is also making significant investments into global logistical capabilities in our wholly-owned facilities across the globe. A new logistics center in Belgium will be operational by the summer of 2019 where we will be investing in new equipment as well as doubling the space from 5,500 square feet to 10,000 square feet.
In addition, warehouse space will be increased before the end of the year in our central laboratory located in Singapore.
To learn more about Medpace’s central laboratories and how our recent expansion can benefit your next clinical trial, contact us here.
Watch the short 2-minute video below on Medpace’s Sample Management and Logistics