Daily Archives: April 22, 2016

DX returns to Clinical Pharmacy Congress 2016

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21 April 2016- DX, a leading independent mail, parcels and logistics end-to-end network operator in the UK and Ireland, will be exhibiting at the annual Clinical Pharmacy Congress from 22nd – 23rd April at the ExCel arena in London.

DX has a wealth of experience in delivering to the pharmaceutical industry and health sector. DX is trusted by wholesalers, pharmacy suppliers, major retail chemist chains and independent pharmacists to transport their important drugs, documents and equipment in addition to the movement of Category A & B specimens to hospitals and laboratories. DX is also the National Pharmacy Association’s recommended carrier, providing a secure prescription returns service for over 1,000 community pharmacists every month.

Positioned at stand B50, DX will be one of 150 exhibitors at the event, showcasing its services which include options for delivering samples and specialist medicines to hospitals and clinics across the country, and featuring services from DX Freight which allows DX to transport large hospital equipment securely.

Read more at dxdelivery.com

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Providing Clean Drinking Water to Flint Families

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EPISODE FOUR: Today most residents of Flint, MI still don’t have safe clean drinking water in their homes. Until a permanent fix can be implemented, many Flint families are relying on bottled water during the crisis. Recently, Holland and many of our St. Louis, MO and Birch Run, MI employees were involved in transporting and delivering more than 78 tons of donated water (or about 100 pallets full of bottled water) to Flint.

(L/R: Holland 2-million mile driver Roy Gillespie;
Rachel Jackson, Founding Exec. Dir. of Project
Compassion; Mayor Reggie Jones, City of Dellwood,
MO; Korey K. Johnson from the Korey Johnson Foundation)

The last week of February, three St. Louis, MO non-profits held a drive to collect donated bottled water to send to Flint. They rented a 20 ft. moving truck imagining they would never fill it. Their efforts were far more successful than any of the organizers could have imagined! They had hoped to collect 1,000 cases–instead they collected far more than 10,000 cases (over 200,000 bottles) of clean drinking water.

The drive was the brainchild of Rachel Jackson, the founding Exec. Dir. of Project Compassion Belleville. Her organization teamed up with 2 other nonprofits, the Korey Johnson Foundation and Beyond Limit Productions.

Read more at hollandregional.com

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