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Sentry Logistic Solutions Launches Foreign Trade Zone Service
Date:11/7/2007

tate-of-the-art 50,000 square foot cold chain storage and distribution center in Indianapolis.

"The international life science community will realize powerful gains from Sentry's Foreign Trade Zone Service," said Jennifer Marcum, Sentry's chief executive officer. "Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies will benefit financially by utilizing our FTZ designation, and they will benefit operationally by leveraging our expertise in handling, storing and transporting temperature-controlled drug products and components. Our FTZ Service opens the door for this highly-regulated sector to finally reap the same advantages that manufacturers in more traditional industries have always enjoyed."

Sentry's strategic location in FTZ #72, covering the Indianapolis metropolitan area, makes it one of the only dedicated third party logistics providers for the life science sector with certified designation (FTZ #72 Sentry Logistic Solutions) in the United States. Additionally, Sentry's headquarters in Indianapolis also provides other logistical efficiencies including close proximity to five major interstate highways (allowing access to 75 percent of U.S. businesses within a 24-hour truck drive), the second largest U.S. FedEx hub and the Indianapolis International Airport.

Sentry's FTZ Service compliments the company's robust outsourced business model that allows it to play a variety of key roles for its clients, depending on their supply chain needs. This includes short-term, long-term, emergency and contingency storage, logistics and distribution programs utilizing refrigerated, frozen or ambient temperature conditions, as well as fully outsourced supply chain solutions.

About Sentry Logistic Solutions

Sentry Logistic Solutions is one of the few cGMP temperature-controlled storage and third party logistics (3PL) providers in the United States to exclusively serve the global pharmaceutical, biotechnology and health care industries. Its facilities, infrast
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