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Date:5/6/2010

ilities of their own.

MEDEX Global Solutions has always helped our clients in getting to the departure point. But now, depending on the plan selected, we will bear the cost of that transportation.

“This is a significant difference from our competitors,” says Charlie LeBlanc, president of ASI Group, the security arm of MEDEX Global Solutions. “Often, as in the case of Abigail Jones, getting to the departure point is the most difficult and dangerous part of a security evacuation.”

MEDEX Global Solutions arranged for a reputable security-trained driver and an additional escort agent to pick up Jones from the orphanage. With her escorts, Jones safely made it to the airport. The driver and agent remained with Jones and then stayed at the airport until they were certain that her flight had taken off. Within a few hours, Jones was home safely in Alabama.

In addition to protecting travelers like Jones, MEDEX Global Solutions now uses its own security analysts to determine the best time to evacuate from a situation. “We found that we often want to get our travelers out even before the State Department announces an evacuation,” says LeBlanc. “Of course, we will always defer to a traveler’s home government, but frequently, we will evacuate prior to any government declaration.”

MEDEX Global Solutions clients may also now receive security email notifications, paid evacuations for natural disasters, and the ability to choose their preferred hospital during a medical evacuation. This integration of medical and security programs help protect MEDEX Global Solutions clients with any type of situation they may encounter abroad.

About MEDEX Global Solutions:
MEDEX Global Solutions was created when MEDEX Global Group acquired leading security provider ASI Group in May 2008. This is the oldest and largest independently-owned provider of global travel, security and medi
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