The pharmaceutical industry has many regulations and requirements imposed by the government to protect the end user, and that means the collective us. Of such regulation is FDA-regulated, temperature-controlled storage and distribution. In Indianapolis, Ind., LSL (Life Science Logistics), a national provider of healthcare supply-chain solutions, has begun construction on a 280,000-sq.ft. facility, the company’s second in the area that will allow LSL to double its cold chain storage.
When combined with the existing 526,200-sq.ft. at Brownsburg, the Whitestown facility brings LSL’s total combined Indianapolis footprint to 806,200-sq.ft. of mixed-use, FDA-regulated storage and distribution space. Like the Brownsburg location, Whitestown will feature best-in-class technology and automation to ensure world-class performance.
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