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Rhenus signs contract with SINOMED

Rhenus signs contract with SINOMED

Rhenus Advanced Services, an order-to-cash company that brings support to medium-sized companies and start-ups who wish to be represented in Europe, has added SINOMED as a customer.

Since July, Rhenus Advanced Services is responsible for the warehousing and distribution of medical products. Furthermore, the Rhenus subsidiary runs the purchase order, sales order entry, payment processing and multilingual customer service desk for SINOMED in Europe.

The medical products for coronary artery disease, are stored at the 60,500 square metres site of Rhenus in Tilburg. This building is designed to store and handle valuable and sensitive products such as medical devices and complies with the highest standards in safety and security.

Rhenus holds a range of ISO certifications including ISO 13485, which covers the management systems required for the storage and distribution of medical devices. From Tilburg, Rhenus will deliver SINOMED’s products directly to hospitals and medical distributors in Europe and other territories.

“Having Rhenus as our strategic partner allows SINOMED to provide first class services to our clients. Handling the complex logistics of our medical devices is their core strength”, says Alain Aimonetti, COO at SINOMED.

“We are thrilled to support SINOMED with our order-to-cash services and experienced team of multilingual specialists which will allow for SINOMED to grow in Europe and beyond”, says Anna Solinger, business unit manager of Rhenus Advanced Services.

Founded in 2012, Rhenus Advances Services is the order-to-cash partner for medium-sized and global start-ups active in the medical device, life sciences and high-tech industry who wish to sell their products in Europe. In 2018, Rhenus Advanced Services moved to the Tilburg site.


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