Pharma Logistics broke ground today on its new facility on North Butterfield Road in Libertyville, Illinois. The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Pharma Logistics leadership and staff, village officials and valued guests.
The new 126,611-square-foot Pharma Logistics facility will be located near the company’s current corporate offices and will house new corporate office space along with a fulfillment center and eight loading docks. The new building serves to expand the company’s current operations taking place in both Mundelein and Libertyville.
“This new facility marks a significant step forward in Pharma Logistics’ growth,” said Michael Zaccaro, president and CEO of Pharma Logistics. “As a resident of this village where Pharma Logistics was founded, we are happy to be part of the growth and economic development here in Libertyville. The new state-of-the-art building will give us the room and resources we need to expand and better support the needs of our current and future customers.”
Zaccaro and David Malecki, COO of Pharma Logistics, spoke at the event, along with Jim Brucato, President of Principle Construction.
Principle Construction is serving as the general contractor on the project and Harris Architects provided design services. Construction on the building is expected to be completed in early 2020.
About Pharma Logistics:
Founded in 1996, Pharma Logistics is the trusted, proven industry leader in reverse pharmaceutical distribution services, including rapid credit, box and ship, onsite and drug take back programs. Pharma Logistics’ clients include hospital pharmacies, the Department of Defense and Veterans Health Administration, independent pharmacies, pharmacy chains and physicians’ offices. For more information about Pharma Logistics, visit the website at: pharmalogistics.com.
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