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Contracts Awarded to Deliver Urgent Medicines into UK after Brexit

Three companies have been awarded contracts for the express freight service to deliver medicines and medical products within 24 to 48 hours if there is a no-deal Brexit.

Contracts have been awarded to UPS, DFDS and Biocair for the Department of Health and Social Care’s express freight service. The new service will help to ensure that patients and care providers have access to medicines and medical products after Brexit.

The new service was initially announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock in August.

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