Life Science Logistics expands its Indianapolis facility

More CII and refrigerated storage

Life Science Logistics (Dallas) has opened a 2,350-sq.ft vault (pictured) for CII (Class II controlled substances) and also a 2,700-sq.ft. space for refrigerated (2-8°C) storage at its existing Indianapolis facility. That location now have just under 400,000 sq.ft of capacity.

“We’re seeing increased demand for refrigerated space from our pharmaceutical and biotech clients,” said Richard Beeny, CEO, adding that LSL chose to expand at its Indianapolis location because of Indiana’s geographic reach and the city’s tax advantages for its clients. The CII expansion was driven, in part, by the reclassification, last year, of CIII hydrocodone to CII.

Life Science Logistics has four US locations (Dallas, Indianapolis, Baltimore and Atlanta, totaling 1.35 million sq. ft of capacity exclusively for life sciences products. In addition to the storage, it offers 3PL logistics services, including distribution, order to case and regulatory compliance.