Noble Logistics wins healthcare contracts

Noble Logistic Services, a subsidiary of Phoenix-based Noble International, has been awarded three dedicated delivery service contracts worth a total of $3 million annually. Noble will provide dedicated delivery services to pharmacies and healthcare providers owned by Pharmacy Corporation of America, Cardinal Health of South Texas and Omnicare of Baltimore. Lloyd Jones, III, president & CEO of Noble

Noble Logistic Services, a subsidiary of Phoenix-based Noble International, has been awarded three dedicated delivery service contracts worth a total of $3 million annually.

Noble will provide dedicated delivery services to pharmacies and healthcare providers owned by Pharmacy Corporation of America, Cardinal Health of South Texas and Omnicare of Baltimore.

Lloyd Jones, III, president & CEO of Noble Logistics, said those agreements further Noble's expansion into the healthcare industry, focusing on same-day delivery of pharmaceuticals.

Noble Logistics operates in 17 states through 24 locations. Its parent company, Noble International, is a supplier of automotive parts, component assemblies and services to the automotive industry. It also provides dedicated regional logistic services for the fabrication and assembly of rough terrain lift trucks, truck-mounted forklifts, and wheeled tractor scrapers.

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