NHS Supply Chain

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NHS Supply Chain is a joint venture between the Supply Chain Management Division of the NHS Business Services Authority and DHL. The organisation's role is to provide a dedicated supply chain to the National Health Service (NHS) in England.

History[edit]

The contract for the venture was signed in September 2006 and became active in October 2006. Before the outsource, the organisation was called NHS Logistics Authority and then simply NHS Logistics. Some elements of NHS Purchase and Supply Agency were also transferred over to the new organisation.

Locations[edit]

The organisation has a number of warehouses in the following locations:

There are three office sites:

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