Redi-Mail Opens Pharmaceutical Sample Distribution Facility

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NEW YORK--Dave Duffy, a sales consultant at Redi-Mail Direct Marketing discussed the June opening of his company's new state and federal Drug Enforcement Administration - approved sample distribution facility at the 2006 DM Days New York Conference & Expo.

Redi-Mail, Fairfield, NJ, is an operating unit of Redi-Direct Marketing Inc. and a provider of sales and marketing support services, including list management and sourcing, database, lettershop, mail and fulfillment capabilities.

"As a result of becoming one of a select list of licensees for the American Medical Association's list of physicians', we decided to open a state-of-the art facility for sample distribution," Mr. Duffy said. "This expands our capabilities, enabling us to offer a full-service solution for pharmaceutical marketers."

Redi-Mail's new 20,000-square-foot facility also is located in Fairfield. It includes an approved narcotics caged area, features biometrics authentication, high-resolution surveillance cameras and 24/7 security monitoring.

Inventory control and distribution is managed by computer technology and quality systems in a paperless warehouse environment that provides real-time inventory control and accuracy.

Redi-Mail employees are trained to adhere to the strictest security standards to ensure that clients' fulfillment projects are managed end-to-end in a reliable and efficient manner.
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