E-commerce is changing everything, and in order to keep up with the growing industry, healthcare companies need a solution they can trust.
The #1 Shipping Software for Healthcare Companies
Alleviate shipping pain points and start seizing competitive opportunities.
Finding a flexible and scalable shipping solution that relieves your unique pain points, such as security, time sensitivity, compliance, hazmat, tracking and business rules is imperative. ProShip Multi-Carrier Shipping Software is the answer.
Looking into optimizing your e-commerce strategy or thinking of creating one? Let ProShip alleviate compliance hurdles so you can start competing.
HEALTHCARE LEADERS GOING BEYOND THE BOX
Featured in Healthcare: Medela
As a leading manufacturer in the medical device industry, Medela knows that shipping can be a complex process.
As a supplier of breastpumps, breastfeeding supplies and healthcare solutions not only are Medela’s manufacturing processes subject to regulatory overview, but its distribution processes are as well.
In addition to dealing with the frequently changing carrier requirements, Medela needed to find a true solution for its shipping needs.
Stay Ahead of Hazmat Compliance
ProShip Multi-Carrier Shipping Software will now allow dangerous goods shippers to access up-to-date hazardous materials (hazmat) tables, robust validation checks and compliant shipping papers with partnership with Labelmaster.
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