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BOMI Group joins the Veratrak-led Integrated Warehouse Project aimed at connecting Healthcare and Life Science (HLS) companies with their Logistics Service Provider (LSP) partners


BOMI Group joins the Veratrak-led Integrated Warehouse Project aimed at connecting Healthcare and Life Science (HLS) companies with their Logistics Service Provider (LSP) partners


July 2021


UK-based software provider to the life science industry, Veratrak, has announced a collaboration with BOMI Group.

BOMI Group operates in the field of logistics and management of advanced technology healthcare products, offering clients a wide range of tailored services: warehousing, temperature-controlled transport, Home Care solutions and other valued-added services in the supply chain of the healthcare sector.

The company has joined the Integrated Warehouse Project to leverage the industry-wide collaboration platform and move away from peer-to-peer (P2P) messaging between pharmaceutical companies and logistics partners. BOMI Group will benefit from Veratrak by connecting to the Integrated Warehouse Hub to facilitate better data transfer between it and its HLS partners.

The Integrated Warehouse is a cloud-based hub, backed by blockchain technology and is the first ever HLS-LSP decentralized data exchange platform.  Blockchain technology will be used at participating organizations to verify data coming into the Integrated Warehouse message hub, thereby creating a single and irrefutable source of truth for all messages that are shared between Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS) companies and Logistics Service Providers (LSPs).

Felipe Morgulis, COO at BOMI Group, said: “We are excited to collaborate with Veratrak and participate in this cross-company collaboration that will streamline our operations and allow for easier integration with our clients.

“We chose to partner with Veratrak as the Integrated Warehouse Project will provide us the ability to reduce the time required to onboard new customers and leverage anonymized data captured across all participating companies.

“We are eager to work with Veratrak and the other companies involved and reap the benefits of the Hub and believe we are better positioned now to reach our sustainability goals, optimize our supply chain operations and provide better service for our HLS clients.”

Jason Lacombe, CEO of Veratrak, said: “We are thrilled to welcome BOMI Group to the Integrated Warehouse Project. We are excited to work with BOMI group and help the company work more efficiently and increase its visibility while capturing data exchanged across its supply chain.

Veratrak offers solutions purpose-built for the life science industry and is being continuously developed by industry experts, enabling the firm to provide digital solutions that solve unmet market challenges.

For more information about Veratrak and its platform visit

About Veratrak

Veratrak connects the pharmaceutical supply chain to solve its most complex operational challenges. 

Veratrak’s award-winning software solutions simplify complex workflows and enable collaboration, visibility and data-sharing across the full industry supply chain. Its solutions are built on blockchain, which ensures workflows are secure, immutable, and auditable.

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About BOMI Group


BOMI GROUP is an international leader in the field of integrated logistics at the service of the Healthcare sector. Bomi Group is the logistics partner of over 150 multinational customers worldwide including the main players in the medical devices, in vitro diagnostics, biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors. The Group is currently present in 20 countries around the world, with a particular focus in Europe and South America, employs over 2,400 employees and has its own fleet with which it makes daily deliveries to hospitals, clinics, laboratories, pharmacies, and home patients. For more information about Bomi Group you can visit or follow them on Linkedin


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Last Updated: 24-Aug-2021