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Medical Supply Fulfillment

Our services include pick and pack operations, custom kitting, hand assembly, shrink-wrapping, packaging and labeling, high bay warehousing, and both domestic and international shipping.


Our state-of-the-art warehouse and fulfillment centers, feature 250,000 square feet of climate controlled storage space and convenient proximity to major highways, rails, and other shipping and distribution hubs. PSC is a full-service, international source of pharmaceutical, medical, and dental supplies to federal civilian agencies, as well as, branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.

PSC is registered as a bulk pharmaceutical repackaging facility with the Food and Drug Administration.

Services offered include:

  • Procurement of pharmaceutical, medical, and dental equipment and supplies
  • Distribution
  • Storage
  • Repackaging
  • Relabeling
  • Custom unit-of-use prepacks
  • Custom medical, dental, and diagnostic kits and assemblies
  • Clinical trial management and distribution center
  • Pharmaceutical shelf-life extension programs
  • Specialized assistance and logistical support for Presidential initiatives, national emergencies, and medical readiness programs
  • On-site training for supply-chain management
  • Technical assistance and supply support for foreign assistance projects
  • Shelf Life Extension Program (SLEP)

Offered To

All federal agencies


Mark Burchess
(410) 642-0702

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Service Resources

Medical Supply Products and Pricing
Medical Supply Return Goods Policy
Medical Supply Bulletins
Clinical Trials Program
Repackaging Program


Medical Supply Fulfillment Case Study [PDF 578KB]

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Medical Supply Fulfillment [PDF 560KB]


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PSC's assistance in performing a full inventory of agency stored items, provides a tremendous cost savings to the agency at a time when fiscal responsibility is of utmost importance, by limiting the need for new furniture procurements and reducing storage costs."

— Denesh D. Malaveetil, Program Specialist, Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals, Office of the Chief Judge

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