Pharma logistics firm WDSrx cuts ribbon on new distribution facility in Dayton

By Emily Bader
Dayton | Jun 28, 2018 at 7:00 am

WDSrx – Woodfield Distribution LLC, a logistics services provider, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its recent opening in Dayton.

WDSrx, which is based on Florida, works with pharmaceutical manufactures to move medication within the supply chain to dispensers and patients.

This is WDSrx’s first New Jersey location and the first in the Northeast. It currenty has hubs in Florida and Texas.

The distribution and warehouse space is approximately 63,500 square feet.

The ceremony was attended by New Jersey community and corporate leaders, including South Brunswick Township Mayor Charlie Carley; council members Joe Camarota Jr., Jo Hochman and Archana “Ann” Grover; New Jersey State Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker; and Cathy Scangarella of Choose New Jersey.

“Innovation and technology are key factors contributing to business growth in New Jersey. Companies like WDSrx contribute to our State economy from a business perspective and also as leaders in their field to attract new businesses,” Zwicker said.

“Our role at WDSrx in our new Dayton, N.J. facility is to provide healthcare supply chain solutions to help patients access treatment as soon as possible. We thank South Brunswick Township, the State of New Jersey and Choose New Jersey, Inc. for their support in helping us make our new distribution facility in New Jersey a reality,” Adam Runsdorf, president of WDSrx and a graduate of Rutgers University, said in a prepared statement.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader