UPS has announced an expansion of its global healthcare distribution facility network in the Asia Pacific region with the opening of three new facilities in Hangzhou, China, Shanghai, China, and Sydney, Australia. The new facilities represent nearly 35,000 sq m of healthcare-compliant distribution space, bringing the total number of UPS dedicated healthcare facilities around the globe to 36, with more than 1.5m sq m of space. The new facility in Hangzhou opened in the third quarter of this year and consists of 22,000 sq m of healthcare distribution space. The Shanghai facility, located within the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, comprises 7,575 sq m and provides access to one of the largest consumption markets for healthcare products. UPS's Sydney facility is 5,388 sq m of dedicated healthcare distribution space, serving companies looking to set up distribution in Sydney to serve regional markets.