Good Distribution Practice (GDP) regulates the distribution of health-care and Cold chain products from the premises of the manufacturer to the end user and is therefore part of the entire quality assurance process. It ensures that products are consistently stored, transported and handled under suitable conditions as required by the marketing authorization or product specifications during all aspects of the distribution process.
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is that part of quality assurance which ensures products are consistently stored, transported and handled under suitable conditions as required by the marketing authorization or product specification, mostly applicable in pharma industry. Temperature-controlled supply chain challenges when shipping medicinal and health-care products by air. The GDP Guideline will apply not only to the wholesalers and manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, it also incorporates the specific requirements for those involved in logistics and transportation who deal with pharmaceutical products. It is clear that those playing a role in the pharmaceutical supply chain must comply with these requirements, therefore the service providers such as transportation companies, the logistic service providers need to gain good understanding of what is required to be able to provide appropriate service to their clients.
Well Macsons Shipping has now been certified for “GOOD DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE” for “SHIPPING AND DISTRIBUTION SERVICES OF PHARMA PRODUCTS & MEDICAL DEVICES, COLD CHAIN & PERISHABLE PRODUCTS, FOOD & AGRI PRODUCTS”
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is an integral part of quality assurance in Macsons Shipping, which enables consistent storage, transport and handling of medicines, Vaccines under appropriate conditions, as prescribed by marketing authorization (MA) or product specification.
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