The sustainability Label for Logistics
Certified Good Distribution Practices
An efficient and secure supply chain for pharmaceuticals saves lives on a daily basis.
Good Distribution Practices (GDP) is a quality assurance system for warehouses and distribution centers of medicinal drugs. Internationally recognized pharmaceutical regulations require that distributors of pharmaceutical products align their operations with the GDP standards. The scheme ensures the availability of a consistent quality management system throughout the supply chain; from the supply of raw materials to the production and the final delivery of finished drugs to the end user.
An independent assessment of compliance with the international requirements of GDP is the most effective way to determine if your quality management system is aligned with GDP. The GC-Mark for Good Distribution Practices builds upon the framework of the World Health Organization and can be used to inform stakeholders that your business operates in full compliance.
The GC-Mark for Certified GDP:
- Confirms compliance with the requirements of the World Health Organization
- Identifies potential for improvement in the supply chain
- Focuses upon quality management, organization and staff, warehousing, documentation, complaints, recalls, and many more
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