Highest possible safety for temperature-controlled medicinal product transports officially confirmed
As an expert for temperature-controlled transports, TempTrans has been following an uncompromising path in terms of safety and reliability for years. This has now been confirmed to TempTrans by letter and seal: Based on the EU regulations of the Guidelines for Good Distribution Practise (GDP), which essentially regulate the compliance with quality criteria throughout the entire supply chain as well as define the protection against illegal medicines entering the legal distribution channels, TempTrans has received the GDP certificate.
"This is a confirmation of our consistent quality strategy. It is an important message for our customers, because they appreciate the good distribution practices we maintain." Thomas Engler, Managing Director of TempTrans, said. "Our performance promise as a service provider for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry is thus vouched for."
One of the prerequisites is that temperature control is monitored continuously - 24/7/365:
- Active real-time temperature monitoring of all interfaces
- Alarm system in case of temperature deviations
- 24/7 emergency management
- Central quality management
In order to maintain this highest possible level of quality and safety, employees and managers are trained regularly and with modern learning methods with regard to GDP and the pharmaceutically relevant legal changes.