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GDP (Good Distribution Practices) transport of medications

Good Distribution Practices (GDP) is a quality system for storage places and distribution centres for medications. Internationally accepted pharmaceutical DGP regulations determine that distributors of pharmaceutical products must work according to the GDP standards. The supervision ensures that your entire production chain gets consistent quality control systems, from the first delivery of raw materials to the factories, to the last shipment of the finished medications to the end user. An independent assessment of compliance with the standards according to international GDP requirements is the most effective way to prove that your quality control system complies with the guidelines of the GDP.
Since 2016, Transport Rien Boom has been meeting the requirements for eligibility for GDP certification. In practice, transport according to GDP guidelines means that the transport must be cooled and monitored and that this is documented in the right way.

For GDP transport, Transport Rien Boom has over 26 vehicles equipped with Genset.  Our personnel is certified with a GDP awareness certificate and is regularly informed of the latest gadgets related to Gensets and Reefers via a training course.



What is GDP?

  • A GDP license is granted by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport .
  • Guarding product quality of pharmaceutical products within the distribution process
  • Accessibility of information for authorized agencies
  • Temperature check upon receipt of goods
  • Recording and registration of temperature during storage
sgs GDP gecertificeerd. Good Distribution Practices

Good Distribution Practices

ISO 9001

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