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The GDP Certificate is a certificate to maintain the level of quality around the distribution network of medicines, to guarantee the quality of the medicines. GDP stands for Good Distribution Practice or a good way of distributing. It is a quality system for warehouses and drug distribution centers.
The AEO Certificate (Authorised Economic Operator) is a certificate issued by Customs to companies that operate internationally. An AEO certificate offers companies advantages in international trade, for example, they are less strictly controlled in cross-border trade, which reduces the delay at borders. To get the status of Authorised Economic Operator a company needs to meet a number of security criteria. These criteria are based on the Community Customs Code and its implementing regulations.
Manufacturer’s/Importation Authorisation (MIA) is required if a company is involved in manufacturing and/or importation activities relating to human, veterinary or investigational medicinal product, within the EU.
Good manufacturing practice (GMP) describes the minimum standard that a medicines manufacturer must meet in their production process. We have a GMP import license to support the customs process of pharmaceutical products (Site of importation, Market Release).
Specifies the minimum acceptable security standards and frameworks for goods traveling through the supply chain.
TAPA Trucking Security Requirements (TSR) outlines the processes and specifications for suppliers to achieve TAPA compliance with the TSR for their trucking, trucking and transportation operations. The TSR is a tool intended for users and providers of trucking services, as it specifies the minimum acceptable security standards and frameworks for goods traveling through the supply chain and the methods to be used to maintain those standards.TAPA Facility Security Requirement (FSR) is designed to be aligned with TAPA’s mission to minimize freight loss from the supply chain with increased resilience of freight security at manufacturing sites and storage facilities.
The wholesale license is required for sourcing medicines from within the EEA (European Economic Area; the EU member states plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and dispensing them.
Where the medicinal product is obtained through brokering, the wholesale distribution authorization holders must verify that the broker involved fulfills the requirements set out in this Directive.