GDP – Distribution
GDP (Good Distribution Practices) refers to a quality system for warehouses and distribution centers dedicated to medicines.
How does it work?
GDP (Good Distribution Practices) is a set of standards for the sourcing, handling, storage, and transportation of medicines for human use and their active ingredients, these guidelines ensure that the quality and integrity of medicinal products are maintained throughout the supply chain.
The GDP audit shall ensure pharmaceutical products or raw materials in the supply chain are authorized in accordance with legislation, products are always stored in the correct conditions (including during transportation), cross-contamination with other products is avoided, an adequate turnover of stored medicines takes place, and that the correct products reach the correct destination within a satisfactory timeframe.