Creating a Safe, Reliable Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
Partnering with MD Logistics—an experienced U.S.-based 3PL—and global freight forwarder Nippon Express can provide a wealth of benefits to your global pharmaceutical supply chain.
The biggest challenge within the life sciences and pharmaceuticals industry has always been how to safely distribute products within their own unique temperature and handling requirements.
As more and more temperature-sensitive biologics and personalized medicines and therapies enter the market, the question of how to safely ship, store, and distribute to the consumer remains a top priority within the industry.
Working with logistics professionals who have a proven track record in delivering solutions within the life sciences and pharmaceutical industry is imperative to ensuring not only the integrity of your product, but your overall supply chain as well.
Partnering with a U.S.-based 3PL provider who places an emphasis on quality excellence, such as MD Logistics, and a global freight forwarder, such as Nippon Express, who has built a solution aligned with retaining product integrity, can provide a wealth of benefits to your global supply chain.
Global network. Nippon Express operates a network of state-of-the-art facilities aimed at keeping the life sciences and pharmaceutical supply chain moving forward. Together, the company operates a network of 34 GDP certified Container Freight Stations (CFS) across the globe, all having been opened within the last three and a half years.
Access to this global network of GDP CFS facilities will help your product move quickly to where it needs to be and ensures that integrity is maintained.
Compliances and certifications. It’s important to partner with a provider who is properly equipped to handle temperature-sensitive items and possess the necessary compliances and certifications to operate.
MD Logistics follows specific compliance standards that must be adhered to in order to ensure supply chains remain compliant and products maintain the integrity required by the industry.
These include cGMP compliant, licensed FDA repackager/relabeler, NABP Drug Distributor Accreditation, and compliance to the Drug Supply Chain and Security Act.
In turn, as a freight forwarder, Nippon Express holds a variety of quality compliances and credentials as well. The Nippon Express global network operates 34 GDP-certified bases in 25 countries, with plans to add to this network. In addition, Nippon Express complies with all legal guidelines related to pharmaceutical product logistics in the markets in which they operate.
Quality controls. The team at MD Logistics adheres to a strict internal mission to deliver the right material, in the right condition, to the right place, at the right time, on time, every time.
Nippon Express also places a strict emphasis on maintaining product integrity by employing a robust quality management system (QMS) that complies with the Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention and Pharmaceutical Inspection Co-operation Scheme (PIC/S).
Expertise. Both MD Logistics and Nippon Express carry with them the distinction of being top providers, bringing their own expertise in the industries in which they operate.
MD Logistics has more than 26 years of experience as a top 3PL partner within the life science and pharmaceutical industry, while Nippon Express has been operating as a global freight forwarder for nearly 85 years.