Good Distribution Practices (GDP)

Good Distribution Practices (GDP) are an integral part of the quality assurance system which guarantees that the various activities linked to the procurement process are carried out in accordance with the quality rules established from the manufacturing site to the dispensing pharmacy. pharmacy.

In terms of public health, nothing seems more essential than being able to guarantee the quality of medicines and secure their transport. As such, freight operators who manage their distribution are required to implement “Good Wholesale Distribution Practices” (BPDG) for pharmaceutical products.

The objective of “Good Wholesale Distribution Practices” (BPDG) is to guarantee the security of the supply of medicines during their transport, from the supplier to the recipients, at each stage of the logistics. They cover all subjects relating to pharmaceutical transport, whether it is the integrity of medicines, but also the safety of distribution channels.