Operinter, an international logistics operator 360º, has just achieved GDP (Good Distribution Practices) certification, which accredits compliance with the guidelines for the distribution of temperature-controlled medicines for human use.
After months of work and preparation, the company, which forms part of the logistics division of Alonso Group takes a new step in its complete range of services by land, sea and air for a type of merchandise that is as essential as it is delicate. A work that will improve efficiency and productivity for the benefit of all its customers. The certification, issued by Aenor with the number PCD-0003/2023, is based on the European Guidelines of 5 November 2013.
It should be remembered that the distribution process of this type of goods is a complex chain involving different agents and processes. It is therefore of vital importance to implement good practices to significantly reduce all potential risks associated with the logistics processes of medicines, pharmaceuticals or medical devices.
Advantages of GDP certification
By obtaining certification, Operinter can guarantee the safety and quality of pharma products during transport and distribution. It also means maintaining the right temperature and traceability conditions. In addition to demonstrating its commitment to quality, the certification also means that potential risks associated with the distribution of medicines are minimised.
Operational efficiency that helps to optimise logistics processes, reduce errors and, in short, streamline the supply chain. A commitment to efficient and demanding distribution to reduce operating costs and improve customer satisfaction.
Operinter, 360º global logistics operator
Operinter is a logistics operator with more than forty years of experience in the field of international transport. It specialises in offering all kinds of logistics solutions moving goods to or from any part of the world. Its maritime, land transport, air, customs, consignment and warehousing services make it the perfect partner for any industrial sector (project cargo, chemical, pharma, agri-food, textile…).
The evolution of the company and its expansion throughout Spain and internationally, through the global brand Alonso Forwarding, places it on all five continents.
Operinter currently stands out as one of the major international freight forwarders with a solid and efficient global network that allows it to be present in all the world’s production and consumption centres.