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World Courier Achieves Good Distribution Practice Certification across its Global Network

Published on 05/03/2018
World Courier Achieves Good Distribution Practice Certification across its Global Network

World Courier is the first logistics company to attain global GDP certification against three major GDP standards with international implications and the only provider to hold a GDP certification with such wide and global scope. 

“As a company that’s committed to ensuring end-to-end product safety, we are proud to be the first specialty logistics provider to achieve this GDP-certification on such a global scale,” World Courier President Sam Herbert said. “Stakeholders across the supply chain rely on us to deliver GDP-compliant transport, storage and distribution solutions worldwide. With the increased globalization of supply chains and the emergence of high-value products, such as cell and gene therapies, there is a heightened demand for strict quality and temperature control measures to ensure product quality and integrity throughout long-distance deliveries.

At World Courier, our rigorous quality standards, expansive specialty logistics expertise and flawless execution enables us to meet the demands of today’s evolving market and optimize the supply chain for our customers.” 

World Courier’s company-owned offices span more than 50 countries, with 14 investigational drug depots located in emerging markets worldwide. The company adheres to a strict GxP policy – founded on the established precepts of GDP, Good Storage Practice (GSP), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) – to ensure product quality and optimize the supply chain.

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