Integra2 continue advancing in their commitment to the pharmaceutical sector and the full adaptation of their transport service to the GDP (Good Distribution Practices) regulations currently in force.
Two years after the regulations came into force, the Integra2 transport network have set their service and distribution standards for medicines and pharmaceutical products at the levels required by the new Standard.
In September 2013 Integra2 received their first GDP audit certificate from the AFA (Asociación Forum Auditorías – Spanish Audit Forum Association). Since then, the organisation has placed special emphasis on the management of its Quality System based on GDPs.
In recent years they have strengthened their investment in the Network’s 60 warehouses in Spain and Portugal (including the islands), in order to guarantee control of the cool chain and monitor shipment temperature traceability. Thanks to this the Farma<25ºC and FRIOFARMA (+2 y +8ºC) services have been validated, making up a robust offer in network distribution for the pharmaceutical-healthcare channel (wholesalers, hospitals, pharmacies and health centres).
The focus on the work to be carried out throughout the different sections of the Standard has taken them on to a point where they are able to demonstrate the training of over 2,500 collaborators, vehicle and facility qualification, as well as incorporating a Pharmaceutical Technical Management Team and validating the IT system. A milestone that until today no other transport network in Spain has been able to reach.