Shipping Medicine Safely
ZIMonitor: Supporting the Cold Chain with Good Distribution Practice (GDP)
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is an internationally-recognized set of stringent standards that help to maintain the quality of pharmaceutical goods as they travel through the distribution network. Used by pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers worldwide, GDP ensures appropriate storage conditions at all times.
GDP guidelines are designed to make sure that medications are not exposed to conditions that may compromise quality and integrity, no matter how they are being transported. This means maintaining the precise temperatures defined by the manufacturer. Shipping companies must conduct complicated risk assessments of all delivery and drop routes to determine the required temperature-monitoring, while also carefully maintaining and calibrating all temperature-monitoring equipment.
ZIMonitor makes it easy for customers in the pharmaceutical and medical sectors to fully adhere to GDP, providing outstanding tools for maintaining optimal conditions during transport. Featuring innovative technology that delivers temperature, humidity, power on/off, and unauthorized door opening alerts, ZIMonitor also provides a wide array of reports for logistical and operational analysis. This data is available in real time, making it an extremely valuable asset for quality assurance processes.
Our professional staff is standing by 24/7 to immediately respond to any alert sent by the ZIMonitor monitoring system. Using precise GPS technology, the service is available from the shipper's loading facility all the way to the receiver's warehouse.
Designed for comprehensive GDP compliance, ZIMonitor provides exactly what pharmaceutical and medical companies need to ensure their cargo arrives safely, in peak condition.