Over the past few years, Cool Chain Logistics Europe has brought the community and regulatory authorities together to discuss the EU GDP guideline updates and revisions. It is these discussions and interactions that have helped shaped the future of the temperature controlled logistics industry.
On March 8th 2013, the EU GDP Guideline on Good Distribution Practice of Medicinal Products for Human Use (2013/C 68/01) was published with a six month implementation period
How does this impact you and your supply chain?
In the run up to Cool Chain Logistics 2014 we will be collecting the latest news, updates and implementation case studies to share and discuss at the meeting in Luxembourg on 27-29 January. In the meantime, here’s an invaluable one page guide to global GDP guidelines, brought to you by Cold Chain IQ!
We are pleased to announce that Europe’s most established temperature control logistics meeting is partnering with a new centre of Excellence in central Europe. Luxembourg are the Official Partner Association and Location Sponsor, bringing their infrastructure expertise to the programme and allowing us exclusive access to the brand new state of the art airport facilities – book now to register your place!