Everwest Group’s record continues – GDP certificate obtained

Everwest Group’s performance was recognised with a Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certificate, which once again demonstrates the company’s dedication to working towards the highest standards of quality, in line with the European Commission’s GDP guidelines.

The GDP certificate is internationally accepted proof that the company has all the necessary competences and capabilities to maintain the quality of the transported products when transporting temperature-sensitive products, especially pharmaceutical production. Therefore, company owns the GDP standards meeting equipment (trucks and semi-trailers), qualified personnel and quality management processes.

The company obtained the 3-year valid GDP certificate after an audit conducted by external company DNV. The auditor assessed not only how the requirements of the GDP guidelines have been applied and implemented in Everwest Group’s internal processes and how they are functioning in the company’s systems but the documentation of processes too. The GDP guidelines and the audit covered areas such as quality management, personnel, facilities and equipment maintenance, document management, operations, complaints, outsourcing, internal inspections, shipping and regulations for agents.

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