Supply Chain

Pharmavise offers the following Supply Chain and Distribution services.

Supply Chain Integrity

Evaluation of API and Finished Dosage Form transportation from manufacturer to end users

Upholding good distribution practices (GDPs) is imperative to maintain product safety and quality of drugs and products in their delivery from the manufacturing facility to the end user.

Verification Router Service(VRS) and DSCSA

With proper implementation and communication between wholesalers and manufacturers, VRS can be a streamlined solution. Ultimately, VRS can be an effective way to fulfill the verification requirement and contribute to a secure supply chain. If you need help to implement, proceduralize, and/or validate your VRS solution, our team of serialization and traceability experts at Pharmavise is ready to assist you.

Cold Chain Compliance

Our cold chain consultants are contracted for their in-depth knowledge and experience surrounding the cold chain and its regulatory requirements. They work closely with biopharmaceutical companies to make recommendations on aspects of the cold chain, including active and passive thermal packaging, transport lane qualification, regulatory responses, and much more

Supply Chain Process Mapping

Connecting the supply chain through end-to-end real-time monitoring provides critical intelligence to help minimize impact on processes and bring products to market quickly. Mapping out overall risk in the supply chain and determining the most at-risk areas using real-time data collection will empower logistics professionals to take effective measures and execute long-term contingency plans.

Serialization/UDI Track and Trace-Interoperability

With many project experiences for US DSCSA, EU FMD, Russia, Turkey, India DGFT, Brazil ANVISA, Saudi Arabia, S. Korea and other countries, we are your global Track & Trace partner to keep you compliant.

Selection, evaluation, auditing, and validation of Transportation Companies and Distribution Centers

The distribution of temperature sensitive products in vehicle containers that lacked validated methods of maintaining the correct internal temperature or even the ability to produce a validated history of what the actual conditions were can render these products 'adulterated', i.e. of unknown efficacy or safety.