• Pharmaceutical Procurement

    As a licensed wholesale distributor we can procure any pharmaceutical product you require, whether it is a branded, generic or special. We specialise in sourcing and obtaining difficult to find products at the best available prices, so if you have an unusual request, give one of our representatives a call today and let us help you.

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  • Wholesale License and Management Setup

    If you wish to set up as a pharmaceuticals wholesaler, we have the experience to guide you through the process from start to finish. Our expert team can help you navigate your way through the complex regulatory procedures and ensure you and your staff receive the correct training. We can manage all aspects of wholesale licencing for you right from day one, including:

    • Assistance with the preparation of the WDL application form
    • Set up of the wholesale area
    • Tailored SOPs provided
    • RP mini-hand book provided
    • Good Distribution practice [GDP] training
    • Pre-MHRA inspection
    • Presence during MHRA inspection to provide assistance
    • Help with process auditing [twice yearly]

    Once the WDL application forms have been submitted, it can take up to ninety days for the MHRA to process and conduct a GDP inspection. 

    We will help you set-up your wholesale area and conduct a pre-MHRA inspection to ensure that everything is in order before that actual inspection takes place. One of our account managers will also be present during the actual MHRA inspection to provide assistance if required.

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  • Regulatory Training

    Quality Systems Training

    Distributors (Wholesalers) of medicinal products need to have robust Quality Systems in place. These systems are designed to ensure that the products being distributed are authorised in accordance with community legislation and correct storage conditions are observed at all times, including during transportation. In addition to this, the quality system should ensure that the right products are delivered to the right addressee within a satisfactory time period. A tracking system should enable any faulty product to be found; there also needs to be an effective recall procedure. 

    A good Quality System ensures that management and personnel are trained in relation to the duties assigned to them and any training sessions undertaken are recorded. In addition to this, the documents and records need to be traceable, clear and readily available. Returns, counterfeit and products classified as ‘not for sale’ must be kept separate from saleable stock, to prevent redistribution until the correct decision has been reached.

    RP Training Programme

    The content of the Allied Pharmaceutical RP training programme will give you a deep understanding of how to perform RP duties and will cover such topics as:

    • How to maintain Wholesale Dealer's Licence
    • Customer and Supplier Validation
    • Auditing the system
    • Maintaining Quality Documents
    • Recording and handling complaints
    • Awareness for Counterfeits
    • Recall Procedure
    • Due Diligence
    • Preparation for an MHRA inspection
    • Checklist for Second Inspection
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