Northern Ireland forwarder Campbell McCleave gains GDP status

Life Sciences International, a division of the Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has awarded forwarder Campbell McCleave the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) Passport.
The Passport ensures patient safety by compliance throughout all stages of the supply chain. It involves training all levels of personnel to standardised and certified levels.
Campbell McCleave company accountant, Tyler Eaton, said: “Our current pharmaceutical customers can be confident that their products are transported with the utmost care throughout the whole supply chain and the scheme will present us with many opportunities for new clients within the medicinal sector."
IEA chief executive Simon McKeever, added: “The IEA GDP Passport certification has become the gold standard for GDP in Ireland with all leading logistics service providers in the field now having obtained certification.”

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