Hellmann UAE Receives GDP Certificate for Healthcare Services

Hellmann UAE Receives GDP Certificate for Healthcare Services

Compliant with Good Distribution Practice for Healthcare warehousing and distribution

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics United Arab Emirates has been awarded the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certificate for Healthcare warehousing and distribution services including Road, Air, and Sea Freight operations as well as Brokerage activity.

Given the complexity of today's global supply chain, managing the quality of healthcare products is challenging due to various risks related to the handling of products, environmental conditions, security concerns among other factors.

With GDP certification, Hellmann is compliant with distribution requirements of healthcare products from the quality management system to operations and handling in our warehouses and during transportation.

Madhav Kurup, Chief Executive Officer for the Middle East and South Asia, leads and affirms the quality culture at Hellmann. He takes accountability for the effectiveness of the quality system, supports and promotes compliance and continuous improvement in the region.

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“Quality culture is a primary focus for Hellmann. The "M" in the F.A.M.I.L.Y stands for Making It Work Better, Everyday. With this in mind, we strive to improve every day and demonstrate operational excellence across our network”, said Madhav Kurup.

Zeina Sharrouf, QHSE Compliance, and HSE Director articulated: “At Hellmann, we rely on people to drive processes and improvement. With the right knowledge foundation, our team understands the importance of proper handling of healthcare products and follows best practices.

"With an integrated quality system, flexibility for configurability to customer requirements and qualified partners, Hellmann delivers top of the line warehousing and freight service."

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