The highest quality standard for pharmaceutical transports

STI (Deutschland) GmbH receives GDP certification


We are happy to announce that our German subsidiary STI (Deutschland) GmbH has received GDP certification. 

The EU Guideline for Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is responsible for regulating good practice in the distribution of medication and provides for product safety along the whole supply chain for sensitive goods. “The very high-quality standards of our transports were looked at very carefully in the audit. We completely fulfil the strict criteria of the GDP Guideline,” Olaf Langenbeck, Sales Manager at STI Deutschland says. In the audit, all steps in the process were checked and it was verified whether STI was able to demonstratively fulfil the high standards. This includes monitoring the temperature in the vehicles used as well as monitoring the reliability of all the equipment. Furthermore, it was checked whether personnel, specifically drivers and dispatchers, were adequately trained and made aware of what to pay attention to when transporting sensitive pharmaceutical goods. “We fulfil GDP requirements in the interests of manufacturers, suppliers and consumers and ensure that every single product is transported in exactly the way our clients and the GDP guidelines require,” Olaf Langenbeck adds. The GDP certificate is valid for three years. Once a year, a further monitoring audit is performed by the issuer of the certificate.

Passing this audit successfully and receiving this certification officially proves that the German team can fulfil the highest quality standards when it comes to transporting medication in particular. 

We are very proud about this achievement! A big thank you to all team members who were involved in the preparation! You have done a great job!