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    Animal Health

    Higher Logistics Standards Means Satisfied Pet Owners

    • Pet owners make purchases from companies that support their belief systems and lifestyle choices

    • This brand activism affects purchasing behavior of veterinary foods, health and wellness products

    • There is an expectation that every safety precaution available is being maintained from the moment the product is made to the moment of final purchase

    • For this reason, progressive manufacturers of veterinary foods, health and wellness products outsource warehousing and order fulfillment to pharmaceutical logistics services providers

    • Warehouses registered by the FDA follow additional regulations and cGMP
    guidelines for sanitation, training, facility maintenance, hygiene, operations and
    inventory control beyond requirements for animal drugs, feeds and related products

    • The cost of warehousing supplements in pharmaceutical facilities is often competitive and includes the peace-of-mind derived from more stringent operational procedures and enhanced compliance benchmarks

    • Additional product safeguards taken by veterinary products manufacturers that utilize medical grade shipping and handling within the supply chain translates into increased customer loyalty, further differentiates product benefits, aligns corporate policy with customer expectations, promotes goodwill and heightens brand awareness

    • It also satisfies requirements from corporate legal and regulatory departments



    Warehouse ProceduresPharmaceutical Grade RequirementsVeterinary Food Grade Requirements
    Code of Federal Regulations21 CFR 210/21121 CFR 507
    cGMP GuidelinesFinished PharmaceuticalsAnimal Drugs, Feeds and Related Products
    BathroomsHot and Cold Water, Soap and/or DetergentX
    Cold ChainActive, Passive and Hybrid with Constant MonitoringX
    DistributionWritten Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Distribution Method and ReturnX
    Licensing/AuditsFDA, DOT, EPA, every U.S. State Requiring LicensingX
    Lot TraceabilityRequiredX
    Pest ControlWritten Procedures and Regular Scheduled Pest ControlX
    ReturnsEnable Returns Traceable by Lot NumberX
    Risk ManagementHigh Security, Redundant Power, Entry/Exit LoggingX
    SanitationWritten Procedures Assigning Responsibility for Cleaning Schedules and MethodsX
    Secondary PackagingMaintains Temperature Range on Product Label Direct to Consumer/PatientX
    Space UtilizationSeparate Areas by Purpose: Storage, Packaging and Labeling, QuarantineNot Required: Food Allowed to be Stored Outdoors
    StorageOff FloorX
    Temperature and HumidityConstant Monitored Controlled Room Temperature and Humidity: 20°-25° (68°-77 °F) and 60%X


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