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Polish facility will be based on GDP and ISO practices
In order to boost its impact in serving pharma customers in Central Europe, Maersk, an integrated logistics company that offers warehousing and distribution services, is launching its second dedicated warehouse in Poland, which is designed for the customer sector, with an emphasis on carbon neutrality.
Specifically, the project features a second pharmaceutical warehouse as part of its existing warehousing and distribution center in the Polish city of Mszczonów. It is expected to be operational by the end of June 2021.
Containing a temperature-controlling system that provides safety of sensitive cargo, the new building will be to a large extent powered by renewable energy, which follows the company’s sustainability and carbon neutrality efforts. The facility will have integrated quality management system (QMS) implemented, based on good distribution and manufacturing practice (GDP) and ISO certificates.
In addition, the center will offer repacking services, along with professional transportation capabilities in various temperature ranges (ambient, cold, liquid nitrogen and dry ice).