Pharmaceutical logistics in Mexico has experienced notable advances and innovations in recent years, with a focus on optimizing the supply chain and complying with strict regulations to ensure safety and efficiency in the storage, distribution and transportation of medicines.

These advances are crucial for meeting the industry’s unique challenges, such as maintaining the integrity of sensitive pharmaceutical products and complying with Mexican and international regulations.

In this context, integrating advanced technological systems and automating logistics processes has transformed the management of the pharmaceutical supply chain in Mexico. Companies in the industry are adopting warehouse management and enterprise resource planning systems that enable accurate inventory control and tracking. In addition, the use of technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) facilitates traceability and real-time monitoring of storage and transport conditions, ensuring that drugs are kept within proper temperature and humidity ranges.

In order to develop logistics between different Mexican cities and regions, or to destinations outside the country, it is necessary to have specialized vehicles and containers for transporting medicines and vaccines. The use of advanced refrigeration systems and thermal packaging ensures that pharmaceutical products reach their destination in perfect condition.

It is also essential to comply with Good Distribution Practices (GDP) and Good Storage Practices (GSP) in pharmaceutical logistics in Mexico. These regulations, as well as those issued by the Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks (COFEPRIS) of the Government of Mexico, establish the necessary standards to ensure that pharmaceuticals are stored and transported safely and effectively. Some of the standards that every company in the pharmaceutical industry must comply with include:

  • Mexican Official Standard NOM-059-SSA1-2015, on good manufacturing practices for medicines.
  • Mexican Official Standard NOM-072-SSA1-2012, on the labeling of medicines and herbal remedies.
  • Mexican Official Standard NOM-073-SSA1-2015, on the stability of pharmaceuticals and medicines, including herbal remedies.
Logistics companies specializing in the pharmaceutical industry in Mexico

Logistics companies specializing in the pharmaceutical industry in Mexico

Implementing best practices in pharmaceutical logistics in Mexico is a complex task. It requires highly qualified professional teams to perform this task in a rigorous and innovative manner. At Airpharm, we offer pharmaceutical companies services that optimize their logistics. We audit the different phases of the process, assist in customs procedures in international trade and apply all the necessary protocols to comply with regulations and obtain certifications.

If you want to optimize your pharmaceutical logistics in a professional, safe, efficient and customized way, contact Airpharm. We will explain which practices you can implement to obtain added value in relation to your customers and suppliers.

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