California Designated Representative-3PL – Training Program

Earn a training affidavit. Training program for CA Designated Representative-3PL license applicants.

The California Board of Pharmacy says,

“To be licensed as a Designated Representative – 3PL in California, you must satisfy the requirements under Business and Professions Code section 4053.1. Each place of business of a third-party logistics provider shall be supervised and managed by a responsible manager. The responsible manager shall be responsible for the compliance of the place of business with state and federal laws governing third-party logistics providers and with the third-party logistics provider’s customer specifications, except where the customer’s specifications conflict with state or federal laws. The responsible manager shall maintain an active license as a designated representative-3PL with the board at all times during which he or she is designated as the responsible manager.”

A complete license application package includes submission of a training affidavit, as proof of training program completion.


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GS1 US Workshop Series Offers Pharmaceutical Industry Professionals DSCSA Implementation Assistance | Healthcare Packaging

“Specifically, how to mark pharmaceutical products with a National Drug Code (NDC), serial number, lot number, and expiration date in both machine-readable and human-readable format will be covered, as will the use of GS1 identifiers, application identifiers, and data carriers.”

Read the full article (Source): GS1 US Workshop Series Offers Pharmaceutical Industry Professionals DSCSA Implementation Assistance | Healthcare Packaging


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Training affidavit for CA Designated Representative license applicants

Training affidavit for CA Designated Representative license applicants

Trump & Sanders’ reimportation proposals a risk, AmerisourceBergen – in-Pharma Technologist

” “How a wholesaler could potentially procure drugs, whether they’re in Canada, Europe and get those back to the US and get those into the supply channel efficiently and effectively I think is quite cumbersome,” said CFO Tim Guttman. “It’s not efficient and there are risks.” VP Barbara Brungess added despite the impracticalities and legal hurdles to overturn, the primary concern is safety.”

Read the full article:  Source: Trump & Sanders’ reimportation proposals a risk, AmerisourceBergen – in-Pharma Technologist.com


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Training Certification Class for Designated Representative and Exemptee license applicants

Experts warn pharma to take precautions against Thanksgiving thefts

“drug companies still need to take precautions when normal operations are disrupted Shepard said, explaining that: “Thanksgiving has the highest number of cargo thefts compared to all holidays.”

“Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are when most cargo thefts occur and most thefts occur with parked vehicles.””

Read the full artice: Source: Experts warn pharma to take precautions against Thanksgiving thefts


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How drugs intended for patients ended up in the hands of illegal users: ‘No one was doing their job’ – The Washington Post

“For 10 years, the government waged a behind-the-scenes war against pharmaceutical companies that hardly anyone knows: wholesale distributors of prescription narcotics that ship drugs from manufacturers to consumers.”

Read the full article:  Source: How drugs intended for patients ended up in the hands of illegal users: ‘No one was doing their job’ – The Washington Post


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The Forwarder Awakens: Amazon receives NVOCC | Air Cargo World

“Many in the industry had speculated that Amazon was making the investments in logistics networking merely to avoid future delays in shipping goods during peak season, as the e-tailer had experienced before with integrator such as FedEx and UPS. But the NVOCC license suggests that Amazon is interested in becoming a permanent player in the 3PL market.”

Read the full article: Source: The Forwarder Awakens: Amazon receives NVOCC | Air Cargo World


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New Draft Guidance Clarifies UDI Exceptions for Convenience Kits – FDA Law Blog

Hands holding a pen, above some papers“On January 4, CDRH issued its first draft device guidance of the year. The Draft Guidance “Unique Device Identification: Convenience Kits” explains FDA’s position as to what constitutes a convenience kit for purposes of the UDI Rule.”

Read the full article: Source: FDA Law Blog: New Draft Guidance Clarifies UDI Exceptions for Convenience Kits


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Prescription drug scheme: Miami Beach prescription drug supplier pleads guilty – South Florida Business Journal

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“Prescription drug diversion compromises the integrity of America’s drug supply chain,” Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Mizer said in a new release. “This Miami-based supplier sold tens of millions of dollars of illegally diverted drugs, which ended up on the shelves of pharmacies and in the medicine cabinets of American consumers.”

Read the full article:  Source: Prescription drug scheme: Miami Beach prescription drug supplier pleads guilty – South Florida Business Journal


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FDA Releases First Wholesaler and 3PL Facility Licensure Data to the Public | The National Law Review

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“Users either can query the database when searching for a particular company here or download the entire data set as an Excel file from this page.  Although technically the law only requires a public wholesale distributor database, FDA determined that making the 3PL information public as well served the law’s goals, and it stated in a December 2014 policy document that: “The ultimate goal is for the public database to serve as a single repository of licensing and facility information for wholesale drug distributors and 3PLs conducting business in the United States.””

Read the full article: Source: FDA Releases First Wholesaler and 3PL Facility Licensure Data to the Public | The National Law Review


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NEW: 2015-16 Economic Report on Pharmaceutical Wholesalers and Specialty Distributors – Drug Channels

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“This year’s report—our sixth edition—has been updated, revised, reorganized, and expanded. It contains the latest industry and financial data, along with detailed information about the strategies and market positions of the largest public companies: AmerisourceBergen, McKesson, and Cardinal Health. It also includes many new elements.”

Read the full article: Source: Drug Channels: NEW: 2015-16 Economic Report on Pharmaceutical Wholesalers and Specialty Distributors


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