Nippon Express (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (NE Thailand) has obtained Good Distribution Practices (GDP) certification.
This certifies their compliance with the proper distribution of pharmaceuticals applicable to domestic transport services in Thailand.
Thailand, in recent years, has seen its birthrate decline, its society age, and an increasing number of people become afflicted with lifestyle-related illnesses as their lifestyles become more Westernized. The Thai public has increasingly taken a growing interest in medical care and medicine. Accordingly, Thailand’s pharmaceutical market has achieved annual growth rates of about 5% over the past few years and imported pharmaceuticals account for around 57% of the pharmaceutical market as a whole.
Having acquired GDP certification for its domestic transport services, NE Thailand says they will first be intensifying sales of import forwarding and distribution services to Japanese pharmaceutical sales companies and collaborating with Group companies that have already obtained GDP certification to step up sales to non-Japanese companies as well. At some future point, it will also consider obtaining certification for storage services to expand the scope of its business operations.
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