When transporting medical products, specific knowledge and actions are required. Through years of experience with the transport of medicines and medical products to patients, pharmacies, healthcare institutions and wholesalers, Jan de Rijk Logistics has acquired the necessary knowledge to successfully deliver beyond the doorstep. Discover the possibilities for deliveries to patients at home!
Good Distribution Practices – GDP
The drivers of Jan de Rijk Logistics are all GDP (Good Distribution Practices) trained. In addition, they know exactly how to deal with medicines and related products. It is also important for the transportation of medical products that you are compliant with the latest regulations and guidelines. Jan de Rijk Logistics is GDP and ISO 9001:2015 certified.
15-25 °C controlled transport
Jan de Rijk Logistics uses temperature-controlled trucks for 15-25 °C controlled transport. We have a varied fleet of vehicles, from vans to trucks. The cars are equipped with temperature sensors so that the temperature is constantly monitored. This data is also available online to the customer via an app. When the temperature threatens to become too high or too low, the planning department and the driver automatically receive a warning. Jan de Rijk Logistics also has a GDP-certified Healthcare cross-dock. This Healthcare hub has been checked at 15-25°C. From the collection address, the medical products are transported to the Healthcare hub of Jan de Rijk Logistics. We then deliver the products to the location of your choice.
2-8 °C controlled transport
Jan de Rijk Logistics has various solutions for cold chain shipments. Depending on the type of customer, we choose the best solution in consultation. Jan de Rijk Logistics has mobile refrigerators in which the shipments can be transported for, among other things, patient deliveries. The refrigeration installation consists of a refrigeration unit fitted with a mobile undercarriage, a GPS tracking system and a battery pack. This allows active cooling for 16 hours continuously. When the temperature falls below 3 degrees or above 8 degrees, an alarm follows. The refrigerators can be followed via an online platform or via the Jan de Rijk Logistics app. The advantage of this method of transport is that we can send cold chain shipments in every car. We also have trucks that can cool 2°-8°C or combined. These vehicles are also equipped with sensors and a GPS tracking system so that the status of the shipment is clear to the customer.
Staff is also GDP trained for non-temperature controlled medical supplies. In this way, we guarantee product safety and quality. The quality and safety in every aspect of the service are important!
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- Pharmaceutical companies
- Healthcare institutions
In addition to pharmacy deliveries, we offer even more options for the transport of medicines. View the options here:
Environmentally friendly fleet
A fleet that meets the latest requirements
A sustainable interpretation of distribution services is of great importance to Jan de Rijk Logistics and its customers. The fleet of vehicles for deliveries within the Benelux, and in particular the inner-city areas, meets the latest requirements with regard to environmental and noise standards. Examples are hybrid trucks, whisper trailers and eco-combi’s.
Our entire fleet, from small delivery vans to tractor-trailer combinations, has a track & trace system and continuous real-time temperature monitoring. This allows us to guarantee the temperature at all times. This is real-time trackable and transparent. The temperature profile is continuously recorded and stored electronically. You also know the location and the current temperature of the transport space at any time.
Specific knowledge and actions are required when transporting medical products. Jan de Rijk Logistics has many years of experience with the transport of medicines and medical products to patients, pharmacies, healthcare institutions and, wholesalers. The drivers are all GDP (Good Distribution Practices) trained; they know exactly how to handle medicines and related products.
Medical home delivery
The service of Jan de Rijk Logistics goes beyond the doorstep. Jan de Rijk Logistics provides daily distribution to pharmacies in the Benelux; also outside opening hours. The goods are placed in the goods lock at agreed window times.