Yourway Mitigates Uncertainty Of Brexit For Clinical Trials In Europe

15 October 2019

Yourway, the only truly integrated premium courier and clinical packager in the industry, announced its establishment of a new location within the EU providing storage and distribution services, including secondary packaging capabilities, located 40 minutes from the Vienna, Austria airport in Bratislava, Slovakia. This move was designed to ensure uninterrupted support for clients’ trials in both the UK and mainland Europe if the UK leaves the EU on the current deadline of 31 October, especially in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

“The new location in Europe mitigates the uncertainty of Brexit for our clients, in order to service their clinical trial needs. It includes Qualified Person (QP) release services within Europe prior to release for use in a Clinical Trial, as required by Clinical Trial Directive 2001/20/EC and Annex 13 to the European GMP Guide.” said Yourway president and founder, Gulam Jaffer.

“Through our project managers and QP release personnel, and use of our global network of GMP depots, we can assure safe and timely delivery of clinical trial materials to patients,” he added.

Yourway provides a full range of temperature-controlled solutions designed to protect clinical trial shipments from the time an order is received through to delivery on time for patient dosing protocols. It is also the only truly integrated premium courier and clinical packager, offering a faster and more efficient integrated supply chain with no differences in quality to traditional multi-provider models in this market.

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