Drug Distributors—Primary and Secondary & Specialty
Drug distributors are the logistical partners for manufacturers and pharmacies and are the backbone of the pharmaceutical supply chain. Primary distributors supply providers with all pharmaceutical products across thousands of suppliers. Secondary & specialty distributors often focus on a specific product line/niche where they are able to deliver product better, faster, or cheaper than their larger competitors.
Pharma Solutions has assisted drug distributors with business strategy and consulting, DEA compliance, dedicated warehousing solutions, DSCSA (serialization/track and trace), FDA reporting (license reporting), operational audits, state licensing (assessing and obtaining new licenses and maintaining license renewals), and NABP Drug Distributor Accreditation.
Our clients range from businesses with over $5B in annual revenue to start-up companies.
Device distributors carry product lines spanning continuous glucose monitoring systems, pre-packaged syringes, and more.
Our clients range from businesses with $100M in annual revenue to start-up companies.
Medical Supply Distributors
Medical supply distributors carry non-prescription products that are typically used in healthcare settings like apparel, DME, lab supplies, paper goods, and more.
Our clients range from businesses with $200M in annual revenue to start-up companies.
Repackagers are responsible for putting prescription drugs in packaging prescription drugs according to their customer needs. Commonly, drugs are placed in blister cards, unit-dose bags, or small vials to be used by various types of healthcare facilities.
Third-party logistics companies (3PL) don’t take ownership of product but they are responsible for the receipt, storage, and shipment of product. They play an important role in reducing costs and increasing efficiency in the supply chain.