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The perfect provider for temperature-controlled GMP storage

ABF is the perfect provider for temperature-controlled GMP storage, as we have at our disposal high-quality storage facilities equipped with a validated temperature control system. In addition to our pharmaceutical sample storage as well as return and destruction we can provide the collection, return and reconciliation of patient samples – including blood, urine and tissue.

Our controlled temperature storage facilities include the ambient temperature range (15°C-25°C/59°F-77°F), refrigerated temperatures (2°C-8°C/36°F – 46°F) as well as ultra-low freezer temperatures (-80°C/-112°F). Our facilities are designed to comply with GMP standards. Storage facilities are secured by a centralized alarm system with high-level entry controls and 24/7 manned surveillance. The climate control system is equipped with validated temperature sensors, a 24/7 temperature log and an emergency power backup system.

ABF offers controlled drug (narcotics) storage facilities licensed to store schedule II to V controlled drugs, containment level I and II Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and provides specialist storage arrangements such as customs warehousing.

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To learn more about us and what we can do for you please contact us.
office@abf-pharma.com

At ABF we know that the correct GMP storage is of utmost importance for your clinical trial supplies. For this reason, we offer the following services:

  • GMP/GCP-Compliant Warehouse
  • Ambient Storage (15°C – 25°C/59°F – 77°F)
  • Refrigerated Storage (2°C – 8°C/36°F – 46°F)
  • Freezer (-20°C / -4°F)
  • Ultra-Low Freezer (-80°C / -112°F)
  • 24/7 Temperature Log and Manned Surveillance
  • Centralized Alarm System and Emergency Power Back-Up System
  • Return, Reconciliation, Storage and Destruction of IMPs
  • Collection, Return and Reconciliation of Patient Samples – including Blood, Urine and Tissue
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