Kenco is a trusted logistics and transportation company providing distribution and warehouse services for pharmaceutical companies and others in the healthcare industry. Our customers include multinational pharmaceutical corporations, growing consumer care distributors and medical device manufacturers.
Our facilities, equipment, and processes are regularly evaluated for adherence to regulatory requirements. Our pharmaceutical customers have access to a dedicated quality unit with expertise in FDA, DEA, FOT, CFR, and EPA requirements. By using the tools in our Quality Management system such as internal audits, CAPA’s, management review, and trend monitoring, these experts identify areas of non-conformance and develop solutions for improvement.
We believe planning is critical to mitigating risk in the storage and transport of pharmaceutical and cold chain products. In addition to the initial training of personnel during onboarding, Kenco also provides regular ongoing training that covers topics such as FMCSA, DOT, and hazardous material handling.
Kenco is accredited by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy as a verified-accredited wholesale distributor. Our accredited facilities and key personnel are reviewed annually and undergo a site survey every three years to ensure operating procedures adhere to the most stringent pharmaceutical regulations issued by each state.
- Multiple storage conditions such as CRT, coolers, freezers, humidity control, etc.
- Temperature monitoring and validation
- Packaging/ Order Fulfillment
- Transportation Management
- Recall Management
- Strict inventory control
- Track and Trace
- Validated Warehouse Management System (WMS)
Seamless Integration of Product Acquisitions
A leading pharmaceutical manufacturer was acquiring a small prescription drug company but needed the company to be turn-key ready on the day of close. By planning and proper training, Kenco was able to make this acquisition successful and non-disruptive. This case study displays Kenco’s ability to navigate difficult financial and regulatory hurdles in a relatively short period of time. Read more.