Maersk plans to Open a Carbon Neutral Phama Warehouse in Poland. This will add more capacity to the existing warehousing capacity in Poland. Modern, state-of-the-art temperature controlling system that will ensure the safety of sensitive cargo will use in the new warehouse. Maersk is planning to use renewable energy for the building. This will make sure the sustainability and carbon neutrality of the warehouse.
The facility will have an integrated Quality Management System, based on Good Distribution and Manufacturing Practice (GDP) and ISO certificates.
The warehouse will have a dedicated sections for human and animal health products to meet customer requirements.
“In such an industry, quality plays a pivotal role and it can only be guaranteed by experienced and competent personnel who have a thorough understanding of specific requirements of pharmaceutical customers”, shares Jakub Mach, Ph.D., Country Cold Chain Logistics Manager at Maersk in Poland. “In that sense, the new project is equally important for the additional warehousing space we will bring to the market, as it is for the capabilities of our people involved in daily operations”.
“Our ambition is to be top choice healthcare logistics provider and No. 1 in Animal Health logistics by offering high quality solutions for the healthcare industry, as well as flexibility in adapting to its specific requirements”, shares Hristo Petkov, Global Vertical Head, Pharma at Maersk. “The pharmaceutical industry is experiencing growth, which we can support with even more warehousing and distribution capacity, coupled with market knowledge and capabilities of our dedicated teams.”
Facts of Carbon Neutral Warehouse
Fully compliant with EU GDP (Good Distribution Practice) (2013/C 343/01), GMP, ISO 9001 [QMS], ISO 13485 [Medical Devices], ISO 22000 [HACCP]
Photovoltaic energy solutions provide a total of ca. 600 MWh annually
Available space: ca. 15 000 sqm; operational height: 11,5 m; approximate capacity: ca. 24 000 pallet places