Cut Through the Complexity with TraceLink’s Russia Compliance Solution
- Product commission and decommission
- Aggregation and disaggregation
- Quality sampling and quality control release testing
- Product shipment, receipt, and transfer
- Importing and exporting
- Product withdrawal and recalls
- Product destruction
Additionally, manufacturers must be capable of receiving documents and notifications from the Russian Drug Circulation Monitoring System (MDLP), the electronic drug monitoring system managed by Russia’s Center for Research in Perspective Technologies (CRPT). Altogether, Russia compliance requires bi-directional data exchange, message sequencing, audit trailing, and archiving among other capabilities. Manufacturers also need to communicate with Russia’s Order Management System (OMS) to manage the generation, receipt, and reporting of the crypto codes.
- Production outside of Russia, importation, and transfer to distribution warehouse
This includes reports automatically sent to the MDLP around batch production and release, foreign shipment, foreign import, control sampling, customs clearance, transfer and receipt in warehouse, and quality inspection.
- Production in Russia and transfer to distribution warehouse
This includes automated reporting around batch production and packaging, quality sampling, quality release, and warehouse transfer and receipt.
- Warehouse operations and distribution
This includes reporting on transfer between company and third-party logistics provider (3PL) locations, return to contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) in Russia, shipments to customer, returns from customer, aggregation changes and re-labeling, and withdrawal from circulation, re-introduction to circulation, and re-export.