egypt - imports only against letter of credit
Egypt has banned the payment method "cash against documents". As a result, imports must be settled using a letter of credit (L/C). The decree provides for a few exceptions, e.g. for courier consignments and for imports up to a value of USD 5,000. Please coordinate the procedure with your customers in Egypt in good time and open an L/C if necessary.
Your contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. will of course be happy to answer any questions you may have.
new working week in the united arab emirates
As of 10th January, 2022 the new working week in the UAE will be Monday to Friday, as the country tries to better align its working week with foreign markets.
chinese new year 2022
On 1 February 2022, the Year of the Tiger begins in China. Traditionally, people visit their families in their hometowns during their holiday, which lasts at least a week, and only return to work after the holiday.
Chinese New Year has a significant impact on transport capacity. To make matters worse, new COVID outbreaks can be expected at any time, resulting in port terminal closures, flight cancellations and staff shortages.
Therefore, stay in touch with your contact person at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. and plan your shipments to and from China as early as possible.
information security at lamprecht pharma logistics ltd.
It is no longer possible to imagine the media without reporting on cyber attacks. The number of reports has increased in recent months in particular. At Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd., information security has always been a very high priority.learn more Close
In order to guarantee you a consistently high level of (information) security along the entire transport chain:
- our IT department was recently expanded to include an employee in the area of information security
- we continuously invest in the training and further education/sensitisation of our employees
- we continuously invest in new software and hardware (state of the art)
- we conduct regular internal and external audits, e.g. penetration tests, according to strict guidelines
- we monitor our IT systems and communicate with our IT partners, and
- continuously adapt our processes to the current (IT) risk situation.
do not miss the Pharma Logistics Days 2021 in Basel, 20th and 21st October, 2021
... with everything around pharmaceutical logistics. For more informationlearn more Close
- What the Pharma Logistics Days 2021 in Hall 1 of Messe Basel offer
- An interesting Forum programme awaits you
- Register here as a customer. With our promotion code lamprechtpharma-pld21 you will benefit from a reduced admission price. *)
- Here you will find the list of exhibitors
*) Access/Admission 3 G - with Covid certificate/proof, more here.
The team of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics AG is looking forward to welcoming you at the Pharma Logistics Days 2021 in Basel. If you have any questions, please contact us: email@example.com
what you need to know about transport insurance
If transported goods are damaged or stolen en route, the question arises as to who is liable for the damage. Naturally, the focus is on the forwarder, simply because he usually has the contractual relationship with his customer (forwarding contract). However, the forwarder is not liable for every transport damage, and even if he is liable, the contractual liability limits must be taken into account. In many cases, the owner of the goods does not receive compensation from the forwarder - or at least not the full amount of the damage! It is clear that this is bound to cause trouble in the relationship between the customer and the forwarder, but what can be done?learn more Close
switzerland-united kingdom - aeo mutual recognition agreement in force
Ratification has now also been completed on the British side, so that the agreement on the mutual recognition of the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) between Switzerland and the United Kingdom has been in force since 1st September, 2021. Companies with AEO status are considered reliable in terms of international supply chain security, which makes it easier for them to trade bilaterally. They benefit from privileges in security-related customs controls and simplifications in customs clearance.learn more Close
alignment of the us dangerous goods regulations
The US PHMSA (Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration) is submitting a proposal to align dangerous goods regulations with international regulations and standards.learn more Close
Among other things, changes to the proper shipping name, dangerous goods classes, packing groups, special provisions, packing approvals, quantity limits for air transport and stowage regulations in maritime transport are planned.
The proposed changes to the regulations are intended, among other things, to facilitate the safe transport of critical vaccines and other medical materials in connection with the Corona pandemic and to take account of the increasing proportion of lithium batteries in transport.
e-manifest canada: amps penalties starting september 1, 2021
Canadian Customs have implemented the electronic manifesting of shipments entering Canada. Although already mandatory, Canadian Customs will, as per today, September 1, 2021 (arrival date Canadian territory) start issuing AMPS penalties where entries are not filed in time.
We need to submit all relevant information to our Canadian partners 3 days prior to loading to the vessel at the foreign port of loading. Therefore, we urge you to provide us with your shipment details in time, in order to enable us to comply with these regulations.
two-day information event at ilmac with exhibition and presentations on the topic of pharmaceutical logistics and packaging - 20 and 21 october 2021 basel exhibition centre
The Pharma Logistics Days are coming closer. As of today, they will be held with the Covid certificate. All visitors, exhibitors and service providers present their certificate according to "3G" (vaccinated, recovered or tested negative). This means that masks are no longer required during the event. You will find the latest information directly here. We recommend that all visitors bring a valid certificate with them to avoid waiting times. Information about the nearest Covid test station will be provided closer to the date.
With the promo code, which you can obtain as a visitor to the event by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd, your admission price will be reduced. The day ticket costs CHF 105.00 instead of CHF 135.00, the two-day ticket CHF 165.00 (instead of CHF 195.00).
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. will keep you informed about the Pharma Logistics Days 2021 on this page. Visit us again soon!
Difficult situation for air freight in China
The new outbreak of the Corona pandemic in China is mostly under control. However, the impact on the air cargo industry continues to grow, mainly due to the strict prevention measures. The Chinese government gives the Covid virus "zero tolerance"!learn more Close
In addition to the two measures mentioned below, the ban on P 2 C aircraft and the reduction of turnaround time, the following new measures apply:
Aircraft crews are no longer allowed to stay overnight in China, they must leave the same day/night. No overnight stays for crews and aircraft. This means that airlines will have to use two crews. The direct and immediate consequence is that airlines are cancelling flights because they have a serious crew/storage problem. Shanghai airport, for example, has only used just over 33% of its capacity in recent weeks.
All airside and terminal workers are subject to "Triple 7" checks, i.e. :
a. 7 days work and stay in a designated hotel, no return home.
b. 7 days quarantine in a designated hotel different from the above.
c. 7 days quarantine at home.
This has shrunk the workforce by almost 50%! Some airlines have decided to stop carrying import cargo to Shanghai so that priority can be given to loading export cargo. Others are not accepting export cargo to give priority to import cargo!
All these measures are expected to continue for a few more weeks. The airline industry will continue to be severely affected. Less capacity means higher tariffs! Air cargo volumes have more or less reached the same level as before the pandemic, but capacity has dropped considerably.
Situation sea freight worldwide
For the second time within a few months, a container port in the People's Republic of China shut down its operations in the middle of last week due to a corona infection. This time it hit Ningbo.
The renewed closure of a major Chinese port is fuelling concerns of further disruption to the already very tense global supply chains.learn more Close
Ningbo is China's second largest container port after Shanghai . The volume handled is more than twice as high as in the seaport of Hamburg. There are currently around 30 container ships waiting outside the port.
On a positive note, the number of pirate attacks on the high seas decreased significantly in the first half of the year. According to surveys by the International Maritime Bureau, there were 68 pirate attacks compared to 98 incidents in the same period last year. However, the issue of piracy remains acute among seafarers on board ships, who are already facing great hardship during the Corona period.
From 1st September, 2021, the new Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) season will start in Australia and New Zealand. For cargoes/containers from most European countries, fumigation/heat treatment will be required from this date until the end of April 2022.learn more Close
Each individual sea freight shipment must be specifically treated to the standards set by the Australian authorities.
Unlike Australia, there are no regulations for individual shipments or HS codes on the part of the New Zealand authorities, so it is expected that all loaded containers will be subjected to heat treatment. However, there are exceptions to this which do not require treatment, e.g. pharmaceutical products, textiles, foodstuffs etc.
Your sea freight contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. will be happy to provide you with detailed information. You can also find further information under these links for Australia and New Zealand.
IATA takes stock
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) documents the devastating impact of the pandemic on air cargo in its 2020 Yearbook.learn more Close
A total of 1.8 billion passengers flew on scheduled flights in 2020, 60.2% less than in the previous year. The most frequent international travellers were US citizens (45.7 million), followed by Britons (40.8 million) and Germans (30.8 million).
One million jobs are said to have been lost in the airline industry.
However, the air freight business declined by only 21.4% worldwide.
capacity bottlenecks at beijing and shanghai airports
Due to staffing problems of the airline handling agents in Beijing and Shanghai, caused by a COVID outbreak, several airlines have announced reduced cargo capacity to Shanghai and Beijing. Most freighters will continue to operate as scheduled, but with reduced cargo. In order to avoid a backlog, transport options will be restricted, which will probably lead to rate increases by the airlines due to the even further reduced capacities.
It is not possible to predict how long this situation will last.
Please contact your contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. if you have an air freight shipment from or to Beijing or Shanghai. We will be happy to advise you on the most suitable alternative solution.
New regulations Pakistan for air freight and sea freight
According to the regulation of the Pakistani customs authorities, the placement of the commercial invoice and packing list in the import container or package is mandatory for every shipment booked after 30 June, 2021.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your sea and air freight contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd.learn more Close
pakistan - new regulations air feight and sea freight
update on the new advanced cargo information (aci) system in egypt
As per the communication received from Egypt Ministry of Finance, amending some provisions of Resolution No. 38 of 2021, there is an extension to the Advance Cargo Information Declaration (ACID) Implementation by three months. The regulations are now scheduled to go live from 1st October 2021 instead of earlier announced date of 1st July 2021.learn more Close
update congestion sea ports
As reported earlier, the port of Yantian in the southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen had to close for a fortnight due to a Corona outbreak. The effects are more serious than after the closure of the Suez Canal: containers stand for up to 23 days instead of being loaded onto ships. In Yantian/Shenzhen, 10% of Chinese export goods are normally loaded. So Shenzhen is perhaps the most important trans-shipment centre of globalisation. In the last two weeks, 298 container ships with a capacity of over three million containers were unable to call at Shenzhen. Over 357,000 TEU's could not be loaded.
In the meantime, port operations could be resumed, but the ramp-up continues (currently about 70%).
In Germany, too, the seaports, especially Hamburg, are completely overloaded. Maersk, for example, reports that Hamburg will not be called at for the next four weeks and the cargoes will be unloaded in Bremerhaven instead.
The bottleneck in southern China is putting even more strain on the already very tense sea freight situation. The same applies to the sometimes massive traffic jams at the ports. There will therefore be further delays. Massive space problems unfortunately continue to be the order of the day, and as a serious consequence there will be further price increases in freight traffic.
Hapag Lloyd made an interesting comment. Normally, Hapag Lloyd moves about 80,000 TEUs (20' box containers) a week from Asia. At present, however, they are overbooked by up to 15 times! The imbalance is far too great! On average, container ships have to wait 1 to 1 ½ days for clearance, now it is more than 3 days on average! The average container turnaround has also increased significantly. Before the crisis, it took around 50 days for a container to be ready for a next tour. Today we are at 60 days!
challenges in sea freight - recommendations for exporters: corona pandemic reveals systemic flaws
As a result of the Corona pandemic, massive problems have been manifesting themselves in global sea freight transport since April 2020. Claudio Licci, Director Sea Freight of our parent company Lamprecht Transport Ltd., reports on this and gives concrete recommendations for Swiss exporters.learn more Close
While the difficulties at the beginning of the crisis were mainly limited to imports from Asia, today all trade lanes are under pressure: freight companies are struggling with undercapacity, overcrowded ports, congested container terminals and insufficient infrastructure.
Container ships are getting bigger and bigger and can already load up to 23,500 TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit; standard container). When several ships of this dimension arrive at a seaport at the same time, it causes major logistical problems - even in "normal" times. The ports of Singapore and Los Angeles/Long Beach, for example, are often heavily congested due to the large volume of containers. Singapore is enormously important as a hub for the Southeast Asian and Australian markets; the two ports on California's south coast handle about 40 per cent of US sea freight and are crucial for transpacific traffic. No wonder, the punctuality of ships has sunk to an all-time low: while 65 per cent of ships worldwide still arrived on time in the spring of 2020, a year later it was less than 35 per cent. Delays of up to six weeks - for example, on the route to China - are unfortunately no longer uncommon.
Due to the Corona pandemic, major terminals have repeatedly been cancelled in recent months. And there seems to be no sign of a turnaround: A fortnight ago, one of the world's largest port facilities, that of Yantian in the southern Chinese city of Shenzen, was summarily closed after new Covid 19 infections were registered. Hundreds of container ships had to be diverted, causing delays of up to 14 days in imports and exports. Countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are currently in a partial lockdown: although the ports are open, there is a lack of staff in the terminals. The situation is also worsening at the companies responsible for road transport because many truck drivers have dropped out. With the rising infection figures in Malaysia and Vietnam, there was bad news from Southeast Asia again this week.
The Corona pandemic has not only caused acute problems in sea freight, but has also brought to light a whole series of systemic deficiencies. Among the biggest challenges are the lack of container equipment as well as shipping space. In April 2020, 551 ships with a capacity of around 3 million TEU were decommissioned. After the shipowners put these ships back into service, the corresponding capacities were available to the market again in the fourth quarter of last year. But because almost all companies around the globe are expanding their inventories - and because consumption has already picked up strongly again - demand far exceeds the supply of shipping space. As a result, waiting times of four to five weeks often have to be accepted. The major trade lanes to the USA and Asia are particularly affected by these delays. The situation has been further aggravated by the blockade of the Suez Canal, which has led to delivery delays of 20 days. The "Ever Given" of the Evergreen shipping company is still out of service after being seized by the Egyptian authorities; the 20,000 TEU of this ship are missing in imports and exports.
In the short and medium term, not much will change in terms of capacity - which is why the shipping companies shy away from making clear forecasts. The fact is that the shipping companies regulate the available space better today than ever before. And it is also clear that additional containers or more ships would further strain the already precarious infrastructure of many ports. It is therefore not surprising that freight rates in all trade lanes have climbed to new highs. And prices will continue to rise sharply: Especially for sea freight to the USA and South America, massive increases must be expected in July.
The problems mentioned above will accompany international sea freight traffic for some time to come. Experts agree that the situation will not change before the end of the year and may even persist until after the Chinese New Year (1. 2. 2022). The reasons for this less optimistic outlook are manifold:
- Q3 and Q4 are considered the strongest quarters of the year in the retail sector. Not only is Golden Week in China (1-7 October 2021) just around the corner, but also the year-end spurt (imports and exports for the 2021 Christmas trade have already begun).
- Consumer sentiment is already very good again in the USA and Asia and is also picking up in Europe.
- The economic stimulus programmes launched by various countries will tie up large transport capacities.
- The existing overflow of containers to be transported must be reduced in the coming months before conditions return to normal.
There is justified hope that the situation on the labour market will also ease with the progress of the vaccination programmes in the individual countries. As soon as port workers and truck drivers can resume their work and carry it out without major restrictions, the market will gradually return to normal. Meanwhile, prices for sea freight will remain at a high level.
Although the Northeast Passage is navigable between June and December, it is not used by international sea freight traffic - with very few exceptions. The main reasons for this are the lack of safety (shallow draught!) and the lack of infrastructure along the route, but mainly considerations of a political and ecological nature. A valid alternative would be rail transport from Asia to Europe - but here, too, capacities are booked up for weeks. In addition, prices in this segment quickly adjust to those of sea freight. Because overseas passenger flights are still rare, there is also a lack of capacity in air freight - although more and more cargo aircraft are being used. While prices for air freight to Asia have more or less settled at pre-Corona levels, rates for shipments to the USA or South America are now around three times higher than before the pandemic.
- Talk to your customers and suppliers: This will enable you to organise your transports in good time.
- Plan much longer lead times: Short-term bookings are now practically impossible or a matter of pure luck.
- Talk to your freight forwarder in good time: Good forecasts help them to book the space they need in good time.
- Check possible options: Do not always run your transports via the northern ports - the southern ports are a good alternative.
(This article was published on the webpage of Switzerland Global Enterprise.)
new system for advance cargo information for ocean freight to egypt
As of 1st July, 2021, the new information system for the advanced registration of ocean freight cargo before the shipping date, through article 39 of the new Customs Law No. 207, will be mandatory.learn more Close
The “ACI” or “Advance Cargo Information” aims to simplify cargo clearance procedures, to ensure verification of the guarantees of importers and the exporters, as well as to accept the import of certain types of cargoes or prohibit same from entering the Egyptian market.
- The importer or his agent has to register on the electronic portal of the National Single Window for Foreign Trade Facilitation “NAFEZA”.
- Prior to launch a shipment to Egypt, there is need to upload cargo information to receive the Preliminary Customs Registration Number called “ACID” or “Advance”. The process of uploading the cargo information must be repeated for each shipment separately!
- The exporter will use the dedicated platform of CargoX solution for blockchain document transfer in which he has to create an account. The ACID must be mentioned on each shipping document to comply. This will enable proper traceability.
- Important: Your cargo will not be discharged from the carrying vessel and will be returned to you at your own expenses if you did not comply with the ACID.
The implementation already started on trial basis as of 1st April, 2021, whereas the system shall be fully in force as of 1st July, 2021, for all ocean freight shipments.
Your contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics will be happy to answer any questions you may have with regard to this new regulation.
port operations in hamburg continue to be affected
Since the north and west ports are generally already overloaded, the situation in Hamburg has worsened as a result of various events (defusing bombs from the World War, climate demonstration), and handling is impaired. There will probably be considerable delays for some time to come.
For detailed information about your shipments, please get in touch with your contact at Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd.
Now the time has come: As of today, Gian Carlo Alessi takes over the management of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. as the new Managing Director.
"I am delighted to be able to join a company which has made a name for itself in the pharmaceutical logistics sector over the past few years and works tirelessly for its customers every day. I am looking forward to get to know the customers and partners of Lamprecht Pharma soon."
The previous managing director, Urs Suter, will in future devote himself to the area of key accounts & projects.
Pharma Logistics Days Basel - 20th/21st October, 2021
After a remarkable first Pharma Logistics Day 2018 in Pratteln, the extraordinarily successful 2nd Pharma Logistics Day 2019 at Messe Basel and the very positive feedback from visitors and exhibitors, a third event will take place in 2021 - now on two days, on 20th and 21st October, 2021 in Basel.learn more Close
This event is organized by an interdisciplinary (neutral) committee and will take place during "ILMAC 2021" in a separate hall at Messe Basel in Switzerland. All visitors to ILMAC are also welcome to the Pharma Logistics Days. ILMAC, which takes place every two years, is the most important trade fair for the pharmaceutical industry in Switzerland. Further information on ILMAC can be found here.
You will find detailed information on this two-day event in the Factsheet.
With Messe Basel we have a partner with great organizational professionalism. Nevertheless, the 3rd Pharma Logistics Days should also retain their familiar and authentic touch.
Once again, all "players" in pharmaceutical logistics are invited to exhibit, such as:
- road transport companies
- sea freight shipping lines
- suppliers of GPS, data logging and / or tracking devices
- suppliers of active and passive containers and thermal blankets
- the packaging solutions industry
Further information on the forum, the workshops and presentations and the planned “Pharma Logistics School Day” will follow.
With your registration you do not take any risk: There are no costs if the trade fair / event has to be cancelled due to an official decision, as a result of the corona pandemic, due to a lack of visitor registrations or for other reasons.
Of course, a cancellation (if at all necessary) would be made as late as possible, but as early as possible so that all exhibitors can organize themselves accordingly. Please read the general terms and conditions and the special provisions deviating from the exhibitor regulations.
As soon as the portal is open for visitor registration, which will be the case at the end of May/beginning of June, we will keep all exhibitors informed of the progress.
The Pharma Logistics Days committee would be delighted to welcome you to Basel on 20th and 21st October, 2021.
Please do not hesitate to send your further questions to email@example.com. They will be answered by return.
Impression of the Pharma Logistics Day 2019, source: MCH Messe Schweiz (Basel) AG
update notice suez canal - vessel owners declare general average
After EVER GIVEN's successful refloating, the vessel has been towed to the Greater Bitter Lake for class inspection. This inspection is on-going, and we shall keep you updated on the outcome as soon as possible.
In view of the costs and expenses engaged to refloat the vessel, we have now been informed that the owners of the vessel have declared General Average ("GA").
Customers of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. who have freight on the EVER GIVEN will be contacted directly by our staff.
Suez Canal blocked since March 23, 2021
Important information for our sea freight customers about the blockade in the Suez Canallearn more Close
Since Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021, the ship “Ever Given” has been blocking the Suez Canal with around 17,000 containers on board, thus the most important trade route between Asia and Europe. The consequences of this blockade will affect the supply chains of all driving areas.
The rescue work is in full swing - information from the press and social media differ; we are talking about delays of a few days up to possibly several weeks. What are the possible scenarios for all those involved in the flow of goods?
- Bypassing the Suez Canal
A possible alternative route is the detour via Africa. The longer transit time of approx. 7-12 days further results in massive additional costs for fuel. The next few hours around the progress of the salvage work will decide whether the major shipping companies consider the detour via Africa.
- Delays after the blockade
An average of around 50 vessels pass through the Suez Canal every day. As soon as the free passage is guaranteed again, the reduction of the backlog will take several days, possibly a few weeks.
- Port Congestion
Overloading of the terminals in Europe and Asia must be expected. As soon as the Suez Canal is freely passable, the ships will head for the port terminals at a greatly increased rate. The loading and unloading of the ships will drag on.
- Adjustment of the ship timetables
It is to be expected that the shipping companies will adapt the ships' timetables to the circumstances. Possible scenarios are omitting ports ("port omits") or changing the port sequence.
- Blank sailings
It is very likely that the shipping companies will withdraw ships from other sailing areas and use them for Asia-Europe traffic. This in turn has an impact on the affected trades, in which the vessels will be missing. The consequences are "blank sailings" (interruption of the weekly departures).
- Shipments in the coming weeks from Europe and Asia
The currently blocked vessels are all intended for loading in the coming weeks from Europe and Asia. Long delays and possible failures (“blank sailings”) are to be expected for all routings.
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. continues to monitor the situation and provides regular updates at this point.
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. appoints a new Managing Director
The Board of Directors of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. (LPL) in Pratteln / Switzerland announces the appointment of Gian Carlo Alessi as the new Managing Director. G. C. Alessi will take up his position on June 1, 2021.learn more Close
Gian Carlo Alessi is responsible for the management and development of all logistics activities at LPL. After training as a freight forwarder at Danzas / DHL, he worked in various positions in sales, customer service and as Head of Switzerland at Air France and KLM Cargo. Since 2012, G.C. Alessi has been Head of the Freight Department at EuroAirport in Basel-Mulhouse.
The previous Managing Director of the LPL, Urs Suter, who would like to relinquish management for personal reasons, will remain with the company as the future Key Account & Project Manager.
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. is one of the leading companies in the field of pharmaceutical logistics in Switzerland, and is a subsidiary of Lamprecht Transport Ltd. in Basel.
LPL specializes in pharmaceutical transports and maintains a large GMP / GDP-compliant warehouse in Pratteln / Basel for all temperature ranges (storage & distribution). The company has had its activities approved by Swissmedic Switzerland for over 20 years.
Combinated power from a single source
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. and Voigt Industrie Service Ltd. combine their core competencies. For Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd., this means, in addition to the existing international pharma logistics, having a reliable national and international partner for the pre-wholesale business at their side. To the flyer ...
Trade Agreement Switzerland-United Kingdom - IMPORTANT: Changed rules of origin
After the one-year transition period, the United Kingdom left the EU internal market and the EU customs union. Furthermore, the international agreements of the EU no longer apply to the United Kingdom. They have been replaced by a new agreement. At the same time, the free trade agreement between Switzerland and the United Kingdom has been in force since January 1, 2021.
Unfortunately, these two agreements are not fully compatible. For exports to the United Kingdom, Swiss exporters must observe the following points when claiming preferential origin since January 1, 2021.learn more Close
- Primary materials from the EU are considered to be third countries in the manufacture of goods in Switzerland, even if they were previously imported duty-free. For exports to the United Kingdom, these may no longer be considered as originating goods when calculating the origin. We therefore advise Swiss exporters of goods to the United Kingdom to check their preference calculation.
- If Swiss exporters purchase goods from the EU with preferential treatment and send them on to the United Kingdom, no EUR 1 movement certificates / declarations of origin may be issued. Customs duties must be paid by the importer when importing into the UK.
Further information can be found on the webpage of the Federal Customs Administration.
Temperature-controlled GDP storage space for rent
With immediate effect we can offer our customers additional temperature-controlled storage areas:
There are now available another 800 m2 resp. 700 pallets in the "ambient" area (+15 - + 25 ° C) and an additional cold room 0f 90 m2 ,(+2 - + 8 ° C), built-in, for 100 pallets. A part of the area in the ambient area has been newly delimited for relabelling, the exchange of package inserts or repackaging orders.
The first goods could already be stored.learn more Close
Ambient range +15 - +25°C cold room +2 - +8°C
Interested? Then contact our Mrs Claudine Felber immediately. She is at your disposal for further information: P extension +41 61 284 77 81, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Effects of the corona virus on global road freight transport
To the overview of the effects of the corona virus on road freight transport in affected regions worldwidelearn more Close
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. moves its registered office to its operating plant in Pratteln.learn more Close
As per 31/12/2019, Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. moved its registered office from Basel to its operational site in Pratteln. Meanwhile, Lamprecht Pharma Logistics' Swissmedic operating permits have been adjusted accordingly.
The general operating license of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics for the manufacturing (meaning the repacking of the secondary packaging) and the wholesale trade of medical products (including, but not restricted to, import, export, storage and trade abroad) is now valid for an unlimited period of time.
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. - Member of TAPA EMEA (The Transported Asset Protection Association)
Our TAPA membership - another trademark of our quality and realiability!learn more Close
We attach great importance to the quality of our services, to safe storage and safe transport of our customers' freight.
Our security management system is designed to achieve full compliance with all applicable regulatory and industry-specific security standards and to mitigate potential security risks such as theft or unlawful interference as much as possible. We constantly strive to improve our security management system.
As a member of the leading association in the field of transport security, we would like to make our contribution to the fight against freight crime in the EMEA region and worldwide.
The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is an unique association of global manufacturers, logistics service providers, freight forwarders, law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders with the target of reducing losses in the international supply chain. TAPA reduces freight theft through development and application of global security standards, industry best practices, technology, training, benchmarking, and regulatory cooperation and pro-active identification of crime trends and supply chain security risks.
The TAPA membership is another trademark of our quality and reliability!
We help to save lives
Logistics in aid of the ill.learn more Close
Have you ever thought of how live-saving pharmaceuticals make their way to the patient within shortest time?
The TV program Mega Air shows special air freight projects. We as Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. were selected for a contribution describing a shipment of live-saving pharmaceuticals.
Take a look at the film showing an urgent, refrigerated shipment of pharmaceuticals from Switzerland to Singapore.
We thank all our partners in the logistics supply chain for their daily successful co-operation in favour of patients worldwide!
Pharma air freight from and to Japan
Our partner in Japan, Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation, obtained - together with Kansai Airport - the CEIV certification.learn more Close
Please see here the press release of Mibsubishi Logistics Corp. to this subject and contact us for your GDP shipments to and from Japan!
Incoterms® 2020 - Changes
In fall 2019, ICC published the new version of the Incoterms. Here a summary of the significant changes.learn more Close
For CIF (cost insurance freight) and CIP (carriage insurance paid) the rules of Incoterms® 2020 provide for an adjustment of the necessary insurance coverage.
FCA, DAP, DPU and DDP take into account that the transport can also be handled by one's own means of transport.
DAT (delivered at terminal) was renamed into DPU (delivered at place unloaded).
Please find here an overview of the Incoterms® 2020 for download
Security requirements for pharmaceutical logistics are steadily increasing. For this reason, we installed the position of a security manager.learn more Close
We welcome: Ms Claudia Piekarek / Security Manager
Claudia has a broad experience in quality and security. Please feel free to contact her if you have questions.
We wish her a good start, fulfilment and success in her new responsibility.
P +41 61 284 78 02
Our staff went to school.learn more Close
Last week the entire staff of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. had the opportunity to refresh their GDP knowledge and to broaden their skills. Thanks a lot for the very interesting training which was conducted by the external provider PTS.
Pharma Logistics Day 2019
A look back at a successful Pharma Logistics Day 2019!learn more Close
We thank all exhibitors and guests for participating and for the interesting Pharma Logistics Day 2019!
Visitors to the Pharma Logistics Day 2019 could update themselves very close on new products and services in the pharma logistics field, with live presentations at the booths, technical lectures and in dialogue with specialists.
The presentations are ready for download for personal use:
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Pharma Logistics Day 25 September 2019 - powered by Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd.
For the first time Pharma Logistics Day is being held during ILMAC 2019 at Messe Basel, in cooperation with Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd.
A one-day event awaits you, with the focus on logistics and packaging in the parmaceutical industry. It is being staged from 09:00 - 18:30 on 25 September 2019 in an unforgettable location in Hall 2.learn more Close
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. is very pleased to welcome the pharmaceutical industry as part of ILMAC on 25 September at Messe Basel.
This special show provides you with information on current topics and the latest news from the industry as well as on everything to do with packaging and transport. More detailed information will follow soon.
Save the date! A registration form will be available soon on this webpage.
Thanks to all
Many thanks to all who contributed to the success of our 1st Pharma Logistics Day!
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Day on Friday, 19th October 2018
The 1st "Pharma Logistics Day" of Lamprecht Pharma Logistics Ltd. will take place on Friday, 19th October, 2018, from 10:00 till 18:00 h.
This event will enable the participants to get an in-depth view of Pharmaceutical Logistics, having all "players" present at our premises in Pratteln that day.
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics reaches another milestone in view of its quality standards
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics is nominated QEP Qualified Envirotainer Provider Advanced Level.learn more Close
Lamprecht Pharma Logistics AG comes up with another quality guarantee: Since July, 2018 the company is certified as a Qualified Envirotainer Provider Advanced Level (QEP).
Certification ISO 9001:2015
The Quality Management of the entire Lamprecht Group Switzerland was successfully audited in April, 2018 by Bureau Veritas Switzerland. At the same time, the transition in accordance with the latest quality standards ISO 9001:2015 was effected.learn more Close
The certificate ISO 9001:2015 confirms that Lamprecht Transport Ltd. complies with the current international ISO standards and the therein specified quality standards. The certified processes guarantee the high quality of our services and enable a continuous improvement in favour of our customers.
Our quality system is an important tool in our daily work. The operational procedures become thus traceable and transparent.
We are pleased to inform you that the quality of our clearly set processes have been approved again by a neutral assessment company.
Our new certificate in compliance with ISO 9001:2015 will be valid until July, 2021. The certificate for download.