Services

Biologística has wide experience in customized transport and logistics for blood centers, Central Laboratories of Public Health (LACEN's), clinical, pathological laboratories, research foundations and other institutions in the biological segment.

We plan the best route, provide advice for each stage of the process and monitor shipments from the gatherings of samples to delivery of the material to it end point.

Certifications

Aiming for excellence in the services provided to its customers, Biologística constantly has seeking qualifications from the regulatory agencies for the transport of biological samples, which makes it the widest brazilian business operator in this segment.

The excellent quality into services is guaranteed by ISO 9001 certification.
In 2015, Biologística once again was certified to ISO9001 program, by S.G.S. - world leader in inspection, verification, testing and certification. Founded in 1878, this company transformed the grain’s trade in Europe, offering innovative services of agricultural inspection.

So like that, Biologística demonstrates excellent level quality management of services provided in the biological material transportation.

Skills

  • • Consulting, development and implementation of customized logistics projects, focused on the biological area;

    • Development processes for physical input’s distribution, reagent and biological samples for diagnosis, defined as free loads or dangerous, classified in class “6” and identified as UN's 3373, 2814 and 2900;

    • Planning, creation and execution of exclusive and dedicated routes according to the customer needs, complying all requirements of the RDC #20 and #16;

    • Development and supply of specific and standardized packaging, following the standards set by the supervisory and regulatory bodies for air and road transportation.


    Note: RDC is a Resolution of the Executive Board of the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), a regulatory agency, just like a special arrangements for local authority under the Brazilian Ministry of Health.