Wholesaler to launch Florida's first drug pedigree tracking system

February 13, 2006

H.D. Smith, a Springfield, Ill.-based distributor, plans to launch what it claims is Florida's first drug pedigree tracking system in April 2006. This will purportedly make the company's Pompano Beach distribution center the first warehouse in Florida to be in compliance with Florida's deadline for drug tracking, called pedigree regulations, which are slated to become effective in July.

Wholesaler to launch Florida's first drug pedigree tracking system

H.D. Smith, a Springfield, Ill.-based distributor, plans to launch what it claims is Florida's first drug pedigree tracking system in April 2006. This will purportedly make the company's Pompano Beach distribution center the first warehouse in Florida to be in compliance with Florida's deadline for drug tracking, called pedigree regulations, which are slated to become effective in July. H.D. Smith has tapped Massachusetts-based SupplyScape Corp. as its electronic pedigree technology partner. SupplyScape provides supply chain security software and expertise to safeguard the pharmaceutical supply.

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