In Indonesia, imported pharmaceuticals and medical devices must be registered with Indonesia’s National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) before being distributed. In order to do so, the foreign pharmaceutical manufacturer must have its own subsidiary, manufacturing facility, or authorized distributor to act as its local agent.
As part of our service to the principals, we can assist in obtaining the new product registration for those principals that don’t meet the criteria to register their own product in Indonesia. Our regulatory department stays up-to- date with current Indonesian laws to ensure that the products we deliver are not only in compliance, but also launched on time.
UDC only distributes products that have been through the Indonesian government approval process and are from the original manufacturer. In this way, all of UDC’s customers can be sure that they are receiving quality products from a trusted source.