Translation of Manufacturer/Importer Licences
Companies that make, assemble or import human medicines need a manufacturer licence, issued by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). To qualify for this licence, manufacturers must be able to demonstrate compliance with EU good manufacturing practice (GMP) and pass regular on-site GMP inspections. A manufacturer licence also enables the import and export of licensed medicinal products to countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
If your company is looking to build partnerships outside the EEA, you may need to present your licence to authorities abroad. We are accustomed to translating licences for pharmaceutical manufacturers, so we can confidently provide accurate translations that are fit for purpose in your target country. Contact us here to discuss your translation needs.