Peracto recently secured a major achievement in its test facilities

Since merging with Staphyt, one of Europe’s fastest-growing agroscience businesses, the need to continue to invest in systems is central to ongoing success, both in local and global markets.

In October last year, Peracto New Zealand applied for Registration under the International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) Compliance monitoring Programme for GLP.

The application was successful, and the certification was registered in January this year.

This now means that Peracto New Zealand, located at Pukekohe on the North Island, is a recognised Test Facility for conducting GLP studies.

This is a major achievement for Peracto’s operations, enabling both Peracto Australia and Peracto New Zealand to participate in the Mutual Acceptance of Data (MAD) system.

Peracto Australia was reassessed for GLP Registration in March this year, marking 16 years of continual certification.

While conducting this reassessment NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia), provided us with very positive feedback on the continuous development of our systems over the past 16 years.

Both Australian and New Zealand test facilities operate under the one Quality Management System with Study Directors located in both countries.

Test Facility management has placed a firm focus on the two countries remaining committed to  interactions and communication so as to assure that the impact on management system requirements remains relevant, compliant and of value to the business and its staff.