AxeRegel is a regulatory and pharmaceutical affairs consultancy company based in France. With a wide experience in the field, we provide individually tailored, high quality and flexible solutions in the areas of medicines, medical devices, cosmetic products and food supplements.

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What is an exploitant pharmaceutical site?

The "exploitant" is a status applied in France to companies performing commercial activities related with medical products. These activities include the wholesale and distribution free of charge of medicines, advertising, information, pharmacovigilance, batch follow-up, and if required, batch recall operations, as well as the corresponding storage activities.

AxeRegel has participated on 17 June 2018 in the running tour that took place in the splendid gardens of Château de Versailles and made a Royal performance.

Published on LinkedIn on 07/05/2018: An online presence is very important nowadays, that is the reason why we are celebrating this week our Go online.

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14/05/2018: We have published an article about GDPR in our French blog: RGPD : du bon sens et de l’organisation

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