Division of Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics
A third party logistics provider (3PL) contracts with a prescription drug wholesale distributor or prescription drug manufacturer to provide warehousing, distribution or other logistics services on behalf of a manufacturer or wholesale distributor, but does not take title to the prescription drug or have responsibility to direct the sale or disposition of the prescription drug.
Application: Businesses seeking this permit must complete the Departments application. Mail or deliver the application and all required attachments to:
Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics Program
Other Prescription Drug Licenses and Permits:Submit a legible photocopy of all permits and licenses issued to the applicants address authorizing the purchase of prescription drugs at that address, regardless of the issuing agency state, federal or otherwise.
Contracts:Applicants and permittees must maintain contractual relationships with the prescription drug wholesale distributors and/or manufacturers for whom the applicant or permittee provides 3PL services.
Customer List:Applicants and permittees must disclose to the Department any and all prescription drug wholesale distributors and/or manufacturers for whom the applicant or permittee provides 3PL services.
License Term: Third Party Logistics Provider permits are valid through the last day of the initial issuance month in the second year of licensure.Example: A permit issued on September 12, 2011 would be valid through September 30, 2013.
Inspection: Passing an onsite inspection is a prerequisite to issuance of this permit to establishments located in Florida, although the Department may conduct a pre-permit or routine inspection, onsite or otherwise, for out-of-state applicants.
Fees: The application and permitting fee is $600 for a two-year permit, plus a one-time pre-permit inspection fee of $150 for establishments in Florida. Make checks payable to DBPR. The inspection fee applies only to new permits issued to establishments in Florida.
If you have any questions or need assistance completing these forms, please call the Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics Program at (850) 717-1800.
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