Tackling Logistical and Supply Chain Challenges: Emerging markets - are they still emerging?

By: | at 06:20 AM | Logistics  

Cold Chain Distribution 2017 will shine a spotlight on the latest developments in the pharmaceutical supply chain. From the manufacturers to the patients, everyone involved in the complicated process of temperature controlled logistics will find the knowledge and necessary tools to reassess their processes. This year’s speaker will be addressing the challenges that the industry is currently facing, including cutting supply chain costs, operating in emerging markets, GPS temperature monitoring, identifying future trends and maintaining GDP compliance.

Building on the discussions from 2016, SMi’s 12th annual Cold Chain Distribution Conference and Exhibition will provide further insights into emerging market challenges for cold chain distribution, from regulatory requirements to partner selection. The conference will take place in London, on the 13th and 14th December 2017. Hosting senior cold chain experts from the Pharma and Biotech regulators and suppliers to keep ahead of cold chain distribution developments.

The 2017 agenda features a keynote address by Chris Wallace, International Supply Chain Director at Sanofi Genzyme. Chris will evaluate the best practices based on EU/GDP guidelines, the challenges with suppliers and couriers; as well as reviewing past experiences with sea/air transport.

The programme will also include presentations from IATA, GSK, Modalis Ltd., World Courier, Exelsius, Eli Lily and many more!

To view the complete 2-day schedule including full speaker line-up or to register, please visit www.coldchain-distribution.com/AJOT

Cold Chain Distribution 2017 is sponsored by Marken (Lead Sponsor), Berlinger & Co., EMBALL’ISO, Peli Biothermal, Sensitech, TP3 Global, World Courier & Yourway Transport


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