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Global Pharmaceutical Distribution
Sep 23, 2013 to Sep 25, 2013
|Location||129 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1JZ
Early bird offer: Save €450 if you book before Friday 19th July!
Pharmaceutical Distribution 2013 boasts more than 25 international speakers from the world's largest pharmaceutical companies; this meeting brings together global expertise to assist you in improving your supply chain.
Top 5 highlights:
1 - GDP Focus morning - Specific Aspects of the Revised EU GDP Guidelines
Regulatory guidance on the new GDP guidelines – what is required? How can they be implemented?
Riekert Bruinick, Chief, Dutch Healthcare Inspectorate & Member of the EMA GDP Draft Writing Committee
2 - Case Study from Celgene - Implementing and Integrating a Central European Distribution Model: a case study of trials and tribulations
Exploring the lessons to be learnt from Celgene’s current project.
Hubert Koevoets, Director Distribution Europe & Transactional Management, Celgene
3 - Case study from Bristol-Myers Squibb - Successfully Sourcing Logistics Partners in Emerging Markets and Marginal Countries
- Case study exploring BMS’ approach to dealing with marginal countries where finding logistics partners is a crucial challenge.
Cedric Merlet, EMEA Associate Director Global Procurement Logistics, Bristol-Myers Squibb
4 - GE Healthcare session - Challenges in the Distribution of Short-Lived Radioactive Pharmaceuticals
How do regulations impact the availability of radiopharmaceuticals to patients, and do they “understand” radiopharmaceuticals?
Rob Dekkers, Logistics and Distribution Leader EMEA, GE Healthcare
5 - Interactive workshop - Quality Management in Your Cold Supply Chain
Dedicated session exploring the important issue of maintaining quality standards for your cold supply chain.
Saddam Huq, QA Senior Manager, Global Logistics & Cold Chain, GSK
For more information please:
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Keywords: global cold chain, pharmaceutical distribution, supply chain