The Only Event To Offer Tangible Take-Homes ThroughoutYour End-To-End Temperature Controlled Logistics Journey – From Supply Chain Planning To Last Mile Distribution
Each January for the past 17 years, more than 500 senior supply chain, logistics, storage, regulation and quality experts from the pharmaceutical industry have gathered at the TCL Forum for the largest, longest running and most comprehensive pharmaceutical cold chain and ambient logistics conference in Europe.
In January 2019 industry experts will once again come together in London to share their perspectives on supply chain innovation, logistics cost reduction, and overall GDP compliance.
Global Participation and Worldwide Coverage
With presentations already secured from Europe, USA, Latin America, South Asia, China, Russia and South East Asia, TCL 2019 is THE MOST global event yet. Your supply chain has worldwide coverage, and so do we - meet potential partners, and hear the experiences of temperature controlled logistics specialists from all parts of the world.
End-to-End Supply Chain Innovation
We are the ONLY event that takes all delegates on a journey from planning their temperature controlled supply chain, through the different stages and mode of transport (though difficult regions, various temperature zones, on multiple forms of transport, right through the tricky last mile of distribution and back to re-planning.) The 2019 agenda will also feature brand new technology case studies never before presented anywhere, and a fantastic exhibition showcasing the latest technologies, meaning you're guaranteed to leave TCL19 with the solutions you need.
Interactive and Case Study Led Sessions
No ones wants theoretic overviews, that’s why we provide more real-life case studies (from success stories to war stories) than any other temperature controlled event out there. Make sure you get the answers you're looking for by participating in the interative panel sessions, discussion roundtables, networking sessions and live polling.
2019 Early Confirmed Speakers and Facilitators Include:
Sr. Director Global Supply Chain Quality
Global Logistic Compliance Head
Distribution Operations Manager
Director, Supply Operations & General Services
SVP Business Development & Supply Chain Management
EMEA Freight Lead
Associate Director Supply Chain Management
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
Supply Chain Excellence Manager
Global Head of Process Controlled Transportation CoE
Network Solutions Manager
Director, External Quality Assurance - Distribution & Logistics
Transport and Trade Compliance Operations Manager
Swedish Orphan Biovitrum
Healthcare Solutions Consultant
Quality Compliance Manager, Global Logistics
Distribution Operations Manager
Cargo Specialist Manager for Europe
IATA (International Air Transport Association)
Paradigm Shift Consulting, Good Distribution Practice Consultancy
Supply Chain Quality Manager & GDP Responsible Person
Director of Logistics Quality & Regional Quality Officer
Assoc. Director Supply Chain Management EMEA
Senior Clinical Supply Manager, Clinical Trial Supply
Manager - SensiGuard Life Sciences
Senior Manager, Quality for Distribution & Cold Chain Management, Vaccines Quality Assurance Shared Services
Head of Compliance & Inspection Readiness
SVP Pharma & Healthcare Strategy
Kuehne + Nagel
Sr. Manager Logistics & Export
Chief Executive Officer
VP Global Head Pharma Seafreight
Kuehne + Nagel
International Senior Market Manager
Global Product Manager
Kuehne + Nagel
Supply Chain Specialist
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Senior Supply Chain Manager
Benefits of Attending
Innovate your supply chain and logistics strategies with new technologies and tactics – hear insight from Pfizer, MSD, Sensitech, Softbox and others
Implement serious cost reduction strategies for your logistics processes – with tips and tricks from CSL Behring, Dr. Reddy’s, Sanofi Genzyme, Kuehne + Nagel and more
Secure the integrity of your products by reducing temperature excursions – with quality assurance advice from MSD, GSK, Sanofi Genzyme and others
Increase the flexibility of your supply chain and logistics strategies to factor in changes with BREXIT, the FMD, weather pattern changes and natural disasters
Expand your temperature controlled supply chains into emerging markets – with shared experiences from Bayer (Latin America), Getz Pharma (South Asia), AstraZeneca (China) Médecins Sans Frontières (Africa) and more
New for 2019?
Interactive Discussion Groups
Next year we’re doing round tables a bit differently… we’re capping the numbers and taking registrations pre event – so that you know exactly what you’ll be discussing and with whom!
We’re updating the TCL app to allow you to get in touch with other attendees pre-event and set up 1-2-1 meetings while on site.
More Worldwide Coverage
This year, we've included more regional case studies than ever before, covering Europe, USA, Latin America, South Asia, China, Russia and South East Asia
Don't Just Take Our Word For It
“Brilliant, we need to look at logistics from another angle. Fresh and inspiring and highly professional”. Need more of this in logistics.”Cold Chain Transportation Specialist , Amgen
“Great conference, well organized by the team…. Good presentations and great networking opportunities. Hope to participate again next time!”Sr Director Quality Global Supply Chain, Sanofi Genzyme
“Good cross section of the industry”Quality Compliance Manager, GSK
“I enjoyed the different speaker panels and the diversity on the content so everyone was able to select what meets better their interests”Head of Global Distribution Solutions, Shire
“Good to see Presenters coming in with the experience and humour to deliver more interesting presentations”TCL Global Network Development Lead, Pfizer
“Very valuable to meet suppliers and to gain info on what the rest of the pharma industry and beyond is doing”Quality Manager, Astrazeneca
“Very good overview on latest developments in cold chain, solutions, products, industry trends, good networking”VP, Emerging Markets & Sales Leader, DHL
Optimising Your CRT
Approximately one-third of the medicines manufactured in Europe and the United States are now being tested and labeled for storage at controlled room temperature (CRT), mostly in the range of 15°C to 25°C and the proportion is increasing.
Pharma IQ sat down with Steve Winyard, Portfolio Strategy Manager Life Sciences at Inmark to discuss best practices for CRT transportation, an area which is facing increasing global regulatory scrutiny.
Pharma Sea Freight Working
This working group brings together the key stakeholders to drive unification and best practice in temperature controlled sea freight for pharmaceuticals.With that in mind the European Pharma Ocean Freight Working group has put together the following report, an initial guide to GDP transport for pharmaceuticals by sea freight.The report has developed into a fairly detailed (but not exhaustive) “how-to” and “this might happen” list, where all the known factors can be taken into account and appropriate risk mitigation measures put in place.
The Value of Air Freight in
Multiple factors affect the decision to choose a particular mode of transport for pharmaceuticals. On the back of feedback received on the topic of air freight vs sea freight, Pharma IQ interviewed two industry experts about their thoughts on the continuing importance of air freight in the transportation of temperature controlled pharmaceuticals.
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