Conference Day 2

  • Look at the latest innovations in delivering the complicated last mile of distribution
  • Assess the challenges and potential solutions for upstream and downstream supply chain
  • Understand the challenges of demand management, and explore potential solutions for when things go wrong
  • Hear about what the global fund are doing in Africa and how you can implement their lessons in difficult regions
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Rob Addison

Head of Strategy, Performance & Risk, Production Procurement and Sourcing & Supply Chain
GSK & The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

9:30 am - 10:00 am PATIENT CENTRIC HEALTHCARE - Factoring Patient-First Thinking into Supply Chain Planning

Roman Mijnhart - Sr. Director Global Supply Chain Quality Sanofi Genzyme
  • Strengthen your temperature controlled supply chain with closer involvement from all key stakeholders – from manufacturer to patient
  • Improve your engagement with patient organisations
  • Analyse ways to improve the security of your supply chain with closer relationship management
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Roman Mijnhart

Sr. Director Global Supply Chain Quality
Sanofi Genzyme

10:00 am - 10:20 am SMART PACKAGING - Embracing the Value of Smart Packaging

Ruud van der Geer - Assoc. Director Supply Chain Management EMEA MSD
  • Discover how to leverage single use and reusable packaging for secure and efficient distribution
  • Look at the recent innovations to achieve seamless monitoring, and examine what the future holds
  • Understand how smart packaging can add value
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Ruud van der Geer

Assoc. Director Supply Chain Management EMEA
MSD

10:20 am - 10:55 am INNOVATION IN DISASTER RESPONSE Softbox and MSD Develop Drone Delivery Enabled System Supporting Disaster Relief and Disease Outbreaks

Ruud van der Geer - Assoc. Director Supply Chain Management EMEA MSD
Richard Wood - Technical Director Softbox Systems
  • WHY - Learn about MSD’s project to provide life-saving medicines for humanitarian disasters
  • WHAT - Get a glimpse into the collaborative partnership to provide medical supplies by drone
  • HOW - Discover how Softbox developed a temperature control packaging system that is especially designed for the delivery of medicines by drone, and how they participated in the development of a smartbox with Internet of Things technology to provide real time data on temperature, Location and security

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Ruud van der Geer

Assoc. Director Supply Chain Management EMEA
MSD

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Richard Wood

Technical Director
Softbox Systems

10:55 am - 11:35 am Networking Coffee Break

Stream 1

11:35 am - 12:05 pm EMERGING MARKETS CASE STUDY - Temperature Controlled Logistics in South Asia
Muhammad Azmat Khan - Sr. Manager Logistics & Export Getz Pharma
  • Define the specific challenges in developing countries such as India & Pakistan
  • Discover how the lessons learned operating in these regions will advance your global strategies
  • Overcome challenges such as difficult infrastructure, challenging bureaucracies, searing-hot temperatures and limited transportation options
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Muhammad Azmat Khan

Sr. Manager Logistics & Export
Getz Pharma

Stream 1

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm SUPPLIERS & PARTNERS - Temperature Controlled Transportation Between Suppliers in Latin America
Luiz Alberto Barberini - Head of External Manufacturing LatAm Bayer
  • Key considerations when moving temperature controlled products from one supplier to another
  • Enlisting the help of local partners in emerging regions
  • Getting to grips with the complex regulatory landscapes of Brazil and Colombia
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Luiz Alberto Barberini

Head of External Manufacturing LatAm
Bayer

Stream 1

12:45 pm - 1:15 pm VENDOR QUALIFICATION - Qualifying and Managing Temperature Controlled Logistics Vendors
Maria D’Orazio - Customer Care & Distribution Biotech Manager Dompé
  • Establishing procedures to ensure the suitability of vendors
  • Practical and simple tools for vendor qualification
  • Have confidence that suppliers, vendors and contractors are able to fulfill their commitments

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Maria D’Orazio

Customer Care & Distribution Biotech Manager
Dompé

Stream 2

11:35 am - 12:05 pm GDP INSPECTIONS - GDP Theory v Practice
Nigel Cryer - Head of Compliance & Inspection Readiness Sanofi
  • What are the minimum requirements for compliance? What level are we realistically aiming to meet?
  • Examples of the consequences of NOT being GDP compliant
  • Strategies to ensure 100% compliance without sacrificing too much time or cost
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Nigel Cryer

Head of Compliance & Inspection Readiness
Sanofi

Stream 2

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm GDP COMPLIANCE - Implementing Global Standards to Ensure End-to- End GDP Compliance
Neil Piper - Healthcare Solutions Consultant GS1
  • Understand how GS1’s global standards can effectively operate as a GDP toolkit
  • Hear real-life examples of how standards can be used to strengthen regulatory compliance
  • Develop your own best-practice GDP compliance strategy

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Neil Piper

Healthcare Solutions Consultant
GS1

Stream 2

12:45 pm - 1:15 pm CHINA CASE STUDY - Establishing a New Rail Lane into China
Richard Peck - Global Head of Process Controlled Transportation CoE AstraZeneca
  • Hear the details of AstraZeneca’s rail transportation network into China
  • Understand the challenges involved in establishing a new route without existing infrastructure
  • Learn how you can save costs in supply vast regions like China with rail transportation
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Richard Peck

Global Head of Process Controlled Transportation CoE
AstraZeneca

Stream 3

11:35 am - 12:05 pm REAL TIME MONITORING - End-to-End Cold Chain Visibility: The Future is Now
Gisli Herjolfsson - CEO Controlant
  • Analyse why real-time temperature and product movement visibility is not only possible today, but also cost-effective and scalable
  • Hear actual examples of risk mitigation, waste prevention, logistics optimisation, and quality control from manufacture through the last mile
  • Learn how businesses are leveraging real-time data for business benefits
  • Take a look at where cold chain transparency and traceability technology is headed
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Gisli Herjolfsson

CEO
Controlant

Stream 3

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm CROSS INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE - Delivering Success in a Fresh Supply Chain
Richard Bonn - Director Supply Chain Natures Way Foods
  • Analyse the structure and systems adopted to ensure great visibility, control & agility
  • Looks at dynamic planning in a fresh supply chain
  • Understand a cross-industry risk management approach
  • Hear another opinion on Brexit!
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Richard Bonn

Director Supply Chain
Natures Way Foods

Stream 3

12:45 pm - 1:15 pm CLINICAL TRIAL SPOTLIGHT - The Advantages of an Automated Receipt Process of Temperature Monitored Shipments
Henk Dieteren - Senior Clinical Supply Manager, Clinical Trial Supply Grünenthal
  • Benefit from the lessons learned from shipments without an automated receipt process
  • Understand the user requirements for system integration in order to limit impact on subject´s safety
  • Discover the challenges during set up of the automated process and the achievements so far reached
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Henk Dieteren

Senior Clinical Supply Manager, Clinical Trial Supply
Grünenthal

1:15 pm - 2:30 pm Networking Lunch Break

2:30 pm - 3:05 pm MEAN KINETIC TEMPERATURE (MKT) - Mean Kinetic Temperature (MKT): Challenges and Opportunities

Graham Martin - Supply Chain Excellence Manager Pfizer
  • Analyse the potential use of MKT for CRT logistics
  • Assess the opportunities presented by MKT
  • Discuss the associated challenges and how to mitigate them
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Graham Martin

Supply Chain Excellence Manager
Pfizer

3:05 pm - 3:40 pm CRITICAL SUPPLY CHAIN - Temperature Controlled Supply in Emergency Situations

Clément Bingen - Responsible Pharmacist Médecins Sans Frontières Supply
  • Implement strategies to safeguard the temperature control of your products during emergencies such as epidemics and natural disasters
  • Decipher the key differences in supply during short-term and long-term disasters
  • Take a practical approach to avoiding temperature excursions in all scenarios and settings
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Clément Bingen

Responsible Pharmacist
Médecins Sans Frontières Supply

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm SUPPLY CHAIN 4.0 - Getting your Logistics Processes Ready to Capitalise on the 4.0 Revolution

Gianpiero Lorusso - Director, Supply Operations & General Services Merck Serono
  • Integrating processes before integrating systems
  • Opening lines of communication with all supply chain partners
  • Making sense of the buzzwords – what do Industry 4.0, Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence digital transformation really mean?
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Gianpiero Lorusso

Director, Supply Operations & General Services
Merck Serono

4:40 pm - 5:10 pm COLLABORATION - Transforming Inbound Supply Chains to Benefit Manufacturers, Supply Partners and Patients

Gianne Olaes-Dénis - Supply Chain Quality Manager & GDP Responsible Person Sanofi Genzyme
  • Increase the reliability and quality compliance of your temperature controlled supply chain
  • Reduce supply chain risk, non-value adding waste and lead times
  • Hear the results of BPOG’s Supply Partner Phorum’s (SPP) discussions on business continuity management; supply chain mapping; forecasting; and communication and data exchange
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Gianne Olaes-Dénis

Supply Chain Quality Manager & GDP Responsible Person
Sanofi Genzyme