Sea Freight Focus Day

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Registration and Welcome Coffee

9:00 AM - 9:40 AM CASE STUDY: Why AstraZeneca are on Course to Achieve 70% Sea Volume Ratio by 2018

Andrew Spencer , Global Category Manager Freight & Logistics, AstraZeneca Julian Wann, Global Category Leader Freight & Logistics, AstraZeneca
• Discover how utilising sea freight can better ensure that: product quality is maintained, temperature excursions are reduced, transportation is more sustainable, and supply chain cost are lower
• Examine the strategies that that AstraZeneca have employed in their significant modal shift
• Benchmark your own sea freight strategy with other pharma manufactures

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Andrew Spencer

Global Category Manager Freight & Logistics
AstraZeneca
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Julian Wann

Global Category Leader Freight & Logistics
AstraZeneca

9:35 AM - 10:10 AM Mitigating Risk and Reducing Costs in the Pharmaceutical Cold Chain – How Use of Redundant ISO Sea Containers Helps Pharmaceutical Companies Achieve Their Goals

Allan Klinge, President, Klinge Corporation
• High Air Freight Costs and Excursions Have Led to a Search for New Innovations in Pharmaceutical Transport – Learn How Companies are Starting to Move to Seafreight Solutions to Tackle Both Challenges
• Current trends in the Pharmaceutical Cold Chain – Air Freight vs. Ocean Freight
• Lessons from the Dangerous Goods Industry – Where Reliability Is a Matter of Life and Death
• Planning for the Unknown - How Companies Have Leveraged On-Site Modular Solutions in Preparation for Production Spikes and/or Catastrophic Plant Failure While Keeping Capital Expenditures Down


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Allan Klinge

President
Klinge Corporation

10:10 AM - 10:45 AM CASE STUDY: How GSK Vaccines Ensure End-to-End Temperature Control at Sea

Jeroen Janssens, Senior Manager, Centre of Excellence for Packaging & Cold Chain, GSK Vaccines
• Discover how to confidently ship high value, sensitive products at sea
• Decide if real time data tracking at sea will work for you, and how to implement it if it is
• Analyse GSK Vaccines latest sea freight project in the Americas, and take tips from the lessons they have learned

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Jeroen Janssens

Senior Manager, Centre of Excellence for Packaging & Cold Chain
GSK Vaccines

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Networking Coffee Break

11:55 AM - 12:30 PM The Role of Collaboration in Secure Sea Freight Shipping

Alan Kennedy, Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP , Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP
  • Understand why collaboration with key partners and stakeholders is vital for secure and efficient shipping of pharmaceuticals at sea
  • Develop strategies to enable closer partnerships across your supply chain
  • Examine real-life examples of what effective collaboration looks like and how it has helped both big and small pharma companies


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Alan Kennedy, Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP

Collaboration Champion
PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP

11:50 AM - 12:25 PM Understanding the Sea Freight Market

Hannes Lässig, VP Global Head Pharma Seafreight, Kuehne + Nagel
• The ocean carrier market is consolidating. Hear more about the consequences for your business.
• The Reefer container: How does it work and how do incorrect loading patterns impact the temperature performance and product quality
• New technologies: Smart devices or smart containers?


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Hannes Lässig

VP Global Head Pharma Seafreight
Kuehne + Nagel
Transportation of medicinal products is complex and challenging process requiring special attention and perfect coordination between all actors involved in supply chain. To choose reliable service provider is a key factor to make it a success. Since 2008 CMA CGM Group developed Pharma Procedure and keep growing its expertise year after year. With a Reefer fleet of 354 000 TEUs, which benefits from the latest technological innovations, the Group can provide full tracking of containers, 24/7 thanks to its reefers team of experts present in more than 85 countries. Anticipating customers’ needs CMA CGM already offers transportation matching about all requirements of Good Distribution Practice (GDP). Very well structured to match pharmaceutical industry requirements, putting in place strict procedures, CMA CGM Group is one of the most advanced shipping lines in terms of GDP recommendations deployments.
What you will learn:
• Main challenges related to maritime industry and possible solutions
• SOP/ co-ordination between stakeholders (terminals, depots, operational teams etc)
• Track and trace option for containers. Main benefits
• Pharma market trends today. What will happen tomorrow should the trend continue

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Eric Legros

Deputy Vice-President, Reefer Department
CMA CGM

1:00 PM - 1:40 PM **NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO TCL 2018! **Project Poseidon Release their BRAND NEW Project

Mark Edwards, Managing Director, Modalis Alan Kennedy, Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP , Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP
Project Poseidon have been working hard to harness and hone the collaborative skills that have been so successfully employed in other industry sectors, to bring the industry’s most enlightened and forward-thinking organisations together to develop and implement a ground-breaking global pharma sea freight service.
Hear the details of the brand new initiative first in this ground-breaking session.

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Mark Edwards

Managing Director
Modalis
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Alan Kennedy, Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP

Collaboration Champion
PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP

1:40 PM - 2:20 PM Networking Lunch Break

Simply choose the roundtable topic of most interest to you and join the discussion! These sessions are open, informal and a great opportunity to really gauge what your peers are planning and to share ideas and lessons learned. You will walk away with tangible ideas on how to solve your biggest challenges.
Tables:
1. Transporting Sensitive and High Value Shipments at Sea
2. Liability, Insurance and Security
3. Passive Packaging for Sea Freight?
4. The Importance of Collaboration for Sea Freight Transportation
5. Maintaining Temperature Control at the Port
6. Ocean freight optimization through (internal) consolidation and (horizontal) collaboration


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Isabelle Conrot, Head of Global Supply Chain Operations-PTSM, Hoffmann-La Roche

Head of Global Supply Chain Operations-PTSM
Hoffmann-La Roche
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Neil Sageman, Senior Transport Manager, MSD

Assoc. Director Transportation – Continuous Improvement
MSD
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Alan Kennedy, Collaboration Champion, PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP

Collaboration Champion
PartnerSave Ltd/TEAM-UP
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Mark Edwards

Managing Director
Modalis
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An D'Hondt

Head of Business Line Healthcare
Katoen Natie
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Romain Schollaert

Global Freight Solutions Director + Site Director, Baxter Distribution Center Europe
Baxter International

2:55 PM - 3:30 PM Liability at Sea

Mark Edwards, Managing Director, Modalis
Liability is a very tricky area and all parties are struggling to come to terms with each other’s needs. There are differing interpretations of the same rules (eg is the limit of liability per item shipped based on the number of pallets, vials, tablets, etc since each of these would produce a hugely different liability limit.) In this session:
• Understand the varied and complex international laws, rules and regulations governing shipping lines (such as Hague Visby or USCOGSA) which determine their liability and any limits to that liability
• Determine why in most cases the limit of shipping line liability is based on the number of packages declared on the Bill of Lading, not on the value of the cargo carried

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Mark Edwards

Managing Director
Modalis

3:30 PM - 4:05 PM Temperature Monitoring at the Ocean Port/Terminal

Yoram Eshel, Sr, Director Head of Global Transportation , Teva
  • Container Loading and Temperature Setting – practical approach and roles/responsibilities
  • Trucking and Terminal’s practices and risks
  • Storage at the port, vessel loading and unloading – risks, process improvement, technology and responsibilities
  • Ensure products’ integrity and that all stakeholders are adhering to GDP regulations at all times

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Yoram Eshel

Sr, Director Head of Global Transportation
Teva

4:15 PM - 4:45 PM End of Focus Day and Farewell Coffee

Utilise this opportunity to take part in candid conversations with pharma manufacturers, shipping lines, warehousing partners and freight forwarders to ask any questions you didn’t get a chance to ask during the day. Make the most of the chance to ask the day’s speakers for more insight ‘off the record’!