29th January - 1st February, 2018 | London, UK

Roman Mijnhart

Sr.Director Global Supply Chain Quality
Genzyme Europe
Roman Mijnhart joined Sanofi Genzyme in 2013 and is responsible for Global Supply Chain Quality, including GDP compliance and distribution improvement programs. Active in the biopharma industry since 1992 with different operational and Quality positions in the bio-manufacturing of vaccines and biologicals. With a bioengineering background (Delft University of Technology) my main drives are continuous process improvement to secure patient supply and product quality. Optimizing processes and systems, to reduce variability and daily ‘firefighting’ in collaboration with international teams. Experienced as Qualified Person and GDP Responsible Person.

11:30 AM BEST PRACTICE DISCUSSION: BPOG’s Collaborative Best-Practice Strategy for Temperature Controlled Storage and Transportation

• Discover what 11 pharmaceutical companies involved in the working group have collaboratively determined to be the best-practice strategies for shipping lane and equipment validation
• Uncover potential solutions to you storage and transportation challenges with an interactive Q&A opportunity featuring the expertise and experience of 11 big and small pharma manufacturers
• Benchmark your current strategies with the collective strategies of all the involved parties

9:00 AM A Global Approach to Reducing Temperature Excursions

• Identify plans on how to mitigate temperature excursions on a global scale
• Asses intercompany challenges and strategise on how to overcome them, and understand the unique challenges that mergers and acquisitions bring to a global company’s supply chain
• Achieve complete GDP compliance and inspection readiness by understanding the most common oversights and pitfalls across multiple sites

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