Pharma Supply Chain Summit 2005
Venue: Sutton Place Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Feb 21, 2005||End Date/Time: Feb 22, 2005|
Monitoring systems for pharmaceuticals are more rigorous now than ever. There’s an increased emphasis on assuring patient safety and regulatory controls have been tightened considerably. All parties within the supply chain are expected to enlist the latest technologies to guarantee product integrity, without increasing overall drug costs. How do you achieve these aims without hurting your bottom line? Who bears ultimate responsibility and accountability when things go wrong?
The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Annual Pharma Supply Chain Summit can help you to deal with these challenges effectively, through the benefit of expert insight and advice. Fine-tune your pharma logistics strategies and position your company for success with the very latest information on increased monitoring systems, RFID technology, outsourcing options, growing customs demands, transportation issues, cold chain management techniques, patient safety concerns, legal vulnerabilities, best practices, a cross border update and much, much more.
Attend the Pharma Supply Chain Summit 2005, Canada’s premier pharma supply chain event and hear from your peers at Johnson & Johnson, Hoffman-La Roche, AstraZeneca, Shire BioChem, McKesson Canada, Best Medicines Coalition, Trent Drugs Wholesale, VDI Healthcare, Andlauer Management Group, Purolator Courier, PPCLA, CAPDM, CIPA, CITT and more, on how they have overcome the latest industry challenges to ensure legal compliance while increasing profits.
Plus get the latest intelligence and insights into critical industry challenges including:
Addressing Health Canada’s guidelines and more rigorous monitoring controls
Examining the effects of ‘channel master’ driven RFID
Assessing US election political fallout on the cross border issue
Guaranteeing temperature and humidity control through ambient services
Understanding the real threat of counterfeit drugs entering the supply chain
Recognizing your core competencies and capitalizing on external business intelligence
Ensuring regulatory responsibility and accountability at all levels of the supply chain
If you are involved in supply chain logistics in Canada, you can’t afford to miss the Pharma Supply Chain Summit 2005. Be where your colleagues and competitors will be on February 21 and 22, 2005
Priority Service Code 344X05.IC