ManuPharma Europe 2006
Venue: Raffles Le Montreux Palace
|Event Date/Time: Mar 27, 2006||End Date/Time: Mar 29, 2006|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 15, 2006|
|Paper Submission Date: Feb 15, 2006|
Within a focused and professional environment, the ManuPharma European Summit 2006 will seamlessly integrate one-to-one business meetings with informal networking.
Qualified, invitation only Delegates will meet with Solution Provider representatives via pre-scheduled and tailored one-to-one business meetings.
Unique Format of the Summit
With the high calibre of attendees, the 2006 event is the only one in the industry where you are guaranteed an exclusive, focused environment. Here you can discuss issues and concerns and propose solutions to an elite delegate audience through the unique combination of one-to-one business meetings and informal networking activities.
Transforming Manufacturing Processes to Add Real and Perceived Value to Your Organisation
The ManuPharma 2006 Summit Programme will tackle the most pressing challenges faced by today’s Pharma Manufacturing Executives. Developed for varied specialists within the manufacturing arena, the program delivers a great diversity of knowledge exchange opportunities geared to ensure each delegate is able to tailor a programme most directly suited to their specific, individual needs. A dynamic format including case study presentations, roundtable discussions, workshops and interactive think tanks offers delegates the highest level of interaction from which to take immediately actionable strategies back to their organisations.
Conference Sessions and Discussion Groups
Sampling of Topics to be Covered at the 2006 ManuPharma Summit :
Increasing Process Efficiency
Improving Business Workflows for Process Development
Improving Business Workflows for Technology Transfer into First Commercial Manufacturing Sites
Decreasing Working In Progress (WIP)
Decreasing Expired Stock Write Off Costs
Increasing Stock Turns per annum
Increasing Process Yields
Reducing Manual Errors
Improving Customer Delivery Performance
Increasing Plant Utilization
Outsourcing of Manufacture of Mature Products in Low Cost Regions
Bringing Products to Market Faster
Driving Out Variability
Increasing Automation and Reducing Labour Costs
Increasing Process Reliability: Fewer Whole Batch Failures
Managing Products Across their Whole "Value Chain" Rather Than by Site
Enabling "Design for Manufacture"
Enabling Continuous Processing
Exploiting Continuous Improvement with Lean Manufacture / 6 Sigma / Operational Excellence