4th Annual Bio/Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Management Asia 2011

Venue: Suntec Singapore, International Convention & Exhibition Centre

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: May 11, 2011 End Date/Time: May 12, 2011
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4th Annual Bio/Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Management Asia provides the largest and most comprehensive forum for pharmaceutical and biotechnology professionals in Asia involved in the bio/pharmaceutical temperature-controlled supply chain. Learn from your peers facing similar challenges in cost control and risk management for temperature excursions. You will gain practical advice on monitoring, packaging and maintaining the temperature of your products throughout the supply chain – including transportation from manufacturing sites to airports, procedures on flights, warehousing and last mile transportation to end users in Asia’s emerging markets including India, China, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Australia


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Speakers Industry expert speakers at IQPC cold chain events include: • Mary-Lou Quinto, Asia Pacific Supply Chain, Roche • Nigel Cryer, Head Quality Operations, Watson Pharmaceuticals • Jagdish Gohire, Head of Logistics & Trade Compliance, Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD) Pharmaceuticals • Nitin Gokarn, Head of Logistics, Supply Chain Technical Operations, Merck & Co • Masood Sheikh, Head Distribution & Logisctics, Alembic, India • Amit Bhadra, former Technical Director, Pfizer • Mark Goh, Director, Industry Research, The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific • Rajesh Pednekar, Head of Supply Chain, Pfizer India • Rodney Wee, Managing Director, Asia Cold Chain Centre • Ron Pierce, Technical Director of Asia, Cool Logistics Australia • Ray Collyer, Senior Consultant, Seerpharma What’s new in 2011? • Updates on the latest regulation requirements and practical advice on compliance for cold chain management in Asia • Innovative and integrated temperature monitoring, packaging and storage solutions for temperature maintenance • ‘Last mile’ transportation case studies from emerging markets in Asia • Understanding airline handling procedures for temperature sensitive products • How you can reduce risk and control the cost of cold chain management for clinical products • Multilateral dialogue to bridge gaps between shippers, freight forwarders, airlines, 3PLs and end-users to reduce the risk of temperature excursions • Study tour to Singapore advanced cold chain facilities and understanding the procedures