LogiMed 2011 (LogiMed 2011)

Venue: Dusseldorf

Location: Dusseldorf, Germany

Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jun 17, 2011
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LogiMed will be the senior-level medical device supply chain event for European medical device supply chain heads. A global forum for European supply chain directors in the medical device manufacturing space to come together, share knowledge and develop strategies to further end-to-end supply chain growth. This high-level forum will address how medical device manufacturers boost supply chain performance though increased transparency, competitive differentiation and end to end collaboration.

1. Achieve supply chain quality and control to maintain patient safety, product integrity and regulatory compliance

2. Learn how to collaborate with customers to put your company at the forefront of innovation and operational excellence

3. See how you can address talent management and leadership shortages in the medical device sector

4. Assess the challenges of supplying directly to hospitals versus through a network of distributors

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LogiMed will be the senior-level medical device supply chain event for European medical device supply chain heads. A global forum for European supply chain directors in the medical device manufacturing space to come together, share knowledge and develop strategies to further end-to-end supply chain growth. This high-level forum will address how medical device manufacturers boost supply chain performance though increased transparency, competitive differentiation and end to end collaboration. 1. Achieve supply chain quality and control to maintain patient safety, product integrity and regulatory compliance 2. Learn how to collaborate with customers to put your company at the forefront of innovation and operational excellence 3. See how you can address talent management and leadership shortages in the medical device sector 4. Assess the challenges of supplying directly to hospitals versus through a network of distributors

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