Take a look at what top leaders from the pharma industry have to say about our flagship event, 14th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum.
We are expecting experienced pharmaceutical professionals from a variety of different areas at the Cold Chain Global Forum - Spring. Take a look at the professionals you'll see on the show floor this May.
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Working within the ever-changing cold chain requires extremely detailed planning, extensive preparation, and precise execution. While these techniques vary immensely across the globe, risk management is necessary and standardization is the key goal for everyone. This complimentary whitepaper dives deeper into this idea, with specific focuses on supply chain security, validation & lane qualification, data monitoring in shipping lanes, and stability budgets.
Each year, the Cold Chain Global Forum continues to grow, bringing together the largest group of industry executives in the world, for a full week of forward-thinking learning and networking. Last year we raised the bar even higher, with 800 attendees, 120 sponsors and exhibitors, and 100 speakers for 60 total conference sessions. Take a look at our combined 2015 Post Show Report and 2016 Director's Report to see what makes the Global Forum the most highly-anticipated industry event in the world.
Let's be honest--your ultimate objective is to make your cold chain a world-spanning behemoth with tentacles in all nations. We want to help: to this end, we have complete a multi-part eBook to facilitate your conquest. This eBook includes perspectives from six speakers from top industry companies, focusing on regulations, packaging, logistics, and security in the international cold chain.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global cold chain market for pharmaceutical for the period 2015-2019.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global food and beverage cold chain logistics market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size on the basis of volume, the report considers the storage capacity of only the public refrigerated warehouses worldwide.
In the mission to further refine a pharmaceutical’s path to market: Risk conduct, compliance and cost balancing are three key pillars to be optimised in any temperature controlled logistics strategy.
Damage from disruptions in the supply chain can’t be completely eradicated, however they can be mitigated. Disruptions could occur in the form of natural disasters, equipment/vehicle failure or unforeseen transport delays. Companies which apply –what if – scenarios are noted to be much better equipped and agile towards facing unforeseen occurrences in the supply chain. A wrong decision made within the temperature controlled transit of a pharmaceutical, may not only be costly in a financial sense but it also in terms of physical harm caused to patients in extreme cases.
Jean-Pierre Emond Ph.D., Director of Cold Chain Research at Georgia Tech Research Institute, has over 25 years of experience researching the cold chain and packaging systems. In this exclusive Cold Chain IQ interview he discusses capability gaps in the temperature controlled supply, developments in cold chain ocean freight and understanding the purpose and function of each cold chain packaging component in order to find the right packaging solution.
There is no single global GDP standard, but we hope this infographic will help you to more easily navigate the global regulatory landscape. The guide includes a map that highlights the latest national, regional and organizational guidelines with links to the source documents.
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Ahead of our first ever Spring iteration of the world's largest event on cold chain, we sat down with four of the industry's leading experts to get their perspective on topics specific to each of their areas of expertise. Receive insight on topics that include roadblocks and supply chain challenges, clinical and commercial operations, validation protocols and many more. Through this EBook, you'll gather the resources necessary to bring your cold chain to the next level.