Pharma organizations are reaping the rewards of investing in their supply chain operations, with benefits ranging from cost-savings, risk mitigation, regulatory compliance, and increased customer satisfaction.
However, a fully optimized supply chain requires a combination of strategy, vision, and stakeholder buy-in to overcome key challenges such as strict regulations, temperature control, shipment visibility, inventory management, and inadequate demand information.
Join industry experts at the Supply Chain & Logistics Pharma Virtual Summit to debate, discuss, and learn the fundamentals required to overcome your biggest industry challenges and optimize your supply chain.
Learn From Supply Chain & Logistics 2024 Experts
Director, Global Digital Manufacturing and Transformation,
Associate Director, Global Supply Chain Product Lead
Product Innovation and Supply Chain Digital
Johnson & Johnson
Global Operational Excellence Lead
Head of Planning- Global supply Chain
This event will provide you with the necessary tools to:
- Navigate and overcome unique supply chain challenges including regulatory compliance, interdepartmental communication, infrastructure, and temperature control
- Assess potential risks and supply chain disruptions in a dynamic environment to maintain the agility, resilience, and responsiveness of global distribution
- Evaluate product demand and manage supply levels to minimize imbalance, prevent stockouts, and maximize profit
- Develop strategies to improve coordination, optimize inventory management, and adapt to meet evolving consumer demands
- Uncover the latest digital tools and predictive solutions to improve real-time visibility, security, and traceability to detect issues early
- Develop a robust cold chain to ensure temperature-controlled products retain their intended therapeutic properties and ensure patient safety
Who Should Attend:
VPs, Directors, Heads, Managers, and Specialists from:
- Supply Chain/ Clinical Supply
- Cold Chain / Cool Chain
- Distribution/ Logistics
- Warehousing/ Inventory management
- Freight / Transportation
- Quality Assurance / Control
- Temperature Control Management
- Regulation, Compliance & Validation
- Operations & Strategy
- Innovation and Emerging Technology
- Packaging & Labelling
Agenda - Wednesday 24 January 2024
11:00AM - 11:35AM
- Vatsala Sadasivan Global Operational Excellence Lead - Sanofi
11:35AM - 12:10PM
Optimizing Temperature-Controlled Distribution in Demanding Geographical Settings: Harnessing Collaboration and Technology Integration
12:10PM - 1:10PM
- Sarfaraz Nawaz Product Innovation and Supply Chain Digital - Johnson & Johnson
- Gisele Fahmi Director, Global Digital Manufacturing and Transformation, - Pfizer
- Opeyemi Odusami Associate Director, Global Supply Chain Product Lead - Sanofi
- Vickram Srivastava Head of Planning- Global supply Chain - SUN Pharma
The Pharma Supply Chain vendor landscape is vast. New entrants are innovating rapidly. It is therefore a prerequisite that solution providers acquire a granular understanding of the industry’s needs in order to develop those bespoke solutions that are critical to winning new business.
Showcase your innovative solutions to senior decision makers across roles in supply chain, cold chain, distribution, temperature control, and more.
Country Clinical Operations – US Oncology, Roche
“It was a very interactive and informative meeting"
Digital Health Clinical Data Collection Lead, AstraZeneca
“ I really enjoyed the conference! Thanks for putting it together!”
VP Smart Medicines, TruTag Technologies
“Thanks again for the conference coordination yesterday. I found it to be a quality group of people who attended and the content on point”.
Digital Endpoints, Medical Imaging & eVitals, Novartis
“Thank you for the preparation and organization for this event. I liked the peer group and quality of discussions”.
Senior Director, Janssen Clinical Innovation, The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson
“It’s always a pleasure to be able to connect with industry colleagues and to engage in these events.”