Pharmaceutical & Clinical Trial Logistics Asia Pacific
"Very good. Well organised"Senior Representative, Antisoma Research,Clinical Trial Logistics Europe Conference 2010 SMi present their annual Conference… Pharmaceutical and Clinical Trial Logistics Asia Pacific Monday 18th July and Tuesday 19th July 2011 Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: N. H. Kalyanakrishnan Vice President Central SCM & Special Projects, DR REDDYS Gagan Bharadwaj General Manager-Procurement & Supply Management, ZYDUS CADILA Mubashir Hussain Director Supply Chain, GETZ PHARMA PAKISTAN Nitin Gokarn Head- Logistics, Supply Chain Technical Operations, MERCK INDIA Rodney Wee Chief Executive Officer, ASIA COLD CHAIN CENTER Sushant Sharma Senior Manager Planning (Supply Chain), WOCKHARDT PHARMACEUTICALS INDIA Shailendra Bajpai Director - Medical and Regulatory Affairs, UCB Sundar Narasimhan General Manager - Supply Chain Management, NEULAND LABORATORIES Ashwani Singh General Manager - Supply Chain and Procurement, WATSON PHARMACEUTICALS Shrikant Gade Executive Vice President, Supply Chain & Business Development, MICROLABS KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING • Explore the best ways to effectively manage the logistics of clinical trials with limited drug supplies • Study logistical plans and strategies for various types or trials, including for biologics • Learn about maintaining regulatory compliance • Network with senior thought leaders in this field ATTEND AN INTERACTIVE POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON: Wednesday 20th July 2011 World Class Pharmaceuticals Distribution in India In association with: ThinkLink SCS 8.30am – 12.30pm Sponsored bywww.clinical-trial-logistics.com/asiaRegister online and receive full information on all of SMi’s conferencesAlternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
Pharmaceutical and ClinicaDay One | 18th July 2011 www.clinical-trial- 8.30 Registration & Coffee 2.10 Integrated Cold Chain Solution: What to consider for a model to manage end-to-end (E2E) temperature controlled transportation to 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks prevent disturbance of clinical trials Rodney Wee, Chief Executive Officer, ASIA COLD CHAIN CENTER • Logistics and process management integrated with geographic, climatic, packaging and supplier data 9.10 OPENING ADDRESS / KEYNOTE ADDRESS • Criticality of standardisation and proactive intervention in a process Overview of Bio-Pharmaceutical Logistics in Asia • Quality agreement, control and assurance • The Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry in Asias growth dynamics • Peace of mind in global cold supply chain • Supply Chain issues facing the Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry in Asia Shrikant Gade, Executive Vice President, Supply Chain & Business • Meeting the dynamically changing challenges of tomorrow. Development, MICROLABS Rodney Wee, Chief Executive Officer, ASIA COLD CHAIN CENTER 2.50 Session Reserved for OCASA 10.30 Morning Coffee Sponsored by 3.30 Afternoon Tea Sponsored by 10.50 Closing the loop- Regulatory issues in Supply chain management in Asia • Diversity in the regulatory environment in Asia 3.50 Achieving effective resource utilizations, optimum inventories, and • Logistical challenges – regulatory bottlenecks reduced make-times through advanced planning and scheduling • Stakeholder expectation management techniques Shailendra Bajpai, Director - Medical and Regulatory Affairs, UCB • Innovative decision support tools for faster and resilient decision making 11.30 Solving the Clinical Trial Logistics Puzzle • Improving bottom-line by optimized inventories and deliveries • Practical experience in temperature controlled packaging and • Increasing resource utilizations through comprehensive planning systems Professor Iftekhar Karimi, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular • How to achieve optimal results – no excursions Engineering, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE • Keys factors for successful temperature controlled shipments • Challenges and case studies 4.30 Lean manufacturing and effective supply chain management to Yin Lin Seow, Director, Global CTS Business Development, MARKEN expedite your processes • Using a clinical supplies team to manage manufacturing and 12.10 Networking Lunch packaging vendors • Effective planning and forecasting 1.30 Automation for a Speedier and Leaner Supply Chain • Regulatory hurdles • Operational Excellence and business improvement • Benefits to the industry • How lean supply chain adds value to the business Sushant Sharma, Senior Manager Planning (Supply Chain), • Choosing the right partner WOCKHARDT PHARMACEUTICALS INDIA Gagan Bharadwaj, General Manager-Procurement & Supply Management, ZYDUS CADILA 5.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.clinical-trial-logistics.com/asia • Alternative Sponsored by Founded in 1980, Marken is focused on supporting the premium logistics of Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and clinical service companies. Through our strategically placed offices we manage the collection, transport of specimens, and distribution of temperature sensitive clinical trial supplies. Additionally through our depot network we support the storage and distribution of Life Science assets such as critical medications and diagnostic equipment. Our team members and network of facilities bridge the distance between patients and the essential resources of Life Science companies. Marken understands the specialised and dynamic needs of our industry; we retain our global agility by continuously investing in our people, technologies and global installations to better support our clients. www.marken.com Coffee Break Sponsor With more than 25 years of experience in developing Critical Logistics Solutions, OCASA relies on a worldwide network of affiliates and branches strategically located around the globe in (North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and South East Asia), making OCASA a major global integrated logistics Company. Our Bio-Pharmaceutical logistic service offers tailor made solutions for the Pharma industry including export, import, distribution, fulfillment, and temperature controlled warehousing for: Diagnostic Specimens, Medication/Vaccines, Experimental Drugs, Controlled Substances, Dangerous Goods, and Medical Supplies. www.ocasa.com Supported by
al Trial Logistics Asia Pacific-logistics.com/asia Day Two | 19th July 2011 8.30 Re- Registration & Coffee 1.50 Harnessing Distribution Opportunities for Cold Chain Products in Asian Markets 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks • Project Management Rodney Wee, Chief Executive Officer, ASIA COLD CHAIN CENTER • Operational processes • Necessary infrastructure Mubashir Hussain, Director Supply Chain, GETZ PHARMA PAKISTAN 9.10 Achieving High Performance with a Lean Inbound Supply Chain • Key Parameters while considering a lean supply chain model 2.30 Best Practices – Strategic Developmental Sourcing from LCC • Forecasting, Supplier Leadtimes and Transit Leadtimes (low-cost countries). • Challenges - Managing with lean inventory • Setting a clear LCC strategy • Leveraging best practice IT solutions • Improving supplier evaluation Sundar Narasimhan, General Manager - Supply Chain Management, • Consider going direct NEULAND LABORATORIES • Building relationships • Conveying expectations clearly • Intellectual property issues 9.50 New Product Introductions: TOC way of Project Management • Creation of technology teams • Understand how to apply TOC in project environment • Compliance with ICH7QA guidelines and its impact on Generic • What are the various paradigm changes companies. • What are the key do’s and don’ts which can help deliver the project • "Have TRUST, but verification is MUST" as per due date • Need for Guanxi (A combination of business and personal N. H. Kalyanakrishnan, Vice President Central SCM & Special relationships-An Important Chinese Business Element) Projects, DR REDDYS • Theres more to global sourcing than China Kauntey Sonrexa, General Manager- Global Sourcing, RANBAXY LABS 10.30 Morning Coffee Sponsored by 3.10 Afternoon Tea Sponsored by 11.00 Regulatory Requirements for Supply Chain in Biopharmaceuticals 3.40 Effective Supply Chain Strategies for Developing Markets • Keeping up to date with the regulatory affairs • Practical Considerations for Developing Market Logistics • New legislation • Evaluating Critical SC Challenges in a Complex Distribution Market • Licensing requirements • Key Logistics Strategies to enable a forward looking Supply Chain in Shivraj Dasari, Vice President – Quality Management & Regulatory a Developing Marketplace Affairs, INNOBIO VENTURES Chetan Kumria, Head of Supply Chain, BAXTER 11.40 Reviewing the Good Distribution Practice in India 4.20 Effectively Managing Cold Chain Distribution in India • Optimising cold chain management • Developing successful strategies to manage and control your cold chain • Reducing risk • Understanding climate conditions, temperatures and storage • Contingency plan for delays in distribution regionally • Best practices through case examples Ashwani Singh, General Manager - Supply Chain and Procurement, Nitin Gokarn, Head- Logistics, Supply Chain Technical Operations, WATSON PHARMACEUTICALS MERCK INDIA 12.20 Networking Lunch 5.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conferenceely fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 Who must attend • Heads of Supply Chain • Heads of Logistics • Heads of Clinical Supply Operations • Heads of Clinical Trials Logistics • Heads of Clinical/Investigational Supplies • Heads of Shipping and Distribution • Heads of Clinical Labelling / Packaging • Heads of Clinical Trials Material Management • Heads of Clinical Supplies Manufacturing • Heads of Clinical Quality Assurance/Quality Control • Heads of Regulatory Affairs • Sourcing and Procurement Managers
HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 20th July 2011 8.30am – 12.30pm World Class Pharmaceuticals Distribution in India In association withWorkshop OverviewThis workshop is designed to provide participants with anoverview of challenges in building a world class DistributionChain for Pharma products in India. The program focuses onissues regarding statutory requirements, implementation ofinternal financial controls sometimes with a statutory overlap,typical gaps in infrastructure and processes that impact GDPrequirements, safety and security of assets andemployees/associates, and product quality. The workshop willuse real life examples from India to illustrate these issues.Who Should AttendSupply Chain Directors, Quality Directors, Finance and LegalHeads for Pharma CompaniesAgenda:8.30 Registration and Coffee9.00 Introduction and Aims of the Workshop9.10 Statutory Requirements in India and Typical Gaps • General Issues in the Distribution Industry - Issues that can impact Business Continuity • Issues Specific to Pharma Industry10.30 Morning Coffee10.45 GDP Compliance in India • Infrastructure Gaps that can lead to gaps in GDP compliance • Other issues that can impact efficient Distribution Operations12.30 Q&A and Close of the WorkshopSaurabh Goyal, Founder and Managing Director, ThinkLinkSupply Chain Services Saurabh is the Founder and Chief Executive at ThinkLink Supply Chain Services (ThinkLink). His Consulting and Management Development Career has included working with a number of globally renowned and leading Indian organizations like DHL, PepsiCo, Shoppers’ Stop, Heidelberg, Dell,Nike, DB Schenker, Unilever, Solectron, Maxtor, Intel,Safexpress, TransCare, MJ Logistic, Coca Cola, McDonalds,Fosroc, Ceva etc. Saurabh has worked with SeniorManagement at several major firms to design, develop anddeliver Supply Chain and Logistics Strategy, Build-out andReengineering projects especially in the fields of Supply ChainNetwork Evaluation, Warehousing, Distribution Operationsand Aftermarket Services. He has a great understanding ofevolving Logistics Solutions, Concepts and Technology acrossindustry verticals. Previously Saurabh has work experiencewith DHL in various roles across Sales, Consulting, Solutions,and Project Management both in India and across Asia Pacific.He hold a Bachelors in Technology from IIT DelhiAbout the organisation:ThinkLink Supply Chain Services (ThinkLink) is an India basedfirm. Over the last five years they have worked with and servedmore than 150 clients across Services and Verticals.Through their Advisory, Infrastructure and Equipmentverticals they work with Clients and Partners in helping buildefficient businesses. They offer Advisory, SystemsImplementation, Turnkey Project Management and TalentDevelopment Services to their Clients. Through theirEquipment Vertical they provide World Class Equipment tooperate Modern Warehouses, Distribution Centers, LogisticsParks, and Cold Stores.
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