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  1. 1. Register by Nov. 21st & save up to $3,095 7th Annual Cold Chain Management TM & Temperature Control Summit Strengthening End-to-End Cold Chain Practices to Enhance the Most Critical Steps in Distribution, Packaging and Compliance of Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals February 24 – 27, 2009 • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto • Toronto, Canada Co-located with Green Packaging – see page 10 for more details Conference Co-Chairs: Allan Reynolds Rafik H. Bishara, PhD Vice President, Industry & Member Relations Technical Advisor, Chair, Pharmaceutical Cold CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR PHARMACY Chain Interest Group (PCCIG) DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT (CAPDM) PARENTERAL DRUG ASSOCIATION (PDA) Full-day Intensive Training Class on Reengineering Your Cold Chain by Sherman Cheung, Director of Supply Chain Management, Sanofi Pasteur Hear from Canadian Pharmaceutical Attend and Learn: companies and Regulatory Agencies: The Latest Update from Health Canada on the Revisions to • Guide-0069 Abbott Laboratories Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Meet Temperature Challenges during Packaging, • American Red Cross Agency (MHRA) Warehousing and Transportation Blueye, LLC Sea Star Line, LLC How to Maintain Quality in Downstream Distribution and the • Canada Border Services Talecris Biotherapeutics, Last Miles of the Cold Chain Agency (CBSA) Inc. Canadian Association of Ensuring Optimal Cold Chain Management through the • Transportation Security Chain Drug Stores (CACDS) Canadian Distribution Networks Administration (TSA) Catalent Pharma Solutions Best Practices for Cross-Border Transport and Current Global • University of Florida Franwell Inc. Regulatory Requirements US Pharmacopeia (USP) Health Canada Avoiding Excursions and Systems for Ensuring Product Quality • Johnson & Johnson RFID Systems and ePedigree Compliance Medical Products Shared • Distribution Centre Lead Sponsor: Sponsors: Badge Sponsor: www.coldchainpharm.com
  2. 2. Sponsors and Media Partners Sponsors Lead Sponsor: Badge Sponsor: http://www.alternatives-tech.com http://customcritical.fedex.com Sponsors: http://www.mnthermalscience.com http://www.greenboxsystems.com http://www.kn-portal.com http://www.polyair.com http://www.temptimecorp.com http://www.envirotainer.com http://www.sensitech.com http://www.cryopak.com http://www.worldcourier.com Media Partners: “I’ve learned significant information for cold chain that I can immediately apply within my company’s operations” -QA Logistics Program Manager, Abbott Laboratories 1-800-882-8684 • www.coldchainpharm.com 2
  3. 3. 7th Annual Who Will Attend: Cold Chain Management Pharmaceutical professionals in Supply Chain, Distribution, QA, TM & Temperature Control Summit Regulatory, Transportation, Packaging, and Security in the following industries: Strengthening End-to-End Cold Chain Practices to Enhance the Most Critical Steps in Distribution, Packaging and Compliance of Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceutical & • Medicine Manufacturing February 24-27, 2009 • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto • Toronto, Canada Bio-technology • Medical Laboratories • Dear Colleague, Transportation • Logistics, Cargo & Storage • With the overwhelming complexity of assuring product integrity through out the distribution chain, it is necessary to bring together industry regulators, end Government & Military • -users and vendors to discuss the critical issues impacting the pharmaceutical cold chain. For this reason, IQPC has brought timely, well Healthcare & Personal • thought-out programs to the pharma ceutical cold chain industry for the past seve Care Stores n years. Public Health • Building on the success of last year’s Sixth Annual event in Canada, as well as our Administration enormously successful U.S. meeting in Philadelphia each September, the Seventh Annual Canada Cold Chain Managem ent and Temperature Control Summit Medical Equipment & • will address the most urgent concerns and challenges of the North American mar Supplies Manufacturing ketplace for the distribution of temperature-sen sitive pharmaceutical products. While focusing on the always importa nt topics – how to monitor, control and maintain temperatures of bio pharmaceutical products throughout the supply chai n, from warehouse, wholesale, pharmacies Industry and hospitals to the end user – this event will also provide delegates with real life solu tions and techniques for: Breakdown: Implementing or updating an end-to-e • nd cold chain system that complies with the latest regulations, supports corporat e best practices and fits into your cost -benefit analysis Wisely choosing partners in your chai • n, including transportation, packagin g, storage and what is necessary to have in your agreement Monitoring and managing data • Complying with international regulatio • ns and understanding what is required when product crosses borders Effectively dealing with challenges inclu • ding excursions and audits ■ 56% Pharmaceutical We look forward to seeing you this & Medicine Manufacturers February in Toronto and welcoming you to IQPC’s ■ 4% Seventh Annual Cold Chain Managem Bio-Technology ent and Temperature Control Summit! ■ 4% Medical Laboratories ■ 4% Transportation ■ 4% Logistics, Cargo and Storage ■ 4% Government and Military ■ 3% Health and Personal Care Stores Lisa Ringlen ■ 3% Public Health Program Senior Conference Director Administration IQPC ■ 2% Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing ■ 16% Other Sponsors: 3
  4. 4. Benefit from attendee interaction! The following companies attended last year’s event: Abbott Laboratories Canada Form Solutions Patheon, Inc. Abbott Laboratories, Inc. GE Healthcare Patient Direct Alberta Health and Wellness Genzyme Canada Pfizer Canada, Inc. Allergan, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Partners of Canada Almac Clinical Services Health Canada PharmEng Technology, Inc. Almac Group Hoffmann-La Roche Limited Polyair Alternatives Technology Pharma Hospira Public Health Agency of Canada Amerisource Bergen Information Mediary Corporation Quikx Transportation, Inc. Baxter Corporation International Safe Transit Association Roche Diagnostics BCCDC Johnson & Johnson Centocor Safety Express - Toronto Biomerieux Canada, Inc. Johnson & Johnson GPSG Sanofi Aventis Bristol Meyers Squibb Johnson & Johnson Medical, Inc. Sanofi Pasteur Calea Ltd. Materials Management & Distribution Sanofi Pasteur Canada Canadian Association for Pharmacy Distribution McKesson Canada Schering Plough Management McKesson Logistics Solutions Sensitech Canadian Blood Services Merck & Co. Shire Pharmaceuticals Cangene Corporation Merck Frosst Canada SNC Lavalin Pharma Central Medical Equiptment Depot Meyers TCP Reliable, Inc. Ciba Vision MHRA Thermal & Protective Packaging, Inc. Ciba Vision Canada, Inc. Michigan State University ThermoSafe Brands City Wide Packaging Solutions, Inc. Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care Transition Therapeutics, Inc. Department of National Defense Minnesota Thermal Science US Customs and Border Protection Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Novo Nordisk Canada, Inc. Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Dynamex Canada Corp Novopharm World Health Organization EMD Serono Canada, Inc. Oncothyreon Wyeth Laboratories Entropy Solutions, Inc. Ontario Ministry of Health Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Envirotainer Pre-Conference Training Class Tuesday, February 24, 2009 Registration for Training Class & Coffee Session 3: The Distribution Itinerary 7:15 • Why itinerary is critical to cold chain performance • Itinerary Design Criteria 8:00 am – 4:45 pm • The Transportation Mode • The Carriers REVIEW, REDESIGN AND REENGINEERING OF • Routing COLD CHAIN MANAGEMENT Special Case Study Guest: A Representative of KUEHNE + NAGEL LTD. Workshop Leader: Sherman Cheung, Director of Supply Chain Management, SANOFI PASTEUR Lunch 12:00 Session 1: Seven Deadly Myths - The Right and Wrong of Session 4: The Temperature Monitoring and Tracking Cold Chain Management • Why monitor and track temperature during transportation • Some very critical “Myths” inappropriate traditional • Types of monitoring available in the market approaches and concepts that seriously affect the • Types of monitoring that should be used in different performance Cold Chain Transportation shipment modes • The Wrong and Right approaches • How to operate different types of monitors • How to interpret the temperature during the shipment • Cold Chain deviation and product loss Session 2: The Transporters – with an Extensive Examination of Airline Carrier Capabilities and Session 5: The Re-engineering of Cold Chain Management Compliance Abilities • Logistics role in Cold Chain management • Your own Logistics Personnel • Cold Chain performance is not guaranteed • Freight Forwarder – Value-added or Road Block process • Challenges we are facing • Carriers • Partnership – why and how? • Airlines – comparing, contrasting and evaluating our options • Training and Education needed for your internal staff and • On the road external partnerships • Courier Special Case Study Guest: End of Training Class 4:45 A Representative of AIR FRANCE 1-800-882-8684 • www.coldchainpharm.com 4
  5. 5. Pre-Conference Workshops Wednesday, February 25, 2009 8:00 am – 11:00 am 7:15 am Registration for Workshop A (Coffee will be served) A NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO MEET TEMPERATURE CHALLENGES DURING WAREHOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION In North America, warehousing and transportation of Drug Products traceability of products to meet new regulations such as ePedigree is are now regulated by guidelines and standards such as Health at our door. In this presentation, we explore the latest available Canada’s HPFBI Guide-0069, Parenteral Drug Association’s Technical solutions for a safe, efficient and traceable supply chain, and how to Guide 039, United States Pharmacopeia’s Chapter <1079>, ensure the implementation of the proper technologies. This International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) Test Procedures 5B and comprises monitoring and track & trace solutions such as, time- 7D, American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM) Standard Test temperature indicators, data loggers, sensor technologies (RF, RFID, Method D 3103-99, ePedigree and other regulations. conventional and others), and various models of insulated shippers and refrigerants. It becomes increasingly crucial to use the right technologies in order to maintain product temperature/humidity during warehousing and Presented By: transportation and to monitor and control the cargo temperature Jean Bédard, Chief Executive Officer, ALTERNATIVES variances in flight and on the road. The need for enabling TECHNOLOGIE PHARMA 11:15 pm – 2:15 pm 11:00 am Registration for Workshop B (Box Lunch will be served) B TEMPERATURE & TRANSPORTATION: HOW TO MAINTAIN QUALITY IN THE COLD CHAIN The transportation of temperature-controlled product How concepts of validation can be applied to enhance the • • Best practices that support the pharmaceutical industry’s regulatory consistency and quality of cold chain transportation • compliance requirements, including: Case studies of truck validation and air transportation • • The benefits of custodial control: How to avoid problems with environments. multiple handlers and protect Pedigree during transport • Relative strengths and weaknesses of various approaches at • How to gain complete visibility of temperature conditions during common temperature ranges: 2-8° C, deep frozen and and after the shipment controlled room temperature. • Contingency plans: designing transport systems to enable effective, preventative intervention Presented By: Transportation carrier quality systems: What you should expect Karl Kussow, Quality & Validation Manager, • from your carrier FEDEX CUSTOM CRITICAL 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm 2:15 pm Registration for Workshop C C MEETING TRANSPORT SERVICE PROVIDER OBLIGATIONS FOR MANAGING TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE SHIPMENTS This workshop reviews the latest changes to industry guidance and Training • the implication for transport service providers. Meeting the industry’s Facilities and equipment • requirements for an effective quality management system is • Corrective and preventative actions (CAPA) discussed in detail with a case study of an approach taken by a • Audit program platform provider to ensure effective management of their solution. Case study: Vendor driven training and quality accreditation • • Review of current industry guidance (PDA Technical Report #39 / program (QEP) Health Canada 0069 / IATA Perishable Cargo Manual) • Developing a Quality Management System Presented By: • Personnel Christopher Fore, Technical Support Manager, ENVIROTAINER, INC • Processes and procedures 5:15 pm – 8:15 pm 5:00 pm Registration for Workshop D (Dinner will be served) D COMPLETE TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED PACKAGING SOLUTIONS FROM NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO PACKAGE QUALIFICATION This comprehensive workshop is tailored for people responsible for What You Will Learn: cold chain package design and shipping of pharmaceuticals. It will • Walk away better prepared to define scope, schedule and cost of include detailed steps required for success in selecting and designing your cold chain project temperature controlled shipping solutions. Participants will gain a • Attain knowledge of design choices of refrigerants, insulation and precise understanding of the most thorough and effective approach their interaction to the critical details related to packaging from design, testing and • Gain an understanding of the elements and advantages of well through to qualification. defined test protocol • Obtain a clear concept of the package testing and qualification How You Will Benefit: process • Elements required to define the project • New materials available to reduce packaging and their tradeoffs Presented By: • Methods to establish temperature profiles Anthony Alleva, Project Engineer, TCP/CRYOPAK • Understanding the options and issues for CRT, refrigerated, and Mike Paterno, Project Manager, TCP/CRYOPAK frozen shipments and relating them to the Canadian market Pre-Conference Workshops conclude 8:15 pm Sponsors: 5
  6. 6. Main Conference Day One Thursday, February 26, 2009 Registration & Coffee 11:00 am PANEL DISCUSSION: 7:30 am DOWNSTREAM DISTRIBUTION AND THE LAST MILES OF THE COLD CHAIN Welcome from IQPC 8:15 am Provincial Government Level and the last mile, what’s going • on below the federal level? Retail Pharmacies: What procedures are you using? • Opening Remarks from the Chairperson 8:30 am How can the manufacturer monitor the product at the • individual pharmacy, wholesaler, physician, hospital, long- Day One Chair: term care facility, community health center, etc.? Allan Reynolds Maintaining procedures in rural areas Vice President, Industry & Member Relations • CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR PHARMACY DISTRIBUTION Panelists: MANAGEMENT (CAPDM) Heather Tyrrell Director, Membership & Trade Issues CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF CHAIN DRUG STORES OPENING KEYNOTE: UPDATE ON GUIDE-0069 8:45 am (CACDS) Sarah Skuce Ted Prusik Compliance Specialist Senior Vice President HEALTH CANADA TEMPTIME CORPORATION Morning Networking Break 9:15 am Arminda Montero QA Logistics Program Manager ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INC. 10:00 am PANEL DISCUSSION: REGULATORY AGENCIES UPDATE With so many rules, regulations and guidelines to consider, 12:00 pm Networking Lunch how do you choose the best plan for your organization for maintaining compliance? This discussion provides a one-stop CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: place for all the latest on regulations and where you need to 1:30 pm STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION OF DRUG be now and in the foreseeable future. PRODUCTS: ENSURING OPTIMAL COLD CHAIN • What is going on with revisions to current GMPs? Update on MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE CANADIAN GUIDE-0069, USP 1079 DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS • New regulations on storage, handling and distribution of drug samples & mail-order drugs In this presentation, Alternatives Technologie Pharma presents • What is expected by regulatory agencies? the Cold Chain Compliance program that was applied • What is next on the regulatory horizon? progressively, globally and site by site, to increase the level of compliance of the five biggest wholesalers in Canada including Moderator: 35 distribution centers across the country. The implementation Allan Reynolds of such a Cold Chain Compliance program enabled these five Vice President, Industry & Member Relations major Canadian pharmaceutical wholesalers to upgrade their CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR PHARMACY DISTRIBUTION cold chain management and to fully comply with the various MANAGEMENT (CAPDM) guidelines for temperature control of drug products during storage and transportation. Panelists: Sarah Skuce Presenter: Compliance Specialist Jean Bédard HEALTH CANADA Chief Executive Officer ALTERNATIVES TECHNOLOGIE PHARMA Mary G. Foster Packaging and Storage Expert Committee Member US PHARMACOPEIA “Very knowledgeable speakers. Very relevant for distribution” - Director, Distribution Operations, Pfizer Canada Inc. 1-800-882-8684 • www.coldchainpharm.com 6
  7. 7. Main Conference Day One ...continued PANEL DISCUSSION: APPROACH FOR DELIVERING QUALITY 2:15 pm SEA TRANSPORT OF BIOPHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS AND ENSURING PATIENT SAFETY PRODUCTS Industry leaders are banking cold chain data and statistically Exploring cost-effective options by sea transportation evaluating the performance of their supply chain over time • • Pros and cons of sea transportation with the specific goals of improving supply chain performance Temperature dynamics during the whole distribution chain and overall efficiency, as well as, lowering costs and • Temperature deviation when containers are quot;unpluggedquot; documenting and mitigate risks through the development of • during transfers between sea and land carriers improved Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). New trends Potentials and benefits of a sea/air/ground integrated point toward incorporating the Quality by Design (QbD) • distribution system framework into overall Good Cold Chain Management Monitoring and new generation of sea containers Practices by monitoring and evaluating cold chain process • • How to monitor ocean container shipments of product performance characteristics scientifically to ultimately ensure (real time vs data loggers) product quality and patient safety. How to achieve temperatures colder than -20°C for both This presentation will review the concepts above and provide case • regulatory documentation requirements and for insurance study examples to demonstrate the effectiveness of such programs. claim purposes Presenters: What type of alarm devices could be incorporated into • Mark Maurice containers to alert the shippers/drivers that the air/products Senior Project Manager temperature is warming? SENSITECH COLD CHAIN VISIBILITY ADVISORS Can perfect temperature setting be achieved? • New generation of sea containers (technologies, features) • Neritan Mustafa Ocean container owners/operators perspectives on CCM • Life Sciences Program Manager • How CCM is achieved during the whole distribution? SENSITECH, INC. • What can be done during ground and sea to assure good CCM EXTENDING GXP BEYOND THE FOUR WALLS: What users should know about sea transportation 4:45 pm • GOOD COLD CHAIN MANAGEMENT operations that may compromise CCM PRACTICES ON WHEELS SOP for temperature sensitive products transported by sea • In this presentation, the speaker will discuss how a cold chain Panelists: management program evolved through the partnering and Jean Vezina collaboration of manufacturer and carrier, with a focus on; Chief Operating Officer • Building a relationship with a cold chain provider BLUEYE LLC • Aligning strategy with capability • Developing clear expectations and responsibilities Frank Peake • Contracts, SOP’s and Quality Agreements President & Chief Operating Officer • Defining Success SEA STAR LINE, LLC • Measuring performance through KPI’s Jean Pierre Emond • Continuous improvement Professor & Co-Director, Research Center for Food Distribution & Retailing Presenter: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Jim Bacon Director of Global Demand Planning & Customer Operations TALECRIS BIOTHERAPEUTICS, INC. Afternoon Networking Break 3:15 pm 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm MANUFACTURER TO CONSUMER – DEALING 4:00 pm WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROL CHALLENGES Networking Cocktail Reception for AND REGULATIONS: QUALITY BY DESIGN (QBD) all delegates AND GOOD COLD CHAIN MANAGEMENT After a day of learning and discussions, join your PRACTICES (GCCMP) - A SCIENCE-BASED colleagues from across all disciplines to exchange ideas and network in an informal environment. Sponsors: 7
  8. 8. Main Conference Day Two Friday, February 27, 2009 Registration & Coffee Morning Networking Break 8:00 am 10:00 am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson 10:45 am PANEL DISCUSSION: 8:30 am A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO GOOD COLD Day Two Chair: CHAIN FROM THE PHARMACEUTICAL Rafik H. Bishara, PhD MANUFACTURERS’ PERSPECTIVE Technical Advisor, Chair, Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Interest Which companies have successfully introduced a cold chain Group (PCCIG) program and what were the keys to cost-effective PARENTERAL DRUG ASSOCIATION (PDA) compliance? What are the pharmaceutical companies experiencing the most trouble with? What specifically do they need from vendors? PANEL DISCUSSION: • Avoiding excursions: Systems for ensuring product quality 8:45 am • What are the key factors that compromise your cold chain CROSS-BORDER TRANSPORT/OVERVIEW OF and cause temperature excursion? INTERNATIONAL MARKETS • Avoiding control gaps when product moves from one piece Pharmaceutical supply chains are global. This discussion will focus of the chain to the next: i.e., from the plane/ship to the on how to maintain/control temp of international shipments in a truck and from the truck to the warehouse cost-effective manner that meets regulatory compliance, including • How much monitoring is necessary? the keys to expanding your supply chain overseas. • Dealing with excursions: What data is needed? What are • Exploring current global regulatory requirements the remedies? How to justify/investigate excursions • Comparing and contrasting regulations, procedures and best practices: Which countries and regions have the best Panelists: practices and how can the Canadian industry adopt them? Eric Malouin • Regulatory harmonization: Overcoming inconsistent laws & Distribution & Operations Supervisor regulations ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INC. • International shipments in and out of the Canadian market, especially to/from Europe and India Silvia Castellarin • Customs procedures Logistics Systems Manager • International packaging regulations JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDICAL PRODUCTS SHARED • Expanding your supply chain into emerging markets DISTRIBUTION CENTRE • International ground transport • Security issues involved in cross-border transport of Jim Bacon pharmaceuticals Director of Global Demand Planning & Customer Operations TALECRIS BIOTHERAPEUTICS, INC. Moderator: Rafik H. Bishara, PhD Technical Advisor, Chair, Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Interest 11:45 am OUTSOURCING GOOD COLD CHAIN Group (PCCIG) MANAGEMENT PRACTICES PARENTERAL DRUG ASSOCIATION (PDA) Cold chain regulations, pharmacopeial standards and industry • Panelists: best practices Boriana Cavicchia Storage versus distribution temperature(s) for sensitive • Manager, Systems Quality, Biomedical Services medicinal products Distribution temperature acceptance criteria for cold chain AMERICAN RED CROSS • products Mau'veen Dayrell-Johnson The outsourcing program • Senior Officer, Trade Compliance Handling, storage and transportation/distribution of • CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY (CBSA) temperature sensitive medicinal products • Temperature profile development: Ambient, hot and Ian Holloway cold profiles Manager, Defective Medicines Report Centre • Packaging development: Qualification per Technical MEDICINES AND HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS REGULATORY Report 39 AGENCY (MHRA) • Important factors — Matrixing product packaging A Representative of TRANSPORTATION SECURITY — Pack-outs ADMINISTRATION (TSA) AIR CARGO SECURITY — Monitoring — Performance qualification 1-800-882-8684 • www.coldchainpharm.com 8
  9. 9. Main Conference Day Two ...continued Documentation requirements ePedigree compliance — • Training Effective tracking techniques to minimize time wastage — • The outsourcing program • Determining the weak link in your supply chain • Presenter: Panelists: Rafik H. Bishara, PhD Jeff Wells President & Chief Executive Officer Technical Advisor, Chair, Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Interest FRANWELL, INC. Group (PCCIG) PARENTERAL DRUG ASSOCIATION (PDA) Thomas Reese Business Development - RFID MOTOROLA ENTERPRISE MOBILITY DIVISION 12:30 pm Networking Lunch Jean Pierre Emond Professor & Co-Director, Research Center for Food Distribution & Retailing Coffee & Dessert in the Exhibit Hall 1:30 pm UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PANEL DISCUSSION: SMALL GROUP/ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS 2:15 pm 3:15 pm DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Sustainability in Your Cold Chain Procedures • Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Security • Good data management can improve your inventory The Role of Pharmacies in Maintaining the Cold Chain • management, making recalls more efficient and providing the means to authenticate temperature management and identify counterfeit drugs. What options are available and which will Roundtable Summaries: 4:00 pm work best for your organization? Takeaways from Each Small Group Discussion Radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems: How do they • work? Are they the best option? Closing Remarks and Program Concludes 4:15 pm Other electronic product codes: What else is available? • “Good presentations with emphasis on real-life issues and work trends” – Quality Advisor, Janssen Pharmaceuticals NV “One of the best conferences I have attended” – QA Associate Director, Johnson & Johnson quot;Excellent presentations on Supply Chain involving 3rd party transportation carriers.quot; – Materials Supervisor, Bristol Myers Squibb quot;I’m looking at all of the vendors for possible applications.quot; – Sr. Transportation Analyst, Covidien “Well prepared and communicated info on all topics discussed” -Warehouse Supervisor, Bristol Myers Squibb Sponsors: 9
  10. 10. Register by 12/19/08 and SAVE $500 Green Packaging February 25-27, 2009 Toronto, Canada TM Rethinking the Sustainable Packaging Paradigm: Emphasizing Good Business Practice as the Rationale for Going Green Benefits of Attending: Learn about the real cost-saving potential of • sustainable packaging Define what it really means to be green • Learn about the newest green technology, materials and solutions • Understand the emerging world of sustainability regulations • Examine the cost of sustainability – What is the ROI of going green? • Green Packaging For more information on Green Packaging is co-located with or to download the complete brochure, visit 7th Cold www.iqpc.com/us/green Chain Management and Temperature www.iqpc.com/us/green Control Summit
  11. 11. 7th Annual Cold Chain Management Registration information TM & Temperature Control Summit Pricing Book and Pay By Book and Pay By Book and Pay By Book and Pay By Book and Pay By Standard Nov. 21, 08 Dec. 5, 08 Dec. 19, 08 Jan. 9, 09 Jan. 30, 09 Pricing Conference Only (save $1000) (save $800) (save $600) (save $400) (save $200) $1,499 $1,799 $1,999 $2,199 $2,399 $2,599 Conference + 1 Workshop (save $1100) (save $800) (save $600) (save $400) (save $200) $2,048 $2,348 $2,548 $2,748 $2,948 $3,148 Conference + 2 Workshops (save $1100) (save $800) (save $600) (save $400) (save $200) $2,597 $2,897 $3,097 $3,297 $3,497 $3,697 Conference + 3 Workshops (save $1200) (save $900) (save $700) (save $500) (save $300) (save $100) $3,046 $3,346 $3,546 $3,746 $3,946 $4,146 Conference + 4 Workshops (save $1300) (save $1000) (save $800) (save $600) (save $400) (save $200) $3,495 $3,795 $3,995 $4,195 $4,395 $4,595 Workshops Only $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each Training Class $799 $799 $799 $799 $799 $799 All-Access Pass: Attend the 2-Day Main Conference, all 4 Pre-Conference Workshops, and the Training Class *Please specify which workshops you will (save $3,095) (save $1,995) (save $999) attend when registering $2,499 $3,599 $4,595 Green Packaging Main Conference Add-on: Add this upon registration and attend both main conferences *Please note the add-on is for main conference only. $749 $749 $749 $749 $749 $749 See www.iqpc.com/us/green for more information Prices are in Canadian currency and are subject to a 5% GST. Sponsorship and Exhibition 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: Opportunities Web: www.coldchainpharm.com 1 2 Call: 1-646-253-5524 Sponsorships and Exhibits are excellent opportunities for your company to showcase its products and services to high-level, 3 Email: Mack.mendoza@iqpc.com targeted decision makers attending the conference. Pharma IQ and the 7th Cold Chain Management and Temperature Control 4 Fax: 1-646-378-6025 Summit will help companies like yours achieve sales, marketing and 5 Mail: IQPC branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are custom-tailored 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 to help your company create a platform to maximize its exposure at the event. Venue and Accomodations: For more information on Sponsoring and Exhibiting at the 7th Cold Chain Management and Temperature Control Summit, please Four Seasons Hotel Toronto contact Mack Mendoza at 1-646-253-5524 or 21 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2G1 Mack.mendoza@iqpc.com. Telephone: 1 (416) 964-0411 • Website: www.fourseasons.com/toronto IQPC has a reduced-rate room block for participants of Cold Chain Payment Terms: Management & Temperature Control Summit at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. Please note that multiple discounts cannot be combined. For room reservations, please call the hotel directly at 416-964-0411. Be sure to A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit mention that you are attending IQPC’s Cold Chain event for the group rate card payment at the time of registration. when making your reservations. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN CANADIAN DOLLARS TO: IQPC * Prices are in Canadian currency and are subject to a 5% GST. TEAM DISCOUNTS: For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Customer Service at About the organizer: 1-646-253-5524. Only one discount may be applied per registrant. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: Pharma IQ, the pharmaceutical division of IQPC, JPMorgan Chase – Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 – provides a forum to address the critical issues facing the ABA/Routing #:021000021 pharmaceutical industry today. Pharma IQ utilizes Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 11165.003 workshop, conference and training course formats to Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, facilitate a learning environment for pharmaceutical professional working in all refreshments and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. areas of drug development from Discovery to Post-Marketing. Please go online to: www.iqpc.com/cancellation to view our cancellation policy Scholarships Available: IQPC sets aside a limited number of discounts that may be applied to its conferences for delegates from the non-profit sector, government and Conferences and Webinars available: military organizations and academia. For more information about scholarships to this event, please call Customer Service at 1-646-253-5524. Visit us at www.iqpc.com and see what other exciting Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service and information-packed conferences and webinars at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. being offered by the International Quality & ©2009 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this Productivity Center. brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. Sponsors: 11
  12. 12. 535 5th Ave, 8th Floor • New York, NY 10017 7th Annual Cold Chain Management and Temperature Control Summit Feb.23rd-26th, 2009 • Toronto, Ontario Please complete registration form & return to: Mack Mendoza Tel.: 646-253-5524 Fax: 212-697-4106 E-mail: mack.mendoza@iqpc.com Online Registration : Use Code : NAD/MM and Attn : Mack Mendoza Please register us to attend as detailed below Company: Address: Direct Phone: Email: Delegate Name: Title: Workshops: Amount: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Total: $ Payment will be made by: [ ] VISA [ ] AMEX [ ] MasterCard Card No: Expiration Date: Name of Cardholder: Signature: *** Any registrations not accompanied by immediate payment will be subject to a $99 service charge ***