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Temperature Controlled Logistics 2018

Temperature Controlled Logistics 2018

29 January - 1 February 2018
Twickenham Stadium, London

Temperature Controlled Logistics 2018. Twickenham Stadium London. 29th January – 1st February

In planning the 2018 Temperature Controlled Logistics conference, Pharma IQ surveyed over 50 senior supply chain and logistics experts from big and small pharmaceutical companies, as well as from consumer industries. The main question they were looking to answer was: what is the main factor that defines a cost effective, secure, and GDP compliant temperature controlled supply chain that experiences minimal temperature excursions? The overarching answer was clear: planning. Strengthen your end-to-end supply chain planning, and your temperature controlled logistics will be easier, cheaper, and better.

In recognition of this, TCL 2018, takes you on a journey from the beginning of your supply chain, to the very end. The three separate streams will look at:

·        Pre-Transportation – with sessions such as “Enabling End-to-End Supply Chain Planning, Visibility, and Decision Making through Standardisation & IT Integration Across Global Sites” (Merck) and “Optimising Lane Qualification with all Supply Chain Stakeholders in Challenging Shipping Environments” (Bayer)

·        Transportation – with sessions such as “A Global Approach to Reducing Temperature Excursions” (Genzyme) and “Maintaining Temperature Control in the World’s Most Challenging Situations” (Médecins Sans Frontières)

·        Last Mile and Post-Distribution – with sessions such as “Last Mile Distribution – The Final Stage of End-to-End Temperature Monitoring (EZR Group) and “Working with Partners to Close Gaps in the Last Mile” (Novartis)

the goal of the event is for each and every delegate who attends TCL 2018 to leave understanding what best practice planning and execution looks like at every stage of their temperature controlled supply chain. With over 50 case studies from pharmaceutical manufactures and regulatory bodies that address key operational and strategic considerations, bring your team to ensure coverage of all relevant sessions.  

The  world famous exhibition will, as per tradition, run parallel to the conference, so that you have the chance to identify solution providers who can support the implementation of new solutions and strategies. In a brand new location of Twickenham Stadium, the big red London bus won’t be joining this year, but they have plenty of new surprises that await! Don't to miss the BRAND NEW Sea Freight Focus Day! Details on the agenda at https://www.temperaturecontrolledlogistics.com/

The early bird special has just kicked off, and there are a few ways to capitalise on these discounts: 

1.            Online here: https://www.temperaturecontrolledlogistics.com/

2.            Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk

3.            Telephone +44 (0) 20 7036 1300

phone + 44 (0) 207 036 1300
email Enquire@iqpc.co.uk
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email Twickenham Stadium, London
 
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Temperature Controlled Logistics 2018

29 January - 1 February 2018, Twickenham Stadium, London

Each January for the past 16 years, more than 400 senior supply chain, logistics, storage, regulation and quality experts from the pharmaceutical industry have gathered at the TCL Forum for the largest, longest running and most comprehensive cold chain and ambient logistics conference in Europe.
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