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Improving the Clinical Trial Supply Chain by Using Best Practice Techniques

What's the best way to ensure that clinical trial compounds are correctly packaged, labelled and delivered, while still maintaining tight control of costs? That's an increasingly critical question for companies in the pharmaceutical industry, where better manufacturing and supply processes can make the difference between a smooth and timely clinical trial and a costly debacle - drug makers lose up to a million US dollars in sales for each day a new drug's market launch is delayed.

As clinical studies become more complex and protracted, these supply chain issues grow even more pressing. To meet the challenge, leading pharmaceutical companies are implementing best practice processes, such as the deployment of cross-functional project teams. But many companies are still not using software tools to optimise production planning and execution.


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By Harald Geimer, Director of Worldwide Life Sciences and
Frank H Schulze, Principal of Worldwide Life Sciences Practice at PRTM

Harald Geimer is Director of Worldwide Life Sciences Practice at PRTM. He has over 14 years' consulting experience, primarily in supply chain management and product and process development, spanning the pharmaceutical, biotech, chemicals and medical devices industries.

Harald has led projects for companies to facilitate improvement in product development, supply chain management processes and outsourcing strategies. His consulting experience prior to joining PRTM, focused on business process re-engineering in the area of logistics, and marketing and service development in purchasing and supply management.

Harald holds a Masters Degree in Business Studies and Engineering from the Technical University in Darmstadt, Germany.

Frank H Schulze is Principal of Worldwide Life Sciences Practice at PRTM. He has 15 years of industry and consulting experience in developing business strategies and organisational concepts, sales and marketing, strategic product portfolio analysis, optimising R&D portfolios, integrating acquisitions and managing projects within the pharmaceutical, chemical, consumer and medical diagnostics industries. Prior to joining PRTM, Frank worked as General Manager of the Central and Eastern European Region for Hoechst Marion Roussel (now Aventis).

He was a Team Leader for the merger of Hoechst and Roussel in Europe and Latin America and managed the integration of Marion Merrill Dow (MMD). Frank also held senior management positions in several pharmaceutical and chemical companies. He has a PhD in Science from the Max-Planck-Institut in Gцttingen, Germany and a Masters Degree in Biology from the University of Heidelberg.


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