The 18th annual Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference will bring together supply chain, logistics and quality experts from around the globe to experience four days of ‘unmissable’ workshops, case studies, panels, interactive discussion groups and technology showcases.
This conference, which takes place on 28-31 January at Twickenham Stadium, follows a journey from the beginning of the pharmaceutical supply chain, to the very end. With presentations, interactive activities covering planning, transportation, execution, last mile and post-distribution.
Katherine Gordon, Programme Director for TCL 2019, said: “Our goal is for each and every delegate who attends TCL is to leave understanding what best practice planning and execution looks like at every stage of their cold and ambient supply chain. It will be an unmissable few days for all whose profession revolves in part or wholly around pharma logistics and temperature control, and who wish to remain properly informed and at the top of their game.”
TCL is a tightly-focused networking, business development and learning platform for industry experts. In 2019, the event will tackle issues such as modernising supply chains and logistics strategies by identifying and implementing new technologies with ideas and insight from companies such as Pfizer, MSD, Sensitech and Softbox. The conference will also look at securing the integrity of products by reducing temperature excursions across the globe featuring exclusive case studies from Bayer (Latin America), Getz Pharma (South Asia), AstraZeneca (China) and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Africa).
There will be focus on implementing serious cost reduction strategies for logistics processes without compromising quality with tips and tricks from Allergan, CSL Behring, Dr Reddys and Sanofi Genzyme.
The conference will also discuss how to make end-to-end GDP compliance strategies simple without sacrificing efficiency or economy, safeguarding control room temperature (CRT) products throughout the supply chain and ensuring end-to-end security by strengthening the all-important last mile of distribution.