|Datum:||03.10 - 04.10.2012|
|Ort:||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
Today's remedy may not just come from the labs but rather from pharma's sourcing, distribution and operations footprint. Therefore, the need for flexible, agile and cost effective supply chain management system is necessary along with improved operational capabilities to gain potential competitive advantage. This conference aims at discussing the good distribution practices of supply chain which are in sync with the changing business environment,addressing the prevalent supply chain management issues, creating effective pipeline to manage dynamic supply chain through integration and collaboration and identify strategies and successfully align them with execution.
The only way for pharmaceutical companies to cut costs is by changing and optimizing their pharmaceutical distribution system, where everyone, manufacturer to pharmacist, is battling for control. Optimizing the supply chain is not always that simple though, the supply chain comes under increasing scrutiny as an area which can be streamlined even further - both in terms of efficiency and cost. With increased global transportation to emerging markets, pharmaceutical distribution also faces customs issues that are contributing to delays and inconsistencies in the transportation of biologics agents.
Who Should Attend:
CEO,Directors and Head of Supply Chain, Clinical Supply Technician, Cold Chain and Shipping Validation Specialist, Cold ChainSpecialist, Consultant - Supply Chain, OperationPl. let me know of interests. Director,Pharmaceutical Warehouse Supervisor, Principle SupplyChain Analyst, manager / Head Quality Operations,Regulatory Affairs Manager, Head of Logistics & Trade Compliance, SeniorTransportation Manager, Shipping Specialist and Supply Chain Supervisor, Business Development Manager.
For further information, please contact:
Muhammad Syafiq Bin Mobin
+603 2141 5357