Balancing Quality, Risk and Cost to Achieve
Compliance and Maintain Product Integrity
As the global healthcare industry grows, temperature controlled logistics rapidly evolves with it. Given the evolving regulatory requirements across the globe, companies throughout the temperature-sensitive supply chain face the huge challenge of staying updated and constantly adapting their supply chain processes to ensure maximum compliance and quality at minimum cost.
However, the discrepancies in regulatory requirements and GDP guidelines in key international markets complicate the multi-faceted supply chain. Delays during product handovers, shock and vibration in transit, extreme weather variations and equipment failures all introduce significant risks for potential temperature excursions and product loss. Add to that the increasing diversity of pharmaceutical products, and the task of monitoring today’s cold chain becomes nothing short of daunting. Responding to these pressing issues, the 14th Cold Chain - GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum has significantly expanded the topic focuses, session formats, speaking faculty and vendor options to meet your emerging and ongoing challenges for 2016 and beyond.