Welcome to the world’s leading series of cold chain life science events…now in Miami!
The total revenue generated by the Latin American pharmaceutical industry is expected to exceed US$85 billion by 2018. Combined with the booming global development of biologic-based drugs and personalized therapies, the LATAM life science supply chain continues to grow in both size and complexity. With so much investment at stake, maintaining product integrity and complying with Good Distribution Practices (GDPs) is more important now than ever before.
Last year’s conference stressed the importance of maintaining strong quality agreements to establish accountability and improve relationships with supply chain partners. Attendees also took advantage of our exhibit hall featuring the industry’s leading solution providers to compare and contrast the latest cutting edge solutions. Another major highlight was the extensive networking available both through interactive small-group discussions and onsite mixers.
For this year’s bilingual conference, we’re recruiting the industry’s leading minds who’ll provide end-to-end strategies on how to implement sound risk-management practices to determine the most cost-efficient mode of transporting your product…without sacrificing product quality.
International Air Transport Association
Former Import & Export Coordinator
Project Lead, Center of Excellence for Pharma Logistics
CECMED (Centro para el Control Estatal de Medicamentos, Equipos y Dispositivos Médicos)
Regional Whs & Distribution Leader LATAM
Head of Security - LATAM
Novartis Corporate Security
Head of Supply Chain Mexico
Merck Group Mexico
Validation and Calibration
Bayer de México S.A. de C.V.
Pharmacist & Regulatory Affairs Manager
Drogueria Ramon Gonzalez Revilla S.A.
Supply Chain BGx LATAM- OE Latina-Mid East Africa- India & Asia Pacific Lea
Senior Quality Manager - Latin America
Warehousing and Distribution Head, Caricam
Head of Supply Chain Mexico
Novartis Chile S.A.
Here’s a quick peek at just a few of the benefits you can expect from this year’s event:
Dive deep into regional and global GDP updates to ensure full compliance
Grow your network extensively by connecting with vendor partners and industry peers from Latin America and beyond
Learn about the successes and challenges of “last mile” transportation, especially during vaccination initiatives in remote regions
Scheduling meetings with top solution providers onsite to make smart investment choices in areas such as packaging, freight forwarders and 3PLs, air cargo, ocean freight, data logging, temperature monitoring, supply chain management software, testing and validation, consulting and more
Strengthen your supply chain security program to prevent in-transit theft and warehouse break-ins
Tackle infrastructural shortages by sourcing effective local solutions for temperature-controlled storage and transportation
Develop and maintain a robust stability budget so you can accurately assess the severity of temperature excursions
Learn how to properly validate and qualify your temperature-controlled packaging, shipping lanes and freight forwarders
Compare the effectiveness of air vs. ocean freight when shipping CRT, ambient and 2-8°C products
Take a risk-based approach when determining whether to conduct lane qualification or continuous monitoring
Hear directly from industry regulators to clarify current requirements and audit best practices, both in the LATAM region and internationally
Analyze the benefits of active vs. passive shipping in detail, and identify key risk factors to determine which packaging mode works best for your product.