20th Annual Temperature Controlled Logistics in Biopharmaceuticals Europe 2024

Exploring best practice: industry regulations, end-to-end transportation, digitalisation, sustainability and mitigating risks

6 - 7

March

2024
  • Hyatt Regency Barcelona Towers, Barcelona, Spain
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  • 6 Mar 2024
  • 7 Mar 2024
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7:30 AM

Registration and refreshments

8:15 AM

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speakers

Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

8:30 AM

Building a strong relationship with your cold chain suppliers: secrets to success

  • Common hurdles and pain points in cold chain logistics and how to work collaboratively with vendors and suppliers in order to overcome these
  • Operating temperature controlled supply chains internationally and working with vendors in different regions: what do you need to consider?
  • Choosing and working with the right vendors in order to minimise the risk of temperature deviations or excursions

Speakers

Luiz Barberini
Head of External Manufacturing, Latin America, Bayer

9 AM

Sustainable solutions in clinical trial supply: a case study on patient, planet, and sponsor centricity at DHL Group

  • Overview of key logistical challenges in reducing the environmental impact of clinical supply chains
  • Balancing environmental impact reduction and performance in clinical supply
  • Key considerations to enable a holistic approach in clinical supply chain management

Speakers

Aiden Smith
Head of Global Customer Solutions, Clinical Logistics, DHL Supply Chain
Fernanda Teles
Head of Global Clinical Logistics Operations, DHL Supply Chain

9:30 AM

Making use of real time temperature monitoring for end to end supply chain visibility

  • Real time monitoring as a crucial tool to ensure the success of temperature controlled supply chains: an overview of opportunities and potential risks when utilizing this
  • Successfully integrating real time monitoring with current temperature controlled systems while minimizing cost
  • Incorporating real time monitoring alongside other tools in order to minimize risk around temperature excursions and improve the overall efficiency of your supply chain for temperature sensitive drugs

Speakers

Gianpiero Lorusso
Independent Cold Chain Expert

10 AM

Maximizing efficiency in pharmaceutical logistics: a synergy of technology and human expertise

  • Challenges and innovations in temperature logistics
  • Importance of cloud-dataloggers (live tracking)
  • Impact of AI: balancing efficiency and customer satisfaction
  • Leveraging technology to improve customer communication

Speakers

Assil Mohebbi
Business Development Manager, T-Safe Logistics

10:30 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:15 AM

Climate change and temperature control: preparing your systems to handle extreme temperature changes

  • Extra precautions to control and monitor temperature excursions during heatwaves
  • The impact of climate change on temperature control systems in pharma: what solutions are available in order to mitigate risk to products?
  • Preparing shippers for increased temperatures: key considerations when shipping in Europe
  • How the environment and climate change impacts the way we ship temperature sensitive drug products

Speakers

Silvana Furfaro
QA/RA Manager, Arrow Diagnostics

11:45 AM

Cornerstones of efficient and sustainable temperature monitoring in clinical trials: how we can overcome the challenges

  • Respecting the different conditions, circumstances and requirements at the clinical sites
  • Ensuring the timely availability and correct documentation of temperature measurement data
  • Possibilities of automating standard processes in temperature monitoring to enable efficient and safe workflows
  • Holistic end-to-end view and assessment of temperature measurement data from distribution to storage at the clinical site
  • Minimize the risk of deviations through predictive real-time analyses of the temperature situation of your deliveries and products
  • Sustainable use and reuse of data logger hardware

Speakers

Patrik Senn
Head of Product Management, ELPRO
Emanuel Schäpper
Team Leader Key Account Management, ELPRO

12:15 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Collaborating across the industry: how can pharma companies work together more efficiently to improve temperature controlled supply chain processes?

  • Sharing data around routing, supplier performance and lane KPIs: would this benefit pharma companies?
  • Simplifying and streamlining processes through data sharing rather than starting from scratch and the impact this could have on supply chain efficiency
  • Where else are there opportunities for increased collaboration between companies shipping and transporting temperature sensitive drugs?
  • Historic data, information and resources that could be used to benefit the industry as a whole: what is available?
  • Tools and technology to improve collaboration and information sharing in temperature controlled logistics

Speakers

Patrick Pichler
Director, Head of Global Distribution Quality, Merck
Marc Evrard
Logistics Validation Manager
Ana-Zeralda Canals Hamann
Preclinical and Supply Chain Manager

1 PM

Time and money savings for pharma logistics lanes

Peter J Skoutelas, Chief Business Officer, Frontier Scientific

1:15 PM

Lunch and networking

2:30 PM

Sustainability, cost efficiency and risk management in clinical trial logistics

  • Common challenges and risks faced by biotechs in the logistics of their trials
  • Overview of sustainable and cost-efficient solutions for the logistics
  • Case studies of successful sustainable and cost-efficient projects

Speakers

Sam Yazdani
Chief Operating Officer
Mehran Nadji
Chief Executive Officer, GNN Group

3 PM

Tips and tricks: mitigating the risk and impact of temperature excursions

  • Taking steps to minimise the possibility of a temperature excursion: what should you be doing?
  • Incorporating monitoring technology in order to ensure all excursions are responded to in a timely manner and how this can reduce drug waste
  • Assessing the impact of a temperature excursion on drugs using stability and other data

Speakers

Ana-Zeralda Canals Hamann
Preclinical and Supply Chain Manager

3:30 PM

Afternoon refreshments and networking

3:55 PM

EXHIBITION APPLE PRIZE DRAW

Visit our exhibitors’ booths throughout the day and collect stamps in order to enter our Prize Draw and be in for a chance of winning Apple devices or Amazon vouchers. The Prize Draw will take place in the Exhibition Hall, make sure you don’t miss out!

4 PM

FIRESIDE CHAT: Temperature controlled logistics for cell and gene therapy: challenges and lessons learned

  • Coping with low and deep frozen temperatures: an overview of challenges and how these were overcome
  • Building capabilities and infrastructure for end to end supply chain logistics in cell and gene therapy: what was effective and what was not?
  • Choosing packaging, Temperature monitoring and cooling systems at deep frozen temperatures: how do you maintain a product’s temperature at minus 80 and minus 196 degrees?
  • Acquiring stability data quickly and effectively in order to be able to increase temperatures safely

Speakers

Doris Cadart
Cell and Gene Therapy Supply Project Manager, Sanofi
Clément Grenier
Clinical Supply Project Operational Leader, Sanofi

4:45 PM

Logistic optimization: when business drivers meets environmental ones

  • A real case of supply chain optimization done by Lilly
  • How very simple ideas can get to a more efficient and sustainable supply chain
  • Think globally: the solution is not only in one hand
  • The hardest part: cultural change, environmental benefit not as side effect of business driver, but as the business driver itself

Speakers

Gerardo De Pasquale
Senior Scientist, TSMS Logistic, TS/MS Packaging and Device, Eli Lilly and Company

END OF DAY 1 AND NETWORKING DRINKS

8 AM

Registration and refreshments

8:55 AM

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speakers

Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

9 AM

Choosing temperature-controlled packaging materials to suit your product

  • Balancing cost and quality in packaging selection processes
  • ESG and packaging: key considerations to ensure your packaging is environmentally friendly
  • Identifying risks around packaging materials and mitigating against these

Speakers

Mark Senior
Materials Manager, AbbVie

9:30 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Cold chain and the sustainability agenda: how to minimise your environmental impact

  • Weighing up the benefits of passive and active containers: what options are most eco-friendly?
  • Opportunities for incorporating recyclable materials into the temperature controlled pharma supply chain
  • Balancing sustainability against the need to maintain quality and minimise the risk of excursions
  • Meeting internal and external targets for sustainability: where are the key areas of opportunity beyond changing packaging materials?
  • Considering cost and budget friendly options to reduce environmental impact of cold chain logistics in pharma

 

Speakers

Luiz Barberini
Head of External Manufacturing, Latin America, Bayer
Tobias Riedl
Head of Supply Chain, New Markets, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories
Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

10:15 AM

FIRESIDE CHAT: Optimising logistics and operations for temperature controlled clinical supply chains

  • Choosing and working with vendors in clinical supply management for temperature sensitive drugs: how can you ensure you set yourself up for success?
  • Effective forecasting and planning for temperature controlled supply chains in order to streamline processes and reduce drug waste
  • Key pain points for clinical supply chains and how this differs from commercial shipments: overcoming challenges when shipping temperature sensitive drugs both in and out of the EU

Speakers

Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx
Dr Kamal Amin
Head Of Clinical Supplies Management, Galderma

10:45 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:30 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: The challenge of Africa: ensuring quality and integrity of temperature sensitive products

  • Controlling temperature in countries with low levels of infrastructure: what options are available?
  • Storage and warehousing of temperature sensitive products: handling risk around power outages in hot countries
  • Reaching remote, rural areas of Africa: how to ensure your product stays intact to avoid risk to drugs and patients
  • Supply chain challenges in Africa and how effective planning can help mitigate against potential issues
  • Additional hurdles to overcome for clinical and commercial pharmaceutical supply chains in Africa

Speakers

Révérien Uwacu
Clinical Trial Supply Management Consultant, UCB
Cesar Gil-Martinez
Procurement Regional Manager EMEA, Transportation & Warehousing, Bayer AG
Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

12 PM

Product specific temperature requirements: key considerations and best practice

  • Creating and consolidating information of transport and storing conditions for planners, freight forwarders and quality teams to refer back to
  • Regulatory requirements to be condensed into the rigors and rules of SAP
  • Connecting SAP to practical needs of real life and business
  • Lessons learned: human skills and weaknesses in true battle with IT clarity

Speakers

Ingrid Lux
Head of Quality Disposition, Director, Oncology and External Supply Small Molecule EU, Takeda

12:30 PM

Quality processes in temperature controlled logistics: ensuring processes are efficient without compromising quality

  • How new technology, processes and methodologies can be used to enhance efficiency of temperature controlled supply chains and the impact of these on drug quality
  • Quality and compliance of temperature sensitive drugs in the EU: updates on regulations and guidelines
  • Where are the key opportunities to further streamline supply chain operations for temperature controlled logistics and how can you avoid impact on quality?

Speakers

Ana Martinez Lozano
Associate Director Distribution & Logistics Quality EMEA Lead, MSD

1 PM

Lunch and networking

1:55 PM

EXHIBITION APPLE PRIZE DRAW

Visit our exhibitors’ booths throughout the day and collect stamps in order to enter our Prize Draw and be in for a chance of winning Apple devices or Amazon vouchers. The Prize Draw will take place in the Exhibition Hall, make sure you don’t miss out!

2 PM

PROBLEM-SOLVING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

During the roundtable discussion session, the conference hall will be divided into five ‘zones’. Delegates can choose which zone they would like to join. Each zone will be led by a table moderator and will focus on a different challenge within temperature controlled logistics. After 60 minutes, delegates will have the opportunity to swap and choose a different table, and each roundtable will run twice.

ROUNDTABLE 1: Discussing the current role of procurement in developing partnerships among our needed suppliers

Luiz Barberini, Head of External Manufacturing, Latin America, Bayer

ROUNDTABLE 2: Handling quality and compliance issues in temperature controlled logistics within the EU

Chris Wallace, Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

ROUNDTABLE 3: Importing and exporting biological materials to or from the U.S

Adam Pitt, Biological Threat Exclusion Coordinator, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

George Amerson, Biological Threat Exclusion Coordinator, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

ROUNDTABLE 4: Monitoring and mitigating the impact of temperature excursions in supply chains

Cesar Gil-Martinez, Procurement Regional Manager EMEA, Transportation & Warehousing, Bayer AG

ROUNDTABLE 5: Effective use of IRT for clinical supply management

Kamal Amin, Head of Clinical Supplies Management, Galderma

Speakers

Dr Kamal Amin
Head Of Clinical Supplies Management, Galderma
Luiz Barberini
Head of External Manufacturing, Latin America, Bayer
Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx
Adam Pitt
Biological Threat Exclusion Coordinator (BTEC), U.S. Customs and Border Protection
George Amerson
Biological Threat Exclusion Coordinator, U.S. Customs And Border Protection
Cesar Gil-Martinez
Procurement Regional Manager EMEA, Transportation & Warehousing, Bayer AG

4 PM

END OF CONFERENCE

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Mark Senior
Materials Manager, AbbVie

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Choosing temperature-controlled packaging materials to suit your product

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Silvana Furfaro
QA/RA Manager, Arrow Diagnostics

Silvana Furfaro is currently the Head of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs of Arrow Diagnostics SrL placed in Genoa, Italy.

Arrow Diagnostics is the Italian subsidiary of Seegene Inc, Seoul, Rep. of Korea, a worldwide leader of In Vitro Diagnostics products in the field of Virology, Microbiology, Oncology, and Anatomy Pathology.

Arrow Diagnostics is the exclusive importer of many important foreign companies in IVD field, and this company is also manufacturer of the IVD products branded AD4SEQ with NGS technology CE-IVD marked and currently ongoing under IVDr.

Silvana Furfaro is also Person Responsible for Regulatory Compliance for the reagents manufactured under AD4SEQ brand.

The company is certified ISO9001 and ISO13485:2016 with the ON BSI Netherlands.

In 2021, Arrow Diagnostics obtained the EU 2017/746 Regulation assessment, and submitted many Technical Files for the IVDr certification, that became official law last year, at May 26th 2022.

Being member of the Technical Committee of PharmacomItalia, she has a large experience in Molecular Biology and in pharmaceutical companies (more than 33 years).

In the past, Mrs. Furfaro worked in pharmaceutical companies as Manager of Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Manufacturing Departments, improving her knowledge in GMP and GDP.

Mrs. Furfaro’ s main goal is to contribute at positioning Arrow Diagnostics as one the most important Italian manufacturers in the IVD field, in the next five years

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Climate change and temperature control: preparing your systems to handle extreme temperature changes

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Luiz Barberini
Head of External Manufacturing, Latin America, Bayer

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PROBLEM-SOLVING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

2024-03-07, 2:00 PM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Cold chain and the sustainability agenda: how to minimise your environmental impact

2024-03-07, 9:30 AM

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Building a strong relationship with your cold chain suppliers: secrets to success

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Chris Wallace
Head of Distribution EMEA, Argenx

Chris has over 30 years’ varied supply chain experience, having worked for several blue chip companies in a number of industries including 3rd party logistics services, automotive, medical device, nuclear fuels and biotech/pharmaceuticals.

Originally from the UK but now based in Switzerland, he has been involved in life science - biotech/pharmaceuticals & medical device - for the last 20 years of his career and has latterly been SVP Global Supply Chain at Clover Biopharmaceutical before recently moving to Argenx.

He has developed, implemented and managed global healthcare supply chain strategies and operations on 6 continents. This has included different set-ups in multiple countries, including many in the Emerging Markets as well as the developed world. Recently he has established the supply chain function in a biotech start up and successfully built the cross functional team to support the launch of a new vaccine.

Chris has a degree in economics from Manchester University, an MBA from Aston University and a postgraduate diploma from London University. In his spare time, he plays golf badly and loves to sample great Italian food and red wines!

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PROBLEM-SOLVING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

2024-03-07, 2:00 PM

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FIRESIDE CHAT: Optimising logistics and operations for temperature controlled clinical supply chains

2024-03-07, 10:15 AM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: The challenge of Africa: ensuring quality and integrity of temperature sensitive products

2024-03-07, 11:30 AM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Cold chain and the sustainability agenda: how to minimise your environmental impact

2024-03-07, 9:30 AM

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Chairperson’s opening remarks

2024-03-06, 8:15 AM

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Chairperson’s opening remarks

2024-03-07, 8:55 AM

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Marc Evrard
Logistics Validation Manager

Marc Evrard is Global Logistics Validation Manager at Vifor Pharma in Switzerland. He is responsible for temperature, risk and generally speaking Good Distribution Practices compliance and emerging trends. Marc studied international business and tax law, he has a background working in the Telecommunication and Air freight before joining the Pharma industry. He has been working as clinical trial distribution project manager, in commercial transport operations and in transport validation before joining the Vifor Pharma Global Logistics team in February 2018.

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Collaborating across the industry: how can pharma companies work together more efficiently to improve temperature controlled supply chain processes?

2024-03-06, 12:15 PM

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Ana-Zeralda Canals Hamann
Preclinical and Supply Chain Manager

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Tips and tricks: mitigating the risk and impact of temperature excursions

2024-03-06, 3:00 PM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Collaborating across the industry: how can pharma companies work together more efficiently to improve temperature controlled supply chain processes?

2024-03-06, 12:15 PM

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Tobias Riedl
Head of Supply Chain, New Markets, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Cold chain and the sustainability agenda: how to minimise your environmental impact

2024-03-07, 9:30 AM

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Dr Kamal Amin
Head Of Clinical Supplies Management, Galderma

Kamal is a trained Chemist who decided to pursue a career in supply chain management and quality. In this role, he was tasked to supervise commercial and clinical trial products. Kamal has worked in the pharmaceutical and device industries for over 15 years in different size organisations ranging from large multinational to small virtual companies. He is currently leading a global team at Galderma to develop an integrated clinical supply chain organisation within the company.

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PROBLEM-SOLVING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

2024-03-07, 2:00 PM

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FIRESIDE CHAT: Optimising logistics and operations for temperature controlled clinical supply chains

2024-03-07, 10:15 AM

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Gianpiero Lorusso
Independent Cold Chain Expert

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Making use of real time temperature monitoring for end to end supply chain visibility

2024-03-06, 9:30 AM

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Patrick Pichler
Director, Head of Global Distribution Quality, Merck

Patrick is heading the Department Quality in Distribution, Artwork and Product Security @Merck since 2014. In this role he is deeply involved in all topics around distribution, warehousing, GDPs, validation and qualifications, risk assessment, etc. With his team he controls the worldwide shipments leaving all Merck manufacturing sites or CMOs. Before joining Merck Patrick was working as GMP and GDP inspector for the Austrian national Health Authority. Being responsible for international inspections he gained a lot of insights into the pharmaceutical world and quality practices of various pharma companies. As a member of the GDP drafting group at the European Health Authority EMA he was deeply involved in the generation and implementation of the EU GDP guideline. Patrick has also a broad knowledge in QC testing and product release as he worked in different QC labs for 11 years. He is a biotechnologist by training with a Master’s Degree of the University of Applied Science in Krems, Austria.

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Collaborating across the industry: how can pharma companies work together more efficiently to improve temperature controlled supply chain processes?

2024-03-06, 12:15 PM

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Ana Martinez Lozano
Associate Director Distribution & Logistics Quality EMEA Lead, MSD

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Quality processes in temperature controlled logistics: ensuring processes are efficient without compromising quality

2024-03-07, 12:30 PM

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Doris Cadart
Cell and Gene Therapy Supply Project Manager, Sanofi

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FIRESIDE CHAT: Temperature controlled logistics for cell and gene therapy: challenges and lessons learned

2024-03-06, 4:00 PM

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Ingrid Lux
Head of Quality Disposition, Director, Oncology and External Supply Small Molecule EU, Takeda

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Product specific temperature requirements: key considerations and best practice

2024-03-06, 5:00 PM

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Product specific temperature requirements: key considerations and best practice

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Gerardo De Pasquale
Senior Scientist, TSMS Logistic, TS/MS Packaging and Device, Eli Lilly and Company

Aerospace engineer, I worked in Lilly Italia from 2011 passing from project engineering to process engineering and finally landing in logistic world. Expert in the design/qualification and maintenance of controlled temperature equipment (shipment containers, warehouses, freezers and so on) , formulation and filling of parenteral products and aseptic processes.

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Logistic optimization: when business drivers meets environmental ones

2024-03-06, 4:45 PM

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Assil Mohebbi
Business Development Manager, T-Safe Logistics

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Maximizing efficiency in pharmaceutical logistics: a synergy of technology and human expertise

2024-03-06, 10:00 AM

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Aiden Smith
Head of Global Customer Solutions, Clinical Logistics, DHL Supply Chain

Aidan’s responsibility is to drive customer experience and ensuring that DHL meets all customer requirements across our warehouse and transportation network for their clinical supplies. Together with the Global Clinical Logistics Team they have developed a strong strategy to deliver clinical supply chains for the future, incorporating a strong focus on quality, regulatory compliance as well as a strong development agenda in Accelerated Digitalisation aligned to the wider priorities of DHL Supply Chain.

With extensive experience in managing clinical customers and implementing their operations across DHL’s global clinical network of over 32 depot locations. His knowledge of clinical supply ensures that DHL can deliver in line with specific customer expectations and requirements across the clinical supply and packaging industry.

Aiden has been part of the DHL Clinical Logistics team for the last 7 years, holding roles in Account Management, Operations and Depot Network Management.

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Sustainable solutions in clinical trial supply: a case study on patient, planet, and sponsor centricity at DHL Group

2024-03-06, 9:00 AM

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Fernanda Teles
Head of Global Clinical Logistics Operations, DHL Supply Chain

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Sustainable solutions in clinical trial supply: a case study on patient, planet, and sponsor centricity at DHL Group

2024-03-06, 9:00 AM

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