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Asia's Life Sciences Supply Chain Leaders Will Gather in October in Singapore

LogiPharma Asia, the region's largest life sciences specific supply chain gathering will enable attendees to share best practice on creating regionalised supply chains across the continent, taking into account specific issues such as temperature control, supply chain security, regulatory compliance and supplier management

LogiPharma Asia is the meeting place for life science supply chain heads responsible for growing and managing their company's supply chains across the continent.  LogiPharma Asia, the region's largest life sciences specific supply chain gathering will enable attendees to share best practice on creating regionalized supply chains across the continent, taking into account specific issues such as temperature control, supply chain security, regulatory compliance and supplier management.

The programme focuses on providing pharmaceutical companies with regionalised and demand-driven strategies that ensure their product reach their customers safely and on-time.

Adopting global and regionalised distribution networks to achieve both improved time to market and reduced cost across Asia is one of the hottest topics that will be discussed in the morning of day one. Stephan Gotthardt, Vice President, Global Supply Chain Management, Boehringer Ingelheim, Villiam Kovac, Head of Global Compliance Material Control, Roche Diagnostics, Ravi Mathur, Vice President, Global Supply Chain , Dr Reddy's Pharmaceuticals and Mark Millar, Managing Partner, M Power Associates will form an inspiring panel that will debate the steps companies should take to amend their regional distribution networks in Asia.

With margins becoming tighter and geographies to cover increasing, it is imperative that a functional distribution network is one that is not only as cost effective as possible but delivers products on demand with minimal delay.  What Asian-specific factors must be considered when devising a regionalised distribution network or incorporating Asia into your global supply chain?

As Asia generally becomes more important to global supply chains, are regional distribution strategies becoming harder or easier to implement? Understanding which specific markets will require specialised distribution strategies due to infrastructure, transport and regulatory issues. What immediate steps can be taken to dramatically reduce lead time across the region, and how can they best be implemented?

150+ Global and Regional Supply Chain Heads Under the Same Roof

150+ regional supply chain heads from the leading pharma, generics, biotech and medical devices companies will be gathering at LogiPharma Asia in Singapore. They will be  discussing and debating the issues they currently face and devising strategies for tackling the regional supply chain challenges posed by the Asian continent.

Over the last 6 months the organisers of LogiPharma Asia have worked closely with the Asian life sciences supply chain community to understand those challenges in-depth and discuss the solutions they are seeking to address them. It became clear during the 100+ interviews carried out with regional and global supply chain heads that manufacturers are looking at regionalisation not only as the answer to Asia's unique demands but also finding ways to capitalise on this change if they adapt their strategy in the right way.

As a result, the LogiPharma Asia programme reads like the who's who of the Asian life sciences supply chain community, featuring 35+ speakers, including Michael Tyler, Vice President Supply Chain, Consumer Healthcare,  APLAM, GlaxoSmithKline; Stephan Gotthardt, Global Supply Chain Management, Boehringer Ingelheim, Villiam Kovac, Head of Global Compliance Material Control, Roche Diagnostics.

Download the full agenda here for full details: http://www.wbresearch.com/logipharmaasia/agendadownload.aspx

Extending over 3 days of sessions, panels and interactive roundtables, the conference will allow heads of supply chain to:

Benchmark their Asian distribution strategies with supply chain heads from the top 20 pharma companies, responsible for driving regionalised and demand driven supply chains across the continent

Network with over 150+ leaders representing the whole life sciences value chain, including: Big Pharma, Biotechs, CRO Generics and Medical Device companies

Learn from over 10 keynote case studies and discussions on the changing role of the Asian supply chain in light of the move towards regionalisation and expansion into new markets

Delve deep into the challenges surrounding cold chain, risk and security, compliance and regulations and supplier development by attending programme streams solely dedicated to these topics.

Registration:

Book your place before July 26th to take advantage of one of the 15 tickets available at the early bird prices.

Pharma, Generics, Biotech, Medical Devices:

Main Conference Days: Pay only $1,299. Save $500.

Full Conference (main conference days + 2 masterclasses): Pay $1,999. Save $400

Solution Providers:

Pay only $2,599. Save $400

Register your place today at www.logipharmaasia.com 

LogiPharma Asia is the meeting place for life science supply chain heads responsible for growing and managing their company's supply chains across the continent.  LogiPharma Asia, the region's largest life sciences specific supply chain gathering will enable attendees to share best practice on creating regionalized supply chains across the continent, taking into account specific issues such as temperature control, supply chain security, regulatory compliance and supplier management.

The programme focuses on providing pharmaceutical companies with regionalised and demand-driven strategies that ensure their product reach their customers safely and on-time.

Adopting global and regionalised distribution networks to achieve both improved time to market and reduced cost across Asia is one of the hottest topics that will be discussed in the morning of day one. Stephan Gotthardt, Vice President, Global Supply Chain Management, Boehringer Ingelheim, Villiam Kovac, Head of Global Compliance Material Control, Roche Diagnostics, Ravi Mathur, Vice President, Global Supply Chain , Dr Reddy's Pharmaceuticals and Mark Millar, Managing Partner, M Power Associates will form an inspiring panel that will debate the steps companies should take to amend their regional distribution networks in Asia.

With margins becoming tighter and geographies to cover increasing, it is imperative that a functional distribution network is one that is not only as cost effective as possible but delivers products on demand with minimal delay.  What Asian-specific factors must be considered when devising a regionalised distribution network or incorporating Asia into your global supply chain?

As Asia generally becomes more important to global supply chains, are regional distribution strategies becoming harder or easier to implement? Understanding which specific markets will require specialised distribution strategies due to infrastructure, transport and regulatory issues. What immediate steps can be taken to dramatically reduce lead time across the region, and how can they best be implemented?

150+ Global and Regional Supply Chain Heads Under the Same Roof

150+ regional supply chain heads from the leading pharma, generics, biotech and medical devices companies will be gathering at LogiPharma Asia in Singapore. They will be  discussing and debating the issues they currently face and devising strategies for tackling the regional supply chain challenges posed by the Asian continent.

Over the last 6 months the organisers of LogiPharma Asia have worked closely with the Asian life sciences supply chain community to understand those challenges in-depth and discuss the solutions they are seeking to address them. It became clear during the 100+ interviews carried out with regional and global supply chain heads that manufacturers are looking at regionalisation not only as the answer to Asia's unique demands but also finding ways to capitalise on this change if they adapt their strategy in the right way.

As a result, the LogiPharma Asia programme reads like the who's who of the Asian life sciences supply chain community, featuring 35+ speakers, including Michael Tyler, Vice President Supply Chain, Consumer Healthcare,  APLAM, GlaxoSmithKline; Stephan Gotthardt, Global Supply Chain Management, Boehringer Ingelheim, Villiam Kovac, Head of Global Compliance Material Control, Roche Diagnostics.

Download the full agenda here for full details: http://www.wbresearch.com/logipharmaasia/agendadownload.aspx

Extending over 3 days of sessions, panels and interactive roundtables, the conference will allow heads of supply chain to:

Benchmark their Asian distribution strategies with supply chain heads from the top 20 pharma companies, responsible for driving regionalised and demand driven supply chains across the continent

Network with over 150+ leaders representing the whole life sciences value chain, including: Big Pharma, Biotechs, CRO Generics and Medical Device companies

Learn from over 10 keynote case studies and discussions on the changing role of the Asian supply chain in light of the move towards regionalisation and expansion into new markets

Delve deep into the challenges surrounding cold chain, risk and security, compliance and regulations and supplier development by attending programme streams solely dedicated to these topics.

Registration:

Book your place before July 26th to take advantage of one of the 15 tickets available at the early bird prices.

Pharma, Generics, Biotech, Medical Devices:

Main Conference Days: Pay only $1,299. Save $500.

Full Conference (main conference days + 2 masterclasses): Pay $1,999. Save $400

Solution Providers:

Pay only $2,599. Save $400

Register your place today at www.logipharmaasia.com