Global Logistics Show 2018

17-19 January 2019

Hitex, Hyderabad

Global Pharma Supply Chain Summit 2018

Pharma Supply Chain Summit 2019

Hitex Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad

18-19 January, 2019: Hitex, Hyderabad



  • Friday18/January/2019
  • Friday19/January/2019
0830

Registration & Coffee

0855

Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor

PHARMA SUPPLY CHAINS: OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES FOR INDIAN INDUSTRY
0900 – 0945

Macro-Economic Environment Overview: GST & Demonetization In Last 24 Months And Elections In 2019 – What Is The Impact On Indian Pharma Sector

0945 – 1015

The Profit Margins In Exports To Key Markets Are Witnessing A Major Squeeze How Is India Inc Preparing To Mitigate The Growth Risks.

1015 – 1045

China Is Strengthening Its Formulations Business After Having Built A Stronghold On API’s How Will That Impact India’s Pharma Exports.

1045 – 1100

Refreshment & Networking Break

1100 – 1130

Expanding the Supply Chain and Developing a Global Distribution Strategy to Capitalize on New Market Opportunities

1130 – 1200

How To Transform Your Global Supply Chain To Support Both Traditional B2B (Business To Distribution) And The Rise In B2P (Business To Patient)

1200 – 1230

How do your customers perceive how pharma companies supply their drug products – and what do you need to change?

1230 – 1315

Concurrent Planning – Removing Silos in the End-to-End Supply Chain Process

1315 - 1400

Networking & Lunch Break

NEW FRONTIERS IN DIGITALISATION AND END-TO-END PLANNING
1400 – 1430

How Redefining End To End Planning Increases Product Availability, Improves Stock Control And More Effectively Manages Risk Across The Supply Chain

1430 – 1500

Panel Discussion – How Can You Use Advanced Planning And Data Analytics To Make More Informed And Proactive Demand And Supply Planning Decisions?

1500 – 1515

How To Build A SC Control Tower To Bring Data From Numerous Sources Into A Data Lake And Achieve End-To-End Visibility

1515 – 1530

Digital Vs. Analog: How To Define A Unique, State Of-The-Art Security System For Your Specific Packaging And Supply Chain Challenges

1530 – 1545

How To Use The Power Of Predictive Analytics For Pharma Supply Chain Intelligence

1545 – 1600

How Supply Chain Can Unlock Competitive Advantage In Pharma Through The Adoption Of IoT Technologies

1600 – 1615

Networking Break

COUNTERFEITING & SERIALIZATION
1615 -1645

How Counterfeit Medicines Penetrate The Legitimate Supply Chain

1645 - 1715

Combating the Fake – Linking Serialization, Track and Trace and Spectral Fingerprinting

1715 -1745

Anti-Counterfeiting & Serialisation Packaging Techniques – Protecting Your Products

1745

Closing remarks and end of day 1

0830

Registration & Coffee

0855

Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor

OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN E2E PHARMA SUPPLY CHAINS
0900 – 0945

Operational Excellence in Pharma

0945 – 1015

Differentiating Yourself to Achieve Customer Centricity Through End-to-End Planning

1015 – 1045

Building a More Flexible and Agile Supply Chain to Better React to Changes

1045 – 1100

Refreshment & Networking Break

1100 – 1130

Expanding the Supply Chain and Developing a Global Distribution Strategy to Capitalize on New Market Opportunities

PRE-PHARMA SUPPLY CHAIN: RAW MATERIALS AND INGREDIENTS SUPPLY CHAIN
1100 – 1130

Inventory Management & Supply Chain – A Pharma-Centric View

1130 – 1200

Best-Practice in Demand Planning & Inventory Management To Reduce Stockholding & Availability Issues To Ensure You Meet Consumer Demands

1200 – 1230

Latest trends in Sourcing : Striving for Operational Excellence through SRM/E-procurement & Technology innovations

1230 – 1315

Panel Discussion – Challenges in implementing pull-based replenishment system

1315 - 1400

Networking & Lunch Break

MASTERING TEMPERATURE CONTROL & LOGISTICS
1400 – 1430

Big Data - The Art of the Possible: How Big Data Can Mitigate Risk for Temperature Controlled Logistics

1430 – 1500

E2E Cold Chain Logistics Transformation—How to begin, what are some key watch outs for success and should you partner or do it yourself?

1500 – 1530

How to implement a best practice system for transport and equipment risk assessment and validation to achieve GDP compliance throughout your entire network

1530 – 1600

PANEL DISCUSSION – Airfreight: How can you work with airlines, airports and suppliers to take advantage of the speed and convenience of airfreight, whilst remaining compliant with global temperature control requirements?

1600 – 1615

Networking Break

1615 -1645

How to choose the right temperature control equipment to ensure compliance with GDP regulatory guidelines

1645 - 1715

4PLs – How to Derive the Biggest Benefits from Your Relationship

1715 -1745

Pharma R&D as a critical way to grow

1745

Closing remarks and end of day 1