3rd Annual Pharma Supply-Chain & Security World 2020

Pharmacology & Pharmaceuticals

Address: Holiday Inn London , Kensington High St. Wrights Ln, Kensington, London W8 5SP, United Kingdom
Date: 01 to 02 Apr '20
Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
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The Annual Pharma Supply  Chain and Security World Summit is back in London for the 3rd time, and this time with more focus on optimizing your supply chain challenges to ensure an agile, responsive, streamlined and secured supply chain. Pharmaceutical companies have to resist the challenges looming from supply chain security lapses to avoid infiltration of counterfeit, diverted, and adulterated drugs entering into the supply chain. Apart from having an end to end visibility and traceability within the supply chain, an effective serialization programs will be a key differentiator and will be a competitive advantage for the pharmaceutical companies. Drug counterfeiting which is not only a global public health risk, but also harm the quality of the product, the integrity of the brand, the economy and even national security. Revenues from the pharma and bio-pharma counterfeit market is estimated to be more than $200 billion. Aligning your anti-counterfeiting strategy with the corporate supply chain strategy should plot a roadmap for implementing anti-counterfeiting measures.
Both industry and governments across the world recognising the importance of implementing product serialization, it becomes obligatory for all entities within the supply chain to comply with federal or state legislations pertaining to the locations in which they operate
Initiatives focusing on supply chain monitoring, such as mass serialisation, track and trace or hologram tagging, had mixed outcomes, as counterfeiters are agile and have found ways to bypass the steps quickly. Pharmaceutical companies and regulators are still developing techniques to stop them by creating intelligence led brand protection strategy. This also reveals numerous gaps in the governmental and industry efforts to safeguard global pharmaceutical and bio-tech supplies.
Corvus Global Events invites you to Pharma Supply  Chain & Security World 2020 - Supply-chain, Drug Serialization And Anti-Counterfeiting conference, which will have Pharma industry experts sharing various challenges faced, new strategies, case studies and use of innovative ideas, the conference will also offer opportunities to encourage partnerships and collaborations. In this conference you’ll not only discover innovative technologies, transformation strategies and collaboration methods, but how best to implement them to optimise your supply chain processes and strategies for drug anti-counterfeiting.
It gives us a great pleasure to welcoming you to the 3rd Annual Pharma Supply Chain & Security World 2020.

Key Themes & Topics

· Streamlining your supply chain · End to End supply chain · Designing an optimal supply chain network · Developing a sustainable Serialization strategy · Integration of track & trace solutions in production and supply chain · Smart Packaging, Labelling, Artwork, Warehouse & Logistics · Serialization Data and Analytics driven approach to increase supply chain agility · Adoption of Blockchain in pharma supply chain · Brand Protection & Securing supply chain integrity · Global enterprise level solutions for anti-counterfeiting · Tackling pharmaceutical crime - initiatives at multinational, EU and national level · IP and regulatory enforcement · Synchrony of the Pharma Industry and professional bodies against counterfeiting · Understanding and meeting the needs of DSCSA, EU FMD and other global regulations · Strategies for public awareness and patient protection · Best practices to protect your brand · The role of the Internet in aiding the counterfeiters – How to overcome the situation? · Effective Authentication Technologies · Best selection of tamper-evident features · Developing a RMP for your supply chain to protect your Brand, Product and Patient Safety · The need to understand and adopt new technologies like IoT, Analytics, Blockchain, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence · Case study: How companies are structuring their counterfeiting efforts and departments?

Who Should Attend

Attendees include GMs, VPs, Directors, Heads and Managers of: • Pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors • Supply Chain management companies • Healthcare professionals • Pharmacists • Serialization, Track and Trace solution providers • Brand protection, enforcement, security, integrity and management companies • Healthcare research organizations • Pharmaceutical industry professional associations • Anti-counterfeiting organizations • Packaging & labelling companies • Authentication technology suppliers • Contract manufacturing organization (CMO) • IT service providers • Intellectual Property, investigators and Trademark council • Drug regulatory agencies and customs


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Ayse Baker

Head of Regulatory Affairs -

Chugai Pharma USA (A Member of Roche Group)

Banaz Jalil

Specialist Pharmacist -

Kurdistan Regional Government

Borys Danevych

Founder and Partner


Daniel Fritz

Domain Architect Supply Chain and External Supply -


Elham Moradpour

Head of Supply Chain and Distribution Management -

Roche Pars

Fred Jordan

Fred Jordan CEO - AlpVision

Galit Meyran

Serialization Global Program Manager -

Teva Pharmaceuticals

Grant Courtney

Manager - Falsified Medicines Directive Project


Gregg A. Gorniak

US Serialisation Market Lead, Pharma Supply Chain -


Jacqueline Klaiss Brons

Senior Management Consultant -

GS1 Switzerland

Jeffery Moore

Global Head of Cyber Security -

Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research

Kelly Boyer

General Manager, Film Coatings -

Colorcon Inc

Madeleine Ault

Consultant (Former MHRA) -


Michael J. Ruck

Former Global Lead JJT and Senior Director Technology Services

Johnson & Johnson

Mike Isles

Executive Director

The European Alliance for Access to Safe Medicines

Murilo Carani Coube

Senior Supply Chain Operations - MSD

Patrik Merckell

External Business Process Analyst and Project Manager -


Philip Maurer

Customer Engineering Manager - Healthcare & Government


Ramzi Othman

Ramzi OTHMAN Anti-Counterfeit and Security Manager -


Scott Huffman

Associate Director Global Quality, Analytical Science & Technology -

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Steven Ustel

Anti-Piracy and Brand Protection Professional -

Ustels Ltd

Sultan Aziz

Senior Director, Product Supply Strategy Management -

Johnson & Johnson

Susan Griggs

Security Advisor - Eli Lilly and Company

Thorsten Neumann

President & CEO

Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA)

Tom Cochrane

ex Head of Security Operations - Mundipharma



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