Moving Pharma Forward Shanghai

September 17, 11:00 - June 17, 16:00
The Middle House, 366 Shi Men Yi Road, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China

Moving Pharma Forward, Shanghai, is the number one meeting place to discuss and share experiences of the rapidly changing conditions for temperature-controlled pharmaceutical logistics. Join us for an exclusive one-day event.

Envirotainer hosts Moving Pharma Forward events across the globe where we bring stakeholders together to improve and generate new ideas of how to solve complex challenges. At the event in Shanghai, we will focus on the local market to identify how we can better meet the needs of the pharmaceutical companies that operate here.

At this exclusive event, you will get the opportunity to listen to experts as well as sharing your own experiences and insights with industry colleagues. We will present our learnings from shipping temperature-sensitive products worldwide for the past 30 years, as well as our thoughts on the future of temperature-controlled air freight.

We will also run a number of workshops to explore the risks when shipping cold chain products and what factors need to be considered when determining the total cost of shipping temperature-sensitive products.

Moving Pharma Forward, Shanghai, will give you insights and a better understanding of the changing regulatory landscape and how we can jointly mitigate some of the challenges that exist when transporting pharmaceuticals that require temperature control.

If you are a cold chain professional in the areas of quality management, regulatory or procurement in a pharmaceutical company, or a forwarder or airline cold chain expert, you should not miss this opportunity. Welcome!

Contact

Jeff Su
Strategic Account Manager
jeff.su@envirotainer.com

Doris Zhai
Strategic Account Manager
doris.zhai@envirotainer.com

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