Mastering The Art, Science and Operational Logistics of Cold Chain Packaging
The common error that pharma companies make when it comes to cold chain is to believe the myth that simply having more packaging and lower temperatures gets the job done. Here at CCGF this year, we deep dive into the concept of packaging, ensuring that not only cover the basics of cold chain packaging, but explain the how science, engineering and implications of how packaging is evolving today, particularly in regard to biologic supply chains, and evolving temperature range requirements.
In fact, if establishing your cold chain packaging strategy and obtaining practical insights for engineering, operational and technological aspects of packaging are your top priorities, you won’t want to miss these sessions in Boston this year:
- Biologics Keynote: Overcoming the Greatest Supply Chain Challenges in the Transit of Cell and Gene Therapy Products
- Plenary Session: Industry Collaboration to Enhance Sustainable Packaging Solutions: Updates on the Return & Reuse Best Practice Guidance
- Packaging Track Session: Reusable and Recyclable Packaging
- Packaging Track Session: Increasing Speed and Accuracy in Packaging: Rise in Use of Contract Packaging Companies
- Packaging Track Session: Track and Trace & Anti- Counterfeiting Measures
- Packaging Track Session: Packaging Implications of the Increased Focus on Personalized Care
- Interactive Discussion Groups: Technological Innovation in Temperature Controlled Logistics, Creative Solutions to Cost Effectively Manage the Transportation of Ambient Products, Achieving Sustainability and Environment Packaging Designs in Temperature Controlled Packaging
Interested in learning more? Email us to request the Packaging Mini Agenda sent to your inbox.
If you were interested in the Packaging Mini Agenda, check out the other CCGF Mini Agendas below:
- Early Maturity Mini Agenda
- Mid Maturity Mini Agenda
- Advanced Maturity Mini Agenda
- End-to-End Temp Controlled Mini Agenda
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