Creating End-to-End Supply Chain Synergy

15 - 17 June, 2020 | Toronto, ON


View your Event Guide - 18th CCGF Canada

View your Event Guide - 18th CCGF Canada

The 18th Cold Chain Global Forum Canada is returning to Toronto, June 15 - 17, 2020. Join us for the largest life science supply chain event of its kind, focusing specifically on the temperature controlled logistics challenges and opportunities in the Canadian market.

This event will address industry pain points including:

  • Overcoming regulatory challenges
  • Maintaining temperature controlled products
  • Revalidating and rethinking transportation strategies
  • Digitizing the supply chain
  • Achieving end-to-end traceability and visibility
  • Facing everyday disruptors with agility and innovation

We’ll take an end-to-end supply chain approach with added content addressing the last mile.

Early Confirmed Speakers Include:

  • Anthony Lostracco, Acting Manager GMP HQI, Health Canada 
  • Farzana Saadat, Senior Regulatory C&E Advisor, Health Canada 
  • Tonino Antonetti, Executive Director Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management, Safety & Health and Environment, Roche Diagnostic Canada 
  • Geoffrey Glauser, Senior Consultant Supply Chain, HHS/ASPR/BARDA 
  • Flora Nanda, Senior Manager, Blockchain, Pfize

Download the agenda at a glance to get a sneak peak of everything you need to overcome your packaging and logistics challenges while ensuring quality, compliance and secure supply chains.


Past Attendee Snapshot: Find Out Who Attended in 2019!

Past Attendee Snapshot: Find Out Who Attended in 2019!

Interested in attending the 2020 Cold Chain Global Forum Canada? Don't forget to do your due diligence first! Download our past attendee snapshot to get a preview of who you can expect to meet and learn from this year! Top job titles include VPs, Directors and Heads of:

  • Cold Chain
  • Temperature Control Supply Chain
  • Distribution
  • Transportation 
  • QA / QC
  • Packaging
The Ramifications of Blockchain, AI, Drones and other Emerging Technologies

The Ramifications of Blockchain, AI, Drones and other Emerging Technologies

  • With new and emerging technologies how will or can this change the way we qualify routes and or validate shippers?
  • Do we foresee how regulations may change as new and emerging technologies are implemented throughout or supply chains?
  • How can new and enhanced temperature data monitors better serve manufacturer-to-patient supply chain controls?
  • How is drone technology best used in different regions?

Presentation by Nedal Ismail, Professor and Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Commerce, Supply Chain Management &Management Studies, The Business School, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Cold Chain 2020: The Top Trends Shaping the Year Ahead

Cold Chain 2020: The Top Trends Shaping the Year Ahead

From the proliferation of IoT to the rise of artificial intelligence, 2020 is poised to be a BIG year for the pharmaceutical supply chain both within Canada and beyond. We invite you to read our latest report on the top temperature-controlled pharmaceutical logistics trends and what they mean for you. Plus! See results from our 2019 attendee survey to see how you compare to your peers when it comes to supply chain maturity, strategic priorities & budgets. 

A guidebook for the year ahead, DOWNLOAD to read the latest facts, figures & expert insights related to:

  • 2020 Industry Stats
  • Global Regulatory Updates: new DSCSA deadlines, Pilot Program highlights & global regulatory reform 
  • Blockchain in Brief: an overview of emerging blockchain applications and how they're maximizing cold chain security as well as efficiency 
  • Real-Time Tracking & Analytics: embracing visibility, accountability & data-driven decision making
  • New Avenues of Cost Control: using cutting-edge technology such as AI and machine learning to identify and exploit untapped savings throughout the pharma supply chain
  • Last Mile Delivery 4.0: exploring the temperature-controlled controlled supply chain in the age of drones, autonomous vehicles and customer-centricity