Through its inherent traceability and immutability, the Blockchain holds significant promise to advance the digital strength of medicine supply. However, experts have asserted that despite recent developments, pharmaceutical supply chains are still far from reaching their full technological potential.
In this white paper, we explore:
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 bring together leading pharma and biotech CEOs, VPs, and Directors of Supply Chain, Quality Management, Logistics, Packaging and Transportation to discuss industry pain points including:
Are you a vendor or solution provider in the space? We offer customized sponsorship/exhibition packages to help you get your products/solutions in front of qualified buyers.
Download the agenda to see what's in store for you and how you can get involved.
There is a lot happening in Canada when it comes to temperature controlled pharmaceutical supply chain and logistics. From evolving regulations; to drug shortages; to new, technological advancements, the industry is poised for significant disruption and growth.
With this in mind, we asked our audience, "what are your top strategic priorities going into 2020?".
Download our latest infographic to find out what they told us and gain an overview of:
For information on getting your solutions in front of this audience, or for questions regarding sponsoring and exhibiting, please email us at email@example.com.