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Temperature Controlled Logistics

  • 22/05/2019 - 24/05/2019
  • Frankfurt, Germany

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Prestigious speakers

Key Topics

IATA perspective on TCL air cargo

Tackling emerging regulations on drone delivery

Temperature-sensitive challenges in last mile distribution

Painless implementation of FMD regulations in global supply chain

A global approach to temperature excursion handling

Discover the potential of complex data loggers of the future

Innovations to enhance effective and compliant warehousing

Efficient management of 3PL & 4PL logistics

Special Features

Air cargo Focus day

FMCG inspirational Keynote:

On-demand delivery & building direct distribution channels to the end consumer

Regulators Kick-off:

Future regulations initiative for digitally-driven supply chain

Customer perspective:

Enhancement of patient experience with excellent compliance

Kick-off presentation:

How to make an organization ready for new innovative solutions


The essential of efficient cooperation with air carries & Pharma supply chain risk management IT-platform


Key takeaway

Find out the contemporary challenges in pharma air logistics

Gain understand of GDP regulatory expectations

The broader perspective of serialization - from manufacturer to patient

Exploring the role of stability data in excursions handling

Learn how to get reliable data from shipments

Exploring the potential usage of blockchain and distributed ledger technology

Get tools on integrated GPS practice

Visibility and transparency as an excellent opportunity for a great ROI


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