Navigate the Latin & Central American Markets and follow GDP guidelines to ensure compliance, quality assurance, safety and security
Following a well received second event, IQPC is proud to present the 3rd Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Summit, taking place in Mexico City! The 3rd Annual Summit will address how supply chain, logistics, compliance, QA/QC, and packaging professionals in Latin & Central America can enhance temperature control practices that are in-line with international industry standards, while remaining compliant with local and regional regulations. The region is full of unique country-by-country regulatory, distribution, infrastructure and transportation challenges. We have organized a high-level program that is ready to tackle these issues and many others. Download the latest brochure to learn more about this must-attend event.
You asked, we listened.
We value your feedback about our conference locations, and despite two highly successful conferences in Panama, we recognized that Mexico is a leading life sciences country, home to more than 200 pharmaceutical manufacturers. Mexico's pharmaceutical market was valued at $13.1 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach $25.6 billion by 2016, according to IMS Health Mexico. Generics represent 70% of volume but only 13.5% of the value of the sales, while Mexican government hospitals buy 80% of the generics produced in the country. In 2013 Mexico imported pharmaceuticals worth $4.98 billion and exported $1.8 billion dollars. These are just some of the many reasons we're moving this year's event to Mexico City.
New For 2015:
- Industry Update: Current State of Affairs for GDP Compliance in Latin America
- Spotlight on Mexico: Sustainability and Compliance with the Latest GDP Requirements
- Securing the In-Transit Pharmaceutical Supply Chain and Reducing Counterfeit Goods
- Warehouse Security Programs: Identifying the Gaps in your Existing Plan
- Cost Effective Solutions for the Latest Packaging available for CRT Products
- Defining Time and Temperature Controlled Product Management Procedures
- Improving Supply Chain Operations in Brazil: Infrastructure and Cost Issues
- Internal and External Partners: Setting up Quality Agreements and Guidelines for GDP
- Improving Last Mile Visibility: Partners to Ensure Communication and Timely Delivery
- End to End Supply Chain Security: Improve Your Organization's Procedures
- Shipping Lane Qualifications, Loss Prevention and Distribution Risk Management
- Please view the brochure to learn about our agenda