LogiPharma 2020

21 - 23 April, 2020

Nice Acropolis | Nice, France

Conference Day Two – Wednesday 22nd April 2020


8:00 am - 8:45 am Registration and welcome coffee

8:00 am - 8:45 am VIP Breakfast Briefing

8:00 am - 8:45 am Breakfast Briefing - How can you drive diversity, inclusion and the prominence of women in the pharma supply chain?

DRIVING INNOVATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS

8:45 am - 8:50 am Chairman’s Opening Address

8:50 am - 9:10 am KEYNOTE CASE STUDY – How has the implementation of self-driving and automated technologies simplified and improved one of the most complex supply chains in pharma?

  • Case study of the implementation of intelligent supply chain implementation at a world leading pharma company
  • How was the project conceptualized, pitched, implemented and managed in a way that assures lasting change?
  • What were the largest challenges when implementing the project and the lessons learnt from these?
  • What can producers learn and apply directly when looking to move into supply chain 4.0 delivery?
Philippe Reale, SVP Global Supply Chain at BAXTER

Philippe Reale

SVP Global Supply Chain
BAXTER

9:10 am - 9:45 am PANEL DISCUSSION - How can you catalyse innovation in your supply chain operations to ensure sustainability, collaboration and maximum impact?

  • What key activities are shown to catalyse innovation across the supply chain?
  • How can you capture this innovation and exploit it across the wider enterprise?
  • How can you best manage innovation in collaboration between both internal and external stakeholders? 
Roger Smith, VP Global Supply Operations & Customer Support at Pfizer

Roger Smith

VP Global Supply Operations & Customer Support
Pfizer

Sheena Behn, VP Global Supply Chain at AstraZeneca

Sheena Behn

VP Global Supply Chain
AstraZeneca

Ralf Heumann, CVP Global Supply Chain at Bayer

Ralf Heumann

CVP Global Supply Chain
Bayer

Jonathan Marshall, Partner Healthcare at PwC

Jonathan Marshall

Partner Healthcare
PwC

REIMAGINING STRATEGY FOR NEXT GEN THERAPIES

9:45 am - 10:25 am KEYNOTE CASE STUDY – How to boldly redesign your supply chain for Next Gen Therapies to deliver on the requirements of the industry’s product pipeline

  • What therapies are being introduced into the markets by this producer and how are they set to affect the end to end supply chain?
  • How is the producer developing their global supply chain in step with the requirements of these therapies?
  • What are the challenges and opportunities created by the transformation and how are these being approached?
  • What further opportunities does this present for improving patient experience?
Tamas Masztis, Snr Director Cell Therapy Supply Chain at Kite Pharma

Tamas Masztis

Snr Director Cell Therapy Supply Chain
Kite Pharma

Marleen Overbeeke, Director EU Planning at Kite Pharma

Marleen Overbeeke

Director EU Planning
Kite Pharma

10:25 am - 11:05 am PANEL DISCUSSION - Partnering for Personalised Medicine & Cell Gene Therapies: How can you create an operational paradigm shift to deliver on time and meet regulations?

  • What is the size of the opportunity presented by specialised medicines such as immunotherapies and cell gene therapies?
  • Why are traditional supply chain models ill-equipped to deal with the demands of near-future product portfolios?
  • What key regulatory considerations must be taken into account when looking at new novel therapies and how can producers work together and with regulators?
  • What integration and collaboration is required with key partners and service providers to drive the success of operations in this space?
Dieter Wegmann, VP Global Supply Chain at Roche

Dieter Wegmann

VP Global Supply Chain
Roche

Christophe Suizdak, Global Head of Supply Chain Life Sciences at GE Healthcare

Christophe Suizdak

Global Head of Supply Chain Life Sciences
GE Healthcare

Tamas Masztis, Snr Director Cell Therapy Supply Chain at Kite Pharma

Tamas Masztis

Snr Director Cell Therapy Supply Chain
Kite Pharma

11:05 am - 11:50 am Morning networking break

11:05 am - 11:50 am MASTERCLASS (50 mins) Softbox

11:05 am - 11:50 am MASTERCLASS (50 mins) Tracelink

11:05 am - 11:50 am INNOVATION ZONE

DRIVING END-TO-END STAKEHOLDER COMMUNICATION

11:50 am - 12:10 pm KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – What can you learn from FMCG to drive the digitalisation of your end to end supply chain

  • How were high-potential technologies were identified, piloted, evaluated and scaled up
  • How did this enable  profitable growth in the end to end supply chain
  • What are the key capabilities and competencies required for large scale supply chain transformation
Dirk Holbach, CSVP Supply Chain at Henkel

Dirk Holbach

CSVP Supply Chain
Henkel

12:10 pm - 12:30 pm CASE STUDY - How to Initiate and Implement Integrated Business Planning to release your true business potential: Lessons learned from Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies UK (FDBK)

  • How FDBK made the decision to do IBP
  • How to engage your Site Leadership team
  • Balancing day to day business whilst implementing IBP
  • Understanding the importance of communication
  • Planning your journey to design the 'right' IBP process
  • FDBK's decision to follow the Oliver Wight Proven Path
Gary Connors, Associate at Oliver Wight

Gary Connors

Associate
Oliver Wight

Graham Box, Director of Strategic Projects at Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies UK

Graham Box

Director of Strategic Projects
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies UK

12:30 pm - 1:10 pm PANEL DISCUSSION – How has the move from independent regional supply chains to a global operation helped drive scale and flexibility in pharma?

Reserved for Deloitte and 3 major pharma producers

1:10 pm - 2:20 pm Morning networking break

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm MASTERCLASS (50 mins) Va-Q-Tec

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm MASTERCLASS (50 mins) PwC

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm INNOVATION ZONE

TRACKS

TRACK A- Advancing Pharma Supply Chain Strategy & Planning

2:20 pm - 2:30 pm Chairman’s opening address

TRACK A- Advancing Pharma Supply Chain Strategy & Planning

2:30 pm - 3:10 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE – How to ensure best practice network design and partner management to de-risk your end to end supply chain operations
Producers separated into tables company sizes:
  • > 1000 employees
  • 100-1000 employees
  • < 100 employees
Roeland Vandebrouck, Snr Director Head of External Supply Operations at Grünenthal

Roeland Vandebrouck

Snr Director Head of External Supply Operations
Grünenthal

TRACK A- Advancing Pharma Supply Chain Strategy & Planning

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE - What common pitfalls exist in the scale up from clinical trials to commercial scale supply chain and how can you avoid them?
Producers separated into tables company sizes:
  • >1000 employees
  • 100-1000 employees
  • <100 employees
Eduardo Da Fonseca, VP Global Supply Chain at Bioeq

Eduardo Da Fonseca

VP Global Supply Chain
Bioeq

TRACK B- Driving Digitalised, Data-Driven Supply Chains

2:20 pm - 2:30 pm Chairman’s opening address

TRACK B- Driving Digitalised, Data-Driven Supply Chains

2:30 pm - 2:50 pm CASE STUDY - How has digital twin technology been successfully implemented in the supply chain of other industries and what can pharma learn?
Simeon Nachev, Global Head of Sales and Operations Planning at Lenzing

Simeon Nachev

Global Head of Sales and Operations Planning
Lenzing

TRACK B- Driving Digitalised, Data-Driven Supply Chains

2:50 pm - 3:10 pm CASE STUDY: Going beyond visibility- How to identify the best data sources and use the right analysis to drive actionable insight across your supply chain

TRACK B- Driving Digitalised, Data-Driven Supply Chains

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT – 3 x 10 minute showcases 5 minute Q&A and wrap-up
  • Artificial intelligence/machine learning
  • Blockchain implementation at scale
  • Advanced and predictive data analytics
  • Data mining for process improvement
  • Developing strong and agile IT teams

TRACK C- Mastering Temperature Control & Logistics

2:20 pm - 2:30 pm Chairman’s opening address

TRACK C- Mastering Temperature Control & Logistics

2:30 pm - 2:50 pm CASE STUDY- How to work with your key stakeholders (shippers, packaging, forwarders, data loggers) to drive quality and improve customer service

TRACK C- Mastering Temperature Control & Logistics

2:50 pm - 3:10 pm CASE STUDY – How are the latest temperature monitoring technologies driving logistics quality

TRACK C- Mastering Temperature Control & Logistics

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT – 3 x 10 minute showcases 5 minute Q&A and wrap-up
  • Smart labels
  • Advanced packaging solutions
  • Real time temp monitoring
  • Live tracking and real time data feeds
  • Transport management systems
  • Lane risk assessment
  • Logistics partner selection and management
  • Developments in airfreight
Simon Dössegger, CEO at Modum

Simon Dössegger

CEO
Modum

TRACK D- Ensuring Security, Distribution Excellence & Global Market Access

2:20 pm - 2:30 pm Chairman’s opening address
Emre Gollu, Senior Supply Chain Manager at UCB Pharma

Emre Gollu

Senior Supply Chain Manager
UCB Pharma

TRACK D- Ensuring Security, Distribution Excellence & Global Market Access

2:30 pm - 3:10 pm PANEL DISCUSSION – Emerging Markets: How can you advance your distribution activities to ensure improved customer service, quality and security in developing geos?
Mirko Senatore, Global Supply Chain Lead, European Distributor Markets at Pfizer

Mirko Senatore

Global Supply Chain Lead, European Distributor Markets
Pfizer

Willem-Jan Beerthuis

Senior Logistics International Markets Director
TEVA Pharmaceuticals Europe BV

Emre Gollu, Senior Supply Chain Manager at UCB Pharma

Emre Gollu

Senior Supply Chain Manager
UCB Pharma

Edouard Esmieu, BeNeLux Middle East Africa Demand Leader at Zoetis

Edouard Esmieu

BeNeLux Middle East Africa Demand Leader
Zoetis

TRACK D- Ensuring Security, Distribution Excellence & Global Market Access

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm GEO COLLABORATIVE WORKING GROUP – Emerging markets distribution deep dive: What are the specific challenges and opportunities faced in certain geos?
Emre Gollu, Senior Supply Chain Manager at UCB Pharma

Emre Gollu

Senior Supply Chain Manager
UCB Pharma

Anna Dikotter, Director Third Party Management at Santen

Anna Dikotter

Director Third Party Management
Santen

Mirko Senatore, Global Supply Chain Lead, European Distributor Markets at Pfizer

Mirko Senatore

Global Supply Chain Lead, European Distributor Markets
Pfizer

TRACK E- Interactive Workshops (30 max – by sign up)

2:20 pm - 3:50 pm PARTNER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP - How can you accurately assess maturity models, minimise quality oversights and implement lead logistics providers to unlock greater logistics capabilities
Robert Jan Van den Bos, Director Global Supply Chain Strategic Initiatives at Amgen

Robert Jan Van den Bos

Director Global Supply Chain Strategic Initiatives
Amgen

Janusz Mielewczyk, Snr Manager International Distribution Quality at Amgen

Janusz Mielewczyk

Snr Manager International Distribution Quality
Amgen

TRACK F Synergy Workshops (30 max – by invitation)

2:20 pm - 3:20 pm MASTERCLASS – IBP: How to get your management and internal stakeholders to commit to your programme
While we often talk about the transformation process that an organisation will go through when they have made the commitment to implement Integrated Business Planning, we do not reference the work that it takes to get to that point.  There is a wealth of wisdom out there about what Integrated Business Planning is; why you should be doing it; what benefits you should expect to be getting from it when you implement it; very little light has been shed onto the shady process of getting to that point.  In our workshop you will discover how different organisation approach this and you will have heard from our Client Speaker from FujiFilm Diosynth Biologics.  We will take you through the steps you need to be considering as you approach the point of commitment.  Failing to invest time in this phase of your project will lead to problems later on or even worse; a failure to launch a project at all.

Steve Rowntree and I; along with the Oliver Wight commercial folks;  are looking forward to meeting you at this event and to help you get over the inertia that prevents many projects from even getting to the point of commitment.
Gary Connors, Associate at Oliver Wight

Gary Connors

Associate
Oliver Wight

Steve Rowntree, Partner at Oliver Wight

Steve Rowntree

Partner
Oliver Wight

TRACK G Supply Chain Symposiums (20 max – invitation only)

2:20 pm - 3:10 pm SUPPLY CHAIN SYMPOSIUM - Which key data sets best help in the identification of temperature excursions and what is required to obtain this data?

TRACK G Supply Chain Symposiums (20 max – invitation only)

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm SUPPLY CHAIN SYMPOSIUM - How are key stakeholders in temperature controlled logistics shifting ownership and developing 'as a service' models in order to drive lean operations?

3:50 pm - 4:30 pm Afternoon networking break

3:50 pm - 4:30 pm MASTERCLASS (50 mins) Deloitte

3:50 pm - 4:30 pm MASTERCLASS - Blockchain – How can the industry collaborate effectively to develop blockchain solutions that tackle reproducibility, data sharing, traceability and privacy challenges

3:50 pm - 4:30 pm INNOVATION ZONE

Group 2

TRACK A - Advancing Pharma Supply Chain Strategy & Planning

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE - How to de-silo your organisation to streamline your supply chain transformations and create new revenue generating opportunities
Frederic Picano, Snr Director Supply Chain EMEA at bioMerieux

Frederic Picano

Snr Director Supply Chain EMEA
bioMerieux

TRACK B - Driving Digitalised, Data Driven Supply Chains

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm PANEL DISCUSSION –What use cases of artificial intelligence/machine learning exist at scale and how can you assess the ROI of these technologies for your supply chain?
Arie Moruanx, Snr Director Global Planning Excellence at J&J

Arie Moruanx

Snr Director Global Planning Excellence
J&J

Andreu Torregrosa, Global Head of Supply Chain Digital Transformation at Genentech

Andreu Torregrosa

Global Head of Supply Chain Digital Transformation
Genentech

Bill Dubois

Director
Kinaxis

TRACK C - Mastering Temperature Control & Logistics

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm PANEL DISCUSSION - Driving cold chain collaboration and hubs: How are conglomerates of key stakeholders coming together to offer
Amelia Benci, Director Distribution and Logistics Quality at MSD

Amelia Benci

Director Distribution and Logistics Quality
MSD

Jonathan Botteselle, Global Category Manager at Roche

Jonathan Botteselle

Global Category Manager
Roche

TRACK D - Ensuring Security, Distribution Excellence & Global Market Access

4:30 pm - 4:50 pm CASE STUDY - How to develop strategies to drive high quality GDP compliant distribution activities in pharma whilst minimising costs

TRACK D - Ensuring Security, Distribution Excellence & Global Market Access

4:50 pm - 5:10 pm CASE STUDY - How to develop agile and reactive demand and supply relationships with customers
Piero Sciotto, Head of Speciality Commercial Channels at Sandoz

Piero Sciotto

Head of Speciality Commercial Channels
Sandoz

TRACK E - Interactive Workshops (30 max – by sign up)

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm FMCG Planning Workshop: What can you learn from fast moving consumer goods in the driving of best in class lead time management, reliable forecasting and lowering inventories?
Christian Haupt, Director Global Technology at Staedler

Christian Haupt

Director Global Technology
Staedler

TRACK F Synergy Workshops (30 max – by invitation

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm How to develop consortium driven AI based tools to drive security of end to end pharma supply chain operations
Thomas Franke, Head of Research Project s4pt at German Ministry of Research

Thomas Franke

Head of Research Project s4pt
German Ministry of Research

TRACK G Supply Chain Symposiums (20 max – invitation only)

4:30 pm - 5:10 pm SUPPLY CHAIN SYMPOSIUM - How to successfully consolidate multiple ERP systems and de-fragment the complex IT landscape in pharma supply

NEW FRONTIERS IN CUSTOMER-CENTRICITY

5:10 pm - 5:15 pm Transition Time

  • What opportunities exist for improving the experience of the patient as a result of communication and transparency between producers and the final node in the supply chain?
  • What additional improvements in planning and efficiency can be derived from improving communication?
  • How large is the ‘shortage’ issue in pharmacies and hospitals and why do these shortages come about?
  • What collaborative efforts can be made to significantly reduce the risk of shortages and what is required in order to deliver them? 
David Ruiz, Global Demand and Customer Integration Lead at MSD

David Ruiz

Global Demand and Customer Integration Lead
MSD

Kerry Halferty Hardy, Fellow, HITLAB & Former Chief Development Officer at American Hospital of Paris

Kerry Halferty Hardy

Fellow, HITLAB & Former Chief Development Officer
American Hospital of Paris

Sarunas Narbutas, Chairman at Youth Cancer Europe

Sarunas Narbutas

Chairman
Youth Cancer Europe

Tjalling Van der Schors, Chief Pharmacist at Westfreis Hospital

Tjalling Van der Schors

Chief Pharmacist
Westfreis Hospital

Maya Zlatanova, Chief Executive Officer at Find Me Cure

Maya Zlatanova

Chief Executive Officer
Find Me Cure

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Networking Reception