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6th BSMA Annual Executive Summit to Address the Supply Chain Challenges and Solutions of Biopharma
Date:8/30/2013

ner – defined the kit and done the data dance to share addresses for deliveries, How do we manage this relationship? How do we keep our customers – internal and external happy? How do we ensure the ‘bang-for-the-buck’?
Meserve Platt, Associate Director Materials / Facilities, Crescendo Bioscience

Case Study: “Drum, Buffer, Rope”
Using a pull based inventory replenishment model for variable process environments where Push/MRP does not easily fit.
Mike Crowell, Director Supply Chain, Verinata Health (Illumina)

Case Study: “Rightsizing Your Client’s Kit Inventory”
Demonstration of tools that can help diagnostic companies ensure that their clients sites have the right amount of sample kits ready for use at the right time.
Arbi Harootoonian, Vice President, Business Development at Therapak Corporation

PANEL: “Temperature-Controlled and Cold Chain Supply Chain: Proven Technologies and Practices for Compliance”
Deployment of the emerging temperature-controlled logistics and cold chain technology, manifesting from end-to-end of the supply chain, requires packaging engineering standards, business processes, information systems and monitoring mechanisms. The stakeholders will discuss the pitfalls and present a blueprint for the manufacturing, logistics and distribution of temperature-sensitive materials and finished products globally.
Moderator: Douglas Wettergren, Regional Sales Manager, Envirotainer
Panelists: Sophia Sharp Donaldson, Baxter Bioscience
Gary Hutchinson, CEO, Modality Solutions
Others: TBA

About BSMA
Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA), which organizes the Conference, was born of the need to create a worldwide community of operations and supply chain management leaders and professionals in the biotech, biopharma and medical diagnostics testing industries. The Alliance provides a forum for collaboration, learning and best practice sharing of pract
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