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[post_date] => 2019-09-22 09:15:06
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[post_content] => After great successes in previous years, Clinical Trial Supply East Coast will be returning to King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. The show will open its doors to the leading minds and industry influencers in pharmaceutical supplies on 16 and 17 October at the Valley Forge Casino Resort Hotel. Attendees will join pharma and biotech experts and take part in essential discussions surrounding new trends and opportunities. This is one of the prime opportunities to learn how clinical trial supply chains can be optimised from the best in the sector, enabling businesses to keep ahead in a rapidly changing environment.
Clinical Trial Supply East Coast is one of the biggest shows in the US for pharma logistics and a huge number of key decision makers will be in attendance. There will be more than 35 exhibitors, nearly 50 expert speakers and 75 per cent of all attendees are directors or higher in their respective businesses. This is an unrivalled opportunity for a huge variety of businesses to source the best solution providers to partner with, allowing acceleration across trial timelines and innovative developments.
STRENGTHEN THE CHAIN
Pharma companies large and small will be rubbing shoulders with biotech businesses and embracing the opportunity to discuss, debate and consider new technologies and processes designed to streamline supply chain operations.
Spread over two days, the show is set to cover all bases for those who handle pharma logistics. Topics will include discussions on the future of digitisation and how to prepare for clinical trial logistics in locations such as China and Canada. Keeping clinical trial patients the key focus of studies and catering to their needs will be a big conversation, with dedicated talks on the topic alongside the importance of shipping integrity for swift movements through customs.
Of course, no clinical trial supply discussion would be complete without a focus on security and timeliness. The variables that are faced when dealing with the clinical trial sector can be intimidating, but they are manageable. Expert speakers will hone in on the specifics of permit timelines, options when regarding temperature ranges, active/passive pros and cons, new technology becoming integrated with existing solutions and the technicalities of personalised medicines.
The main floor will host exhibitors and plenty of networking spaces, including coffee stations and buffets, while the expert-led presentations take place across the show. Exhibitors at this year’s event will include top-tier names such as PCI Clinical Services, Pelican Biothermal, Biocair and Sharp Clinical alongside many others.
A couple of new formats have been added for 2019 after the success of the 2018 event. These new formats include think tank sessions and open forum discussions spread across the programme to provide attendees with the opportunity to engage directly with the speaking faculty.
As multiple solution providers exhibit their solutions and co-presenting alongside sponsor companies this meeting promises to showcase best practices and techniques which are translatable into practice. For more information on the conference and exhibiting, email Hannah Toms (firstname.lastname@example.org) and download the full agenda from the website. It promises to be an unmissable event for those seeking to take advantage of North American expertise.
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King of Prussia, Pennsylvania plays host this month to one of the most important events for those in the clinical supply trials business in the US