Two-day pharmaceutical event comes to Baltimore

May 25, 2012 by  

The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering is hosting a two-day convention in Baltimore where people with a knack for designing, understanding, and implementing value chains will be assembled.

The Designing, Implementing & Maintaining Pharmaceutical Supply Networks conference will be held in downtown Baltimore at Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel from June 6 – 7.

The goal of the conference is to offer a setting for business and supervisors to directly address and discuss real-life trials surfacing from globalization and to come up with solutions to solve these matters.

Influential industry leaders Peter Bigelow, Erin Mullen, and Ron Guido will open with a collaborative general assembly addressing chief supply network problems. Following this, delegates will break into two separate tracks, after which they will reconvene for a number of panel discussions and cross-track meetings continuing during the course of the event.

The two track groups are Designing and Establishing Supply Networks and Maintaining and Optimizing Supply Networks.

To put it in a capsule, the global environment of business has created the need for global supply chains which involve transforming raw materials, natural resources, and parts into a complete product that is shipped and delivered to the customer anywhere in the world.

In the pharmaceutical industry, printing companies play an important role in this process as they supply labels, legal disclaimers, and side effect descriptions to pharmaceutical companies.

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace is located at 202 E. Pratt St. The conference starts on Wednesday, June 6 at 7:30 am and ends the following day at 5:00 pm. Pre-registration is required and can be done online at