Day 1 - Wednesday, 13 November

08:30 - 09:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Continental Breakfast

refreshments catered

09:00 - 09:45

Movilitas: Who We Are

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Mr. Ross young

ceo, Movilitas

09:45-10:30

SAP In The World Of Track & Trace

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Mr. Thiam Hwa, Lim

SAP

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

Laptop & Coffee

refreshments catered

11:00 - 11:45

Pharmaceutical Track & Trace: Ministry of Health Perspective

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Mr. Mohd Azuwan Bin Mohd Zubir

Ministry of Health

11:45 - 12:30

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Of Setting Up A Serialisation Programme

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mr. Steve Holden

Recipharm

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch

Mini Hamburgers

refreshments catered

13:30 - 14:15

Challenges and Best Practices of Real-Life Serialization

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mr. Volker Ditscher

wipotec-ocs

14:15 - 15:00

Global Track & Trace For Manufacturer, Wholesaler & Hospital Pharmacy Chain: How Did We Do It?

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ms. Magdalena Wohlfarth

B. Braun

15:00 - 15:30

Coffee Break

Laptop & Coffee

refreshments catered

15:30 - 16:15

Global Regulations – The Wrestling With Data Integrity, System Integrations and Reporting

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mr. Björn Adams

I2b

16:15 - 17:00

Added Value of Track & Trace Data in the Pharmaceutical Production

Experts Panel

mr.Georg Schick & mr.David Haug

uhlmann

17:00 - 17:30

Closing Remarks

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mr. marco steinkamp

movilitas

18:00 - 22:00

Drinks & Networking

Blackberry and Lemon Detox

refreshments catered

Serialization is maybe the most underestimated technical challenge of the century. It will continue to play a big role not only in pharma, but also in other industries. Implementing serialization programs is challenging and affects multiple departments of a company. Hence, it is important to understand not only best practices, and how to convey such a global Track & Trace expertise to other markets, but also the role of IoT technologies in optimizing global supply chains. In particular, OEE and Blockchain innovations will be very useful for preventive maintenance and linking end users to the lifecycle of products throughout the supply chain. 

 

Join the session and discover how to drive serialization smoothly and how to benefit in the long run from innovations such as OEE and Blockchain.

What to expect?

Serialization is maybe the most underestimated technical challenge of the century. However, it will continue to play a big role not only in pharma, but also in other industries. Implementing serialization is a challenging and multidisciplinary project, affecting all departments. It’s important to understand the best practices and how to convey such global Track & Trace expertise to other markets.

 

Making use of IoT technologies is key to optimizing global supply chains. Especially OEE and Blockchain innovations will be very useful for preventive maintenance and linking end users to the lifecycle of products throughout the supply chain.

What to expect?

The Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) is planning to implement a pharmaceutical track & trace system in order to enable visibility and traceability along the entire life science supply chain. Thereby fake drugs will be eliminated and patient safety ensured. Such a system requires the cooperation of multiple stakeholders such as regulatory bodies, manufacturers, and distributors. It may come with new challenges and requirements, yet also with new possibilities to realize benefits beyond compliance.

What to expect?

With the customer in our focus, we as total solution provider improve the production of our customers. Through 20 years of software experience and 70 years of partnership to the pharmaceutical industry, we know the critical points in a track & trace system. Uhlmann Digital Solutions safeguard the necessary data security and ensure pharmaceutical safety over the whole production process - monitored and reliable production process from start to finish. Therefore, we have to eliminate all critical steps in a production process. Uhlmann Track & Trace delivers an added value for pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Learn from our highly experienced experts what added value this is, how we approach your challenges together and offer you the best-in-class solution!

What to expect?

Discover how Recipharm set up and delivered a successful serialization program, and understand the challenges that lie ahead.

 

Recipharm is a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) with over 200 customers requiring products to be serialized and / or aggregated. These customers have challenging requirements and high expectations. Steve Holden will share detailed insights into the challenges Recipharm faced, and the lessons learned during the various phases of the project.

What to expect?

The pharmaceutical world is facing new and complex regulatory requirements. Serialization is already touching almost every part of the IT infrastructure. Systems must be integrated, global solutions maintained, change processes followed, reporting channels established and facilitated.At the same time, all this must be compliant.

 

Learn more about change management and integration and benefit from i2B’s Computer System Validation approach.

What to expect?

Day 2 - Thursday, 14 November

08:30 - 09:00

Coffee & Welcome

Laptop & Coffee

refreshments catered

09:00 - 09:45

The World of GS1 Standards for Pharma

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Tania Snioch

GS1

09:45 - 10:30

The Ministry’s Initiatives for Combating Counterfeit Products in Malaysia

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Mr. Mohamed Aznan shah Bin Khalid,

Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

Laptop & Coffee

refreshments catered

11:00 - 11:45

Track & Trace in Tobacco – Probably the Most Challenging T&T Requirements in the World

Male Speaker

Movilitas

11:45 - 12:30

Never Underestimate The Challenges of Serialization and Aggregation

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mr. Harald Köhler

Hermos

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch

Mini Hamburgers

refreshments catered

13:30 - 14:15

Live Demo ATTP and Q&A

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Mr. chin hun yong

movilitas

14:15 - 15:00

Meeting the regulatory and organisational needs of serialisation: Lessons from a two-year journey and an outlook

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Mr. Andrew Robinson,

CSL Behring

15:00 - 15:30

Coffee Break

Laptop & Coffee

refreshments catered

15:30 - 16:15

Movilitas.Cloud Makes Compliance Simple

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mr. marC blekkink

movilitas

16:15 - 16:30

Closing Remarks

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mr. Stefan Hockenberger

Movilitas

Hermos as the world leading aggregation solution at tobacco industry will be able to deliver insights and learnings upon more than 700 production lines implemented. Spreading the wings into other industries already, executing consultancy for operating companies and investors, we will be able to show the necessary steps and timelines.

 

See showcases, technology examples and the wide product portfolio of Hermos as well as the generic software solutions for serialisation and aggregation.

What to expect?

Around the world, more and more healthcare stakeholders are understanding the benefits of unique product identification, serialisation and traceability, and as a result are adopting global standards to achieve these.  Spanning every region, this presentation will discuss developments, trends and outcomes from such activities.

 

The practical considerations for all stakeholders in implementing global standards will be discussed, as will the possibilities that serialised unique identification can bring for the future – access to digital information, aiding increased patient empowerment, and much more. 

What to expect?

Serialisation presents not only technical but also organisational challenges to a pharmaceutical company.  As with all regulatory requirements, successful implementation requires close coordination of activities across the organisation and with that a clear definition of responsibilities.
 
The Serialisation story continues in daily operations. Processes and personnel are required to efficiently handle exceptions to ensure released goods can leave the manufacturer’s ramp and enter its Supply Chain. Where necessary, serialisation data is forwarded to the Supply Chain partners and/or uploaded to an agency cloud.
 
This presentation draws on hard-earned experience gathered during the implementation of serialisation requirements.

What to expect?