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Clinical Trial Supply USA

The 2014 event, which returns to Boston this September, will build on what we started. The fast paced world of clinical supply continues to develop and grow and you don't want to get left behind! Learn how to: Embed flexibility with insight on just-in-time labeling, reduced scrappage and increased supply chain responsiveness Implement pooled supply with the latest technology: expertise from Takeda Invest in the end user! Pfizer look at how the clinician and patient are affected by supply Get the most from your partners: How are you streamlining partnerships? Hear from leading CRO’s such as PPD, PRA and Parexel and benchmark in the interactive breakout with the Global Clinical Supplies Group

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Clinically Relevant Drug Transporters

Clinically Relevant Drug Transporters

With hundreds of membrane transporters identified, translating observed non-clinical DDIs into clinical relevance for ADME studies remains an on-going challenge.  Ensuring appropriate in vitro studies are performed using the right transporters, at the right time to meet regulatory requirements, is a major task. Read the latest articles, interviews and reports on clinically relevant drug transporters.  

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Co-Creation Partners

We are one of the few organizations able to facilitate holistic transformation of both the individual and the environment, and it’s our deep expertise in the human dimension of change management that creates profound, sustainable organizational culture transformation.   At Co-Creation Partners, we are committed to helping organizations achieve extraordinary results by working co-creatively with them every step of the way. Our commitment to the principle of co-creation means that we do not provide answers and dictate procedures, but facilitate the discovery and implementation of empowering solutions that are appropriate for their business challenges.   We have a deep sense of ownership and pride in our client organizations’ transformations and our benchmark of success is when we make ourselves redundant.

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Cold Chain & Temperature Management Summit

We are excited to bring you the 10th anniversary special CC & Temp Management Summit for February 27- March 1 2012 in downtown Toronto. Temperature control and sensitive handling are fundamental requirements of most life sciences products today. The 10th annual February 2012 event will address how Canadian and International quality distribution professionals are implementing new data monitoring processes, passive technology and supply chain integrity plans, including: Domestic Canadian Distribution Re-qualification of pack-outs and trailers for Canadian distribution Assessing 2-8C and Ambient transport solutions for Pan-Province distribution Shipping to northern Canada in the winter, extreme cold shipping solutions Auditing distribution sites and partners for robust processes and 0069 compliance International Distribution & Import European regulatory temp distribution and GDP guidelines Customs and border issues for road and air freight US ≤≥ Canada Shipping temperature sensitive clinical supplies to international and new markets Plus - More Networking for 2012 More exhibition 'browsing' time. See first-hand solutions available in Canada to distribution quality control life science products Take part in Speed Networking Exchange ideas with peers during the Data Driven Roundtable Discussions

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Cold Chain Content Series

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Cold Chain Events

Cold Chain Conferences, Cold Chain Events, Cold Chain Seminars, Cold Chain Networking, Cold Chain Expo, Cold Chain Exhibitions. Live events for professionals in temperature controlled logistics, supply chain, quality assurance, shipping, distribution, packaging, customs in the pharmaceutical, biotech and life science industry.

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Cold Chain Focus CANADA

Cold Chain Focus CANADA

Temperature control and sensitive handling are fundamental requirements of most life sciences products today. As the supply chain continues to increase in importance, the Canadian market is facing costly challenges resulting from evolving regulations and Federal laws protecting low retail drug costs. Learn how Canada is meeting the challenges of Cold Chain in this resource centre

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Cold Chain Focus CHINA

Cold Chain Focus CHINA

The nature and the high value of the bio/pharmaceutical temperature controlled supply chain makes managing this very challenging and expensive process. China is at the point of becoming the largest biotechnology/pharmaceutical market globally but the country is still far from developing a comprehensive and efficient cold chain distribution system for bio/ pharmaceutical products and clinical trial supplies. Also, the environmental, structural and regulatory obstacles are also massive for bio/pharma companies in China. Learn how China is meeting the challenges of Cold Chain in this resource centre

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Cold Chain Focus INDIA

Cold Chain Focus INDIA

This Cold Chain IQ resource centre examines the current state and future of the temperature-controlled pharmaceutical distribution in India The Indian pharmaceutical market is expected to grow from US$ 12.6 billion to a staggering US$ 55 billion by 2020. With Indian pharma exports poised to cater for eight per cent of the world’s pharmaceutical production, the industry is facing some generic challenges with respect to supply chain and logistic methods. In this resource centre, Cold Chain IQ, looks at the opportunities and challenges of successful cold chain strategy and science in the world's largest democracy.

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Cold Chain Focus LATAM

Cold Chain Focus LATAM

There is no doubt that there is huge potential for temperature controlled logistics and supply in Latin America but with that opportunity comes many challenges. These include GDP regulations that differ from country to country, remote regions, hostile terrain and vast road networks. So how do you overcome these challenges particularly with air freight and assessing suitable packaging and logistics services for high-value products? Find out in this Cold Chain IQ resource centre what you need to know to successfully operate in the Latin American Bio Supply Cold Chain

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Cold Chain Focus MENA

Cold Chain Focus MENA

This Cold Chain IQ resource centre examines the current state and future of the temperature-controlled pharmaceutical distribution in the MENA region Given the biopharmaceutical industry’s continued growth in the MENA region and the need to ensure proper handling, storage, and distribution of pharmaceuticals, Cold Chain IQ has created this resource centre dedicated to cold supply chain in the Middle East / North Africa covering the latest developments in the following countries: Algeria Bahrain Egypt Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Morocco Oman Palestine Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen

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Cold Chain Focus RUSSIA

Cold Chain Focus RUSSIA

With the Russian pharma market expected to be worth $37.15bn in 2016 and a raft of legislative changes focused on increasing the number of locally produced pharma products, the region is a key area of focus for many international and pharma and bio companies looking to expand their market and operations. Learn more about Cold Supply Chain in Russia in this resource centre

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Cold Chain Food Logistics: Novel Technologies and Critical Regulations

Cold Chain Food Logistics: Novel Technologies and Critical Regulations

Content from the from leading retail companies, food manufacturers and government regulators on emerging technologies, the latest industry guidelines and food safety strategies.

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Cold Chain IQ Business Development

Cold Chain IQ Business Development

Cold Chain IQ Business Development Centre Learn why working with www.ColdChainIQ.com can help you position your self as a though leader to the entire global bio pharma temperature controlled logistics community. Download the Sponsorship Pack now.

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Cold Chain IQ Regulatory & Quality

For FREE information on the latest guidelines and regulations impacting cold chain - the supply and storage of temperature-sensitive life science products 

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Cold Chain IQ presents A One Page Guide to...

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Cold Chain IQ's Top Bloggers

Cold Chain IQ's Top Bloggers

In this Cold Chain IQ resource centre we celebrate the very best bloggers in Cold Chain and Temperature Controlled Logistics... as voted by you!

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Cold Chain Logistics

This page is part of our content series that focuses on Cold Chain IQ's free online resources for the cold chain industry.

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Cold Chain Management

All our Cold Chain Management resources can be found in our resource centre

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Cold Chain Social Supply Chain

Cold Chain Social Supply Chain

How can the BioPharma supply chain industry benefit from social media and who are the pioneers leading the way? In this Cold Chain IQ resource centre learn we look to the future and delve into the Social Supply Chain

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Cold Chain Technologies, Inc. (CCT)

Cold Chain Technologies is a worldwide provider thermal packaging product and service provider. Founded in 1967 to protect critical, temperature-sensitive product loads from the ups and downs of handling, weather, and other unpredictable events

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Cold Chain Technology

This article is a part of the Cold Chain Technology Resource Center by Cold Chain IQ.

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Cold Chain Vaccine

Our Cold chain vaccine resource centre contains downloadable content from industry experts and Cold Chain IQ's dedicated editors and columnists.

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Cold Chain Vendor Marketing Resource Centre

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Concur

Concur, a part of SAP, imagines the way the world should work, offering cloud-based services that make it simple to manage travel and expenses. By connecting data, applications and people, Concur delivers an effortless experience and total transparency into spending wherever and whenever it happens. Concur’s services adapt to individual employee preferences and scale to meet the needs of companies from small to large so they can focus on what matters most. Learn more at www.concur.com or the Concur blog.

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