Pharma.Aero Organizes a CGT Webinar as Part of the CGT Project | 5 December, 2 pm CET
With individualized medicine leaving the pipeline after 20 years of research and the investment of billions of dollars, Pharma.Aero initiated the CGT Project to offer a better understanding of the sector’s particularities, and challenges from the logistics perspective. The CGT places significant challenges on the current clinical and commercial supply chain, and the logistics sector needs to collaborate directly with researchers and manufacturers to understand the specific needs, and demands of the CGT products, and to define together the solutions for safe and efficient transportation.
The Cell and Gene Therapy Webinar is part of the CGT Project (WP3), and creates the space for an open discussion to brainstorm the topic and the logistics challenges with Pharma.Aero members, partners and the industry.
The two-hour webinar will deep-dive into this fascinating next-gen market and its particularities together with logistics providers and pharmaceutical companies, aiming to answer a few fundamental questions:
⏩Are we ready for the scale-up of the industry?
⏩What key elements will be needed in terms of logistics?
⏩What is the first-hand experience of CGT manufacturers and logistics providers?
The CGT webinar is structured into four sessions:
🔹Mastering the Orchestration of Cell & Gene Therapy Supply
Andreas Olpeter, Vice President Sales & Business Development Healthcare at Arvato Supply Chain Solutions
🔹ATMP Manufacturing Companies: Current Developments
Erik Agterhuis, Owner & Founder of Life Cell Science Supply Chain Consultancy: Dedicated to Biotech & ATMP
Cristian Cîrciumaru Director, Supply Chain and External Manufacturing Operations at Orchard Therapeutics
Victor A. Adeniyi, Senior Director CMC at Nanoscope Therapeutics Inc.
Kathleen Otto, Chief Executive Officer at BioNTX
🔹Logistics Use Cases
Supply Chain Planning: Andy Faes, Regional Manager Healthcare Vertical Europe at Expeditors
Supply Chain Visibility: Michael De Beuckelaer, Sales Lead Belgium at Biocair
Cool Chain Challenge: Diego Loaiza Salazar, Director, Global – Dry Ice Manufacturing Applications at Cold Jet
Packaging: Guy De Meester, Sales Manager Benelux and Germany at EMBALL’ISO
🔹The Future of ATMPs
Milton De La Paz,Vice President Airline Relations and Cargo Business Development at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
Trevor Caswell, Manager, Demand & Product Development at Edmonton International Airport (YEG)
Franck Toussaint, CGT Project Manager
Frank Van Gelder, Secretary General of Pharma.Aero
The participation fee is 100 EUR. Pharma.Aero members get free registration.