Registrations open for the 2022 Pharma Logistics Masterclass in Abu Dhabi — 30% extra discount for Pharma.Aero members
Registrations are now open, with early-bird discounts, for the second edition of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass taking place in Abu Dhabi, from 5 to 9 September 2022.
Pharma.Aero, Antwerp University, Khalifa University, and HOPE Consortium are partners in organizing this year’s edition of this unique international joint initiative that brings together the air cargo industry and world-renowned academic institutions.
The 5-day hybrid program creates a special opportunity for industry professionals to gain more in-depth knowledge, as well as for academics and students to obtain advanced insights into how pharmaceutical supply chains are organized and logistics processes are optimized through applied technology for the pharma and life science sector.
This year’s edition of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass runs from 5 to 9 September at Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi. It features insights from lecturers and business experts from all around the world, combined with daily workshops and interactive case studies, as well as site visits to the Khalifa University Center for Robotics and Autonomous Systems (KUCARS), Genome Valley, and Abu Dhabi Airport and Sea Port.
All Pharma.Aero members will have a 30% discount on published prices when login on to our website.
Renowned speakers from the academic community and the global pharma sector will lecture on
Disruptive Technologies & Big Data
Supply Chain Strategies
Innovations in Packaging & Cool Chain
Emergency Crisis Logistics & Health Care Aspects
Sustainability & Pharma Green Lane Logistics
The full program is presented in the Masterclass Brochure 2022.
Register here. Early-bird prices apply until May 31st.
Dr. Arif Sultan Al Hammadi, Executive Vice-President, Khalifa University
“This is a stellar collaborative initiative and will offer participants special insights into the pharmaceutical supply chain and logistics processes. Through our research center for Digital Supply Chain and Operations Management (DSOM), our expertise spans new methods and tools to improve the performance of complex and extended supply chains through predictive analytics and self-optimizing logistics while enabling transition into paperless, borderless and highly trusted transaction-based operations. Such intense expertise will prove significantly beneficial to all participants of the second edition of the masterclass.”
Fabrice Panza, Manager of Global Cool Chain Solutions, Etihad Cargo
“Innovation has been integral to recent advancements in pharma logistics, particularly in response to today’s global challenges. It has played a central role in the success of the HOPE Consortium in facilitating the movement of temperature-sensitive vaccines and medication worldwide in 2021. The International Pharma Logistics Masterclass gives us a unique platform to share our experiences and explore new innovations as a collective which further elevates the wider industry’s capabilities. We look forward to hosting another illuminating session in Abu Dhabi with our partners.”
Prof. dr. Roel Gevaers, University of Antwerp Belgium and Chairman of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass 2022
“We are delighted to see that, for the second time, the business meets the academics again to exchange views and learn from each other. With Khalifa University, we have found an excellent partner whose expertise in AI, robotics and simulations can really add value to this Masterclass.”
Frank Van Gelder, Secretary General Pharma.Aero and Co-Chair of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass
“Pharma.Aero’s vision and mission underline fostering collaboration. By continuously giving insights and sharing the latest changes between pharmaceutical companies, industry stakeholders and the academic world, the overall knowledge, and the quality of the Pharma and MedTec supply chain improves. We are ready to offer a great program.”
Trevor Caswell, Vice-Chair of Pharma.Aero, member of the business committee
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“Now that the registrations are open, the eagerness of both academics and industry stakeholders to learn and be part of the second masterclass in Abu Dhabi is big. Great networking possibilities and exposure to the state-of-the-art lectures on the developments and innovations of the future supply chain will be the perfect combination for our members to be part of a great masterclass week.”