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Registrations Are Now Open for the 2023 Pharma Logistics Masterclass in Singapore — 30% extra discount for pharma.aero members

Registrations are open, with early-bird discounts, for the 2023 edition of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass (IPLM) taking place in Singapore, from 4 to 8 September.

Register here | Early-bird prices apply until June 1st. pharma.aero members get an additional discount – 30% off the regular fees. 

This is the third edition of the 5-day program that Pharma.Aero and the University of Antwerp created in 2021  to bring together the pharma cargo industry and world-renowned academic institutions. In 2022, 120 industry executives, experts, policymakers and academics representing 50 pharma supply and manufacturing companies, 5 world-renowned universities and government authorities participated in the second edition taking place in Abu Dhabi.

Read here the full program of the 2022 International Pharma Logistics Masterclass

Read here the White Paper of the 2021 International Pharma Logistics Masterclass

Trevor Caswell, Chairman of pharma.aero and member of the IPLM Business Committee: “The pharma.aero Board of Directors is excited and remains very motivated to continue to support the third edition of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass, that will be held in Singapore.  With the strong partnership we have with the University of Antwerp, our strategic airport host partner Changi Airport and other key stakeholders in Singapore, will ensure this state of the art pharma logistics masterclass will meet or exceed the very successful second edition masterclass, held in Abu Dhabi this past September.  We recommend our members, and students to register early and take advantage of the early-bird pricing – as this masterclass will likely sell out.”

Prof. dr. Roel Gevaers, University of Antwerp and Chairman of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass: “It is for me as a Chairman an honor that we kicked-off the launch of our 3rd International Pharma Logistics Masterclass. This Masterclass is a perfect example of a collaboration between business and academics and this collaboration also underlines the strong relation between the University of Antwerp and pharma.aero. With the new location – Singapore – we manager to bring our event to a third continent in three years, which underlines the global dimension of both Pharma logistics and the Masterclass itself.”  

Prof. dr. Wouter Dewulf, University of Antwerp and member of the IPLM Scientific Committee: “Singapore hosts excellent academic institutions and has a range of world class pharmaceutical industries and logistics facilities in both the air and maritime transport environment.. After successful Pharma Logistics Masterclasses in Antwerp and Abu Dhabi, the third edition in Singapore will for sure be a Pharma Logistics Masterclass 3.0, where business can meet academics, and vice-versa, in an inspiring environment”.

Frank Van Gelder, Secretary General pharma.aero and Co-Chair of the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass: “Being in Singapore next September 2023, underlines the global collaborative vision and drive pharma.aero embraces, and which is needed to make the International Pharma Logistics Masterclass a source for every company working in the field of pharma logistics.
The strong collaboration and exchange of insights with the academic world on the subject, will definitely further mature in working with top companies and academic researchers from Singapore. Grafted on the essential takeaways of the past two editions of the masterclass in Antwerp and Abu Dhabi, this masterclass will further delve into the most important developments in both scientific and industrial areas. In other words, for those who are seriously involved in pharma logistics, you better be there and exchange ideas, insights and experiences with the faculty and learners from all over the world.”  

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