Temperature Controlled Logistics in Biopharmaceuticals Europe 2024
March 6 to March 7, 2024
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Exploring best practice: industry regulations, end-to-end transportation, digitalization, sustainability and mitigating risks. This important industry event will bring together professionals in pharma, biopharma and biotech companies specializing in: cold chain, supply chain, logistics, procurement, quality assurance and temperature controlled logistics. Our distinguished speakers will tackle the most pressing industry challenges, will share cutting-edge technologies and will help you prepare for the future by addressing game-changing innovations. Join us for what will be an unmissable event in the industry calendar, one that will help you benchmark your strategies and be more effective in this dynamic industry.
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