Vaccine distribution is now a top priority for all international logistics providers involved in the transportation of clinical supplies. Maintaining an appropriate temperature is vital, and sometimes, this temperature has to be as low as -70℃. Otherwise, the safety and efficacy of vaccines may be put at risk. Transportation of these life saving products is a challenge, but we have the expertise and experience to deliver them safely and on time wherever needed.
We are pleased to announce that our latest COREX Academy webinar will be on the timely topic of “Vaccine Transportation”. On Thursday, December 17th, 2020, at 3:00-4:30 PM (GMT + 3) we will discuss:
How to maintain vaccine temperature regimes and avoid potential pitfalls.
Legal and regulatory aspects of vaccine logistics.
Last-mile logistics: issues and requirements.
Warehouse logistics and cold chain management.
Vaccine storage management in hospitals and pharmacies, including risk management.
After the presentations, the Q&A session will be held.
The webinar will be of interest to medical researchers, pharmacists, logistics specialists, CROs, and other professionals involved in the supply and delivery of vaccines. Please note: the webinar will be conducted in Russian.
Andrew Kukharenko, CEO of Technologies of Cold Chain Ltd. Andrew has a Ph.D. degree in Economics and is a WHO expert in the field of cold chain management.
Sergey Baldin, CEO of MedCont Ltd. Sergey is a certified professional in quality management and transportation of infectious substances.
Dmitry Pikalov, Head of Transport Logistics of COREX Logistics. Dmitry has more than 20 years of experience in transport and warehouse logistics, including developing strategies for medical supplies transportation in various temperature conditions.
The pharmaceutical industry has faced numerous challenges since the beginning of 2021 including the rush to supply COVID-19 vaccines. The start of the year also saw the departure of the UK from the EU and theEuropean Medicines Agency (EMA). The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is now fully in charge of all regulatory matters, oversight of clinical research and approval of medicines.
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