28 Jan 2020
Meet the ELPRO experts Bradley Bevan and Greg Owens from March 28 - 29, 2023 at this year's Pharma Supply Chain & Security World at the Holiday Inn Hotel - Kensington, London (United Kingdom). Stop by our booth #8 to learn more about the latest innovation from ELPRO.
Check out our latest Solutions & Products
The new LIBERO Gx monitors your products on the road, in the air, at sea, in rooms and containers. Using the public 4G LTE mobile network and the new NB-IoT technology.
Also new is the LIBERO Cx-Family of PDF loggers covers every life science application from the first mile to the last: APIs, clinical trials, global sites to the patient.
Let's talk about ELPRO Cloud - ELPRO's real-time cloud solution. It is used for monitoring temperature and humidity in rooms, equipment, trucks and containers, while also providing the ideal entry-level solution for real-time monitoring of temperature and position during cold chain transports.
Don't miss our presentation
When: Wednesday - March 29, 2023 - 11:50am
Topic: End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility with IoT technology advances
Ways supply chain visibility helps you manage security and risk
Best practices in end-to-end visibility and real-time monitoring
How to gain transparency to analyse and minimise risk and improve your processes
Use the code: ELPRO10 to get 10% discount on your registration
Contact us for more information or to arrange a 1:1 meeting on site.
* Please be informed that this is a mainly English-speaking conference/tradeshow.
The Annual Pharma Supply Chain & Security World Summit is back in London for the 5th time, and this time with more focus on optimizing your supply chain challenges to ensure an agile, responsive, streamlined and secured supply chain. The pharmaceutical supply chains are facing a significant challenge in the form of counterfeit drugs that are entering the supply chain from various points at different levels. Pharmaceutical companies that adopt an effective serialisation program have end-to-end visibility and traceability for all of their packaging, labelling, and distribution. This enables them to rapidly identify and quarantine counterfeit products. This helps to protect patients, consumers worldwide, brand equity, reputations and the company's revenue stream by ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements for serialisation of medicines in emerging markets. The rise of the digital supply chain has been accompanied by an ever-increasing number of regulations that have accelerated its development and adoption. Years ago, the pharmaceutical supply chain regulated only manufacturing and distribution. However, with a rise in economic impact of counterfeit drugs on society, there have been attempts to improve serialisation processes even further.