Join us tomorrow to find how logistics handle vaccines amid Covid-19
June 24, 2020: The Indian Transport & Logistics News (ITLN) will be organizing a webinar on the topic “Covid-19 response: Building resilient supply chains for vaccines delivery” on Thursday, June 25, 2020 from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm.
June 24, 2020: The Indian Transport & Logistics News (ITLN) will be organizing a webinar on the topic “Covid-19 response: Building resilient supply chains for vaccines delivery” on Thursday, June 25, 2020, from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm.
Moderated by Reji John, editor, ITLN, the one and half hour webinar will host esteemed speakers representing different stakeholders like pharmaceutical manufacturers, air cargo carriers, temp-controlled solution providers, logistics players, freight forwarders and even consultants.
The webinar will take you to the world of vaccine logistics and how much our supply chains are ready to handle the demand for a potential Covid-19 vaccine if it got ready by the end of this year. Industry experts will talk about the product, quantity, condition, place, time and cost of the potential vaccine with regards to its logistics.
Parag Deshmukh, additional director, global strategic business development, Serum Institute of India (SII)
SII is the world's biggest vaccine producer and is at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 to develop a vaccine for the pandemic. The company recently signed an agreement with AstraZeneca to manufacture the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University.
Huned Gandhi, managing director air & sea logistics Indian Subcontinent, Dachser
Sudhir Mohan, vice president and India head of supply chain, Pfizer
Alan Fernandes, consultant, Zentiva Private Limited
Yashpal Sharma, managing director, Skyways Group
Julian Sutch, head of global sales – pharma, Emirates SkyCargo
Marrie Groeneveld, chief commercial officer, SkyCell
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