“Only satisfied customers and satisfied hosts.” For him personally, too, the Pharmaceutical Logistics Day, which he had attended for the fifth time, was by far the best event in the series, said Raul Lozano after the conference. The Head of the Spanish EURODIS partner Redur said: “Everyone had a smile on their face! Something has changed. It was not so in the past.”
Because the Stadthalle in Heidelberg is being renovated, last year’s Pharmaceutical Logistics Day was held at the Portland Forum in neighbouring Leimen. In terms of content, the agenda included the proven mix of innovations and developments of the trans-o-flex Group, customer reports, expert lectures on the development of the pharmaceutical industry as well as plenty of time for informal discussions and targeted information on trans-o-flex-specific topics in small groups.
This time, the customer Brodos reported on their experiences with trans-o-flex’s express service and the customer Hormosan on their experiences with the serialisation of pharmaceuticals at trans-o-flex Logistik-Service. The participants were guided in small groups to information stands where the topics of reusable transport containers, delivery agreements, identity service, Insight consignee app and express portfolio were presented and discussed.
ThermoMed boss Michael Löckener presented the new company trans-o-flex Training & Service, where he is also managing director. Stefan Thömmes and Christian Uhlig from system development presented the trans-o-flex Control Tower project. The topic of serialisation in practice and at EU level was highlighted by pharmacist Dr. Peter Hauser, commissioned by Logistik-Service, and Anna Wehage, who is an expert in counterfeit protection at the Federal Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers. Last but not least, Andreas Gmür, a management consultant specialising in the pharmaceutical industry, presented his view of the future of pharmaceutical logistics. Summing up the day, trans-o-flex CEO Wolfgang P. Albeck said: “If this event didn’t already exist, you would have to invent it!”