Vaccine Supply & Logistics



During the “decade of vaccines” the introduction of new vaccines, the vaccination of groups beyond infancy and tackling the equity gap in providing vaccines to all has meant that outdated immunization supply chains have been overstretched and have outgrown their ability to cope. Join us in Washington to listen and learn from key thought leaders in this space, and showcase your solutions to challenges in vaccine storage, distribution, management and stock control to ensure that we achieve future global immunization goals.


Who Attends


• Government
• Non-profit organisations
• Pharma
• Ministries of Health


Job Titles


• Head of Supply Chain (Cold Chain)
• Head of Logistics
• Head of Supply Operations
• Head of Temperature Control
• Head of Quality Assurance (QA)
• Head of Distribution
• Vaccine Production and Supply
• Vaccine Supply Strategy
• Compliance Officer - Global Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Who Should Sponsor?


• Equipment manufacturers
• Cold chain technology and equipment providers
• Mobile solutions – app developers
• Logistics Services
• Telecommunications providers
• Data Solutions providers
• Consultancy firms


Supply & Logistics Conference, Tuesday 16 April 2019

Economics of supply

Rebecca Gentile
Supply & Logistics Conference

Supporting vaccine distribution with a stability budget

Rami Scharf
Supply & Logistics Conference

Workforce planning at the center for vaccine innovation and access PATH - Lessons learned

Paddy Hanlon
Supply & Logistics Conference

Brexit and its potential impact on clinical supply chain


Networking Coffee Break

Supply Chain Visibility

Katherine Deland
Supply & Logistics Conference

Working with multiple partners to contain an outbreak – Ebola outbreak case study

Patrick Wedlock
Supply & Logistics Conference

Using supply chain simulation modeling to inform vaccine technology development


Networking Lunch & Poster Session

Logistics coordination and Cold Chain Technology

Souleymane Sawadogo
Supply & Logistics Conference

Novel technology to monitor product quality in vaccine supply chains

Bruce Mccormick
Supply & Logistics Conference

Vaccine supply chain innovations for global immunizations as well as for autologous vaccines

  • The challenges of maintaining correct temperatures of vaccines throughout the supply chain
  • Bringing vaccine delivery into the 21st century with real time information systems
  • Next generation vaccine delivery challenges posed by therapeutic allogeneic vaccines

Networking Coffee Break

Capacity Planning


Chair’s Closing Remarks per co-lo and Close of Congress Day 2


Off-site Networking Drinks, Supported by Enesi Pharma

last published: 11/Apr/19 17:05


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