LogiMed 2016

October 17-October 18, 2016

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Day 2

08:00 AM - 08:45 AM Welcome Coffee

08:45 AM - 08:50 AM Welcome Remarks

Gemma Burns, Conference Director, LogiMed 2016

08:50 AM - 09:00 AM Chairman’s opening address

Mathijs Luts, Director Supply Chain EMEA & India, St. Jude Medical

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Mathijs Luts

Director Supply Chain EMEA & India
St. Jude Medical

Advancing IT to Support End-to-End Visibility

09:00 AM - 09:40 AM ALL STAR PANEL: End-to-end visibility: How can you use data analytics to achieve and demonstrate supply chain value?

Rick Demarais, Director, Global JJOS Deployment Leader, Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Roberto Tozzi, Vice President Global Supply Chain, LivaNova Simon Orchard, Vice President, EMEA Supply Operations & Customer Support, Pfizer

A fantastic panel of top-level supply chain decision makers from leading medical device companies share their ideas and strategies.

  • Multiple ERP systems – this can be a bigger challenge than partners and service providers – harmonise disparate systems
  • How can you access real-time data across the supply chain operation from service providers and CMOs?
  • How do you look beyond the myriad of data to gain meaningful results? – turn into intelligence and decision making
  • How can you prove the value of investing in data analytics?

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Rick Demarais

Director, Global JJOS Deployment Leader
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems
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Roberto Tozzi

Vice President Global Supply Chain
LivaNova
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Simon Orchard

Vice President, EMEA Supply Operations & Customer Support
Pfizer

09:40 AM - 10:30 AM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Harnessing digitalisation to drive the medical device supply chain forward

Guillaume Gasc, Vice President Competence Center & Supply Chain, Carl Zeiss Meditec AG Jana Dallmann, Senior Manager Supply Chain Processes and Logistics, Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
  • Who has started to do this? Experiences to date
  • How is digitalisation poised to improve end-to-end visibility?
  • How to ensure consistency and transparency of data throughout the entire end-to-end supply chain
  • Analysing opportunities and challenges of in-house software development vs. off the shelf software providers
  • Trends for digital ordering in medical industry: What are the best smart ordering tools?
  • How can you best use digitalisation irrespective of your company’s size?

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Guillaume Gasc

Vice President Competence Center & Supply Chain
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
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Jana Dallmann

Senior Manager Supply Chain Processes and Logistics
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG

Out of Industry Pioneer

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Evolution to excellence of a pharmaceutical supply chain

Simon Orchard, Vice President, EMEA Supply Operations & Customer Support, Pfizer
  • What are the drivers for transformation?
  • What levers are most impactful to drive excellence?
  • How do you execute across a global organisation?
  • How far do you go in pursuit of excellence?
  • What are the practical considerations in developing such a program?

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Simon Orchard

Vice President, EMEA Supply Operations & Customer Support
Pfizer

10:50 AM - 11:25 AM Morning networking break

Round Table 1: Trends for digital ordering in the medical industry: How to stay ahead of the curve

Jana Dallmann, Senior Manager Supply Chain Processes & Logistics, Carl Zeiss Meditec AG

Round Table 2: How to use GS1 and the UDI to speed up regulatory approval. Assess the impact on the supply chain

Sylvia Reingardt, Sector Manager Healthcare, GS1 Germany

Round Table 3: Sustainability: Learn how to reduce energy consumption and waste and turn your supply chain green – don’t get left behind

Nele Bayen, Senior Operations Manager, St. Jude Medical

Round Table 4: Pharmaceutical industry: Improving the medical device supply chain by learning from advanced industries

Peter Trappeniers, Senior Customer Care Manager, Terumo BCT

Round Table 5: How to use The Internet of Things (IoT) to create a connected production floor, enhance visibility and monitor equipment and people

Valerij Krndija, Senior Transportation Manager EMEA, IDEXX Europe

Round Table 6: What is the impact of 3D printing on production, planning, distribution and DCs? Assessing the effect on cost, lead-time and product lines

Mike Isles, European Medicines Partnership Director, International Health Partners

Round Table 7: Cyber security: Make sure you know the risks and learn how to minimise them


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Jana Dallmann

Senior Manager Supply Chain Processes and Logistics
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
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Nele Bayen

Senior Operations Manager
St. Jude Medical
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Peter Trappeniers

Senior Customer Care Manager
Terumo BCT
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Sylvia Reingardt

Sector Manager Healthcare
GS1 Germany
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Mike Isles

European Medicines Partnership Director
International Health Partners

Effective Lean Management

12:20 PM - 12:40 PM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: How can a lean management-based operating system benefit the supply chain strategy of medical device companies?

Maximilian Gamperling, Division Manager, Logistics Group International
  • Continuously improve operations and work more effectively
  • Implementing new operations faster and more stabile
  • Setting standards in all operations without cutting into the personal strengths of the individual employees
  • Best practices of lean management-based operations in the Medical Device and In Vitro Diagnostics industry

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Maximilian Gamperling

Division Manager
Logistics Group International

Lunch

12:40 PM - 1:45 PM Networking Lunch

Choose your afternoon track or sign up to one of the creative boardroom sessions – limited places available.

Masterclass

12:40 PM - 1:45 PM MASTERCLASS: Enhance your planning and forecasting processes using big data

Loek Lemmens, Managing Partner, EyeOn Joost Rongen, Senior Business Consultant, EyeOn
An invaluable opportunity for you to turn theory into practice in an experiences classroom environment. This masterclass is moderated by leading practitioners and is open to 25 active participants who form part of a high level interactive discussion.

  • Data analysis: Who should do this and how to do it in the most efficient way
  • Using the data in the most effective way
  • The impact of big data on planning and forecasting
  • Predictive, prescriptive and cognitive data results in better estimates and predictions – case study examples

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Loek Lemmens

Managing Partner
EyeOn
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Joost Rongen

Senior Business Consultant
EyeOn

STREAM A – PLANNING: Assessing New Tools and Optimising Inventory Management

1:45 PM - 2:35 PM CASE STUDY REVOULTION: Is your planning tool slowing you down? Which to select and how to use effectively in order to increase accuracy and efficiency

Vasilis Darmis, Senior Supply Chain Manager, Stryker
  • Overview of available planning tools: Pros and cons
  • Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of using SAP and AOP
  • How to effectively connect the two
  • The use of excel – does it still have its place for planners?
  • How can regional SAP systems be connected together? Who offers solutions on this?

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Vasilis Darmis

Senior Supply Chain Manager
Stryker

STREAM B – LOGISTICS: Strategic Transportation

1:45 PM - 2:35 PM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: How to implement innovative transportation strategies to transform your supply chain

Mirko Müller, Senior Manager Logistics & Distribution, Beckman Coulter
Details TBC
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Mirko Müller

Senior Manager Logistics & Distribution
Beckman Coulter

STREAM C – STRATEGY

1:45 PM - 2:35 PM SYNGERY WORKSHOP: How to strengthen internal relationships between all SC functions and ensure full integration and alignment to increase efficiency

Anton Van Den Bogaart, Chief Operations Officer, Qauspec
  • How to set a service level agreement between SC functions

  • End-to-end tactical vison: What products are where? Are they in the right place and in the right quantities?

  • How to balance collaboration between all three stakeholders: Medical device companies, service provider and customers


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Anton Van Den Bogaart

Chief Operations Officer
Qauspec

STREAM A – PLANNING: Assessing New Tools and Optimising Inventory Management

2:35 PM - 3:15 PM ALL STAR PANEL: How to improve inventory management from a planning perspective and create a seamless supply chain

Vasilis Darmis, Senior Supply Chain Manager, Stryker Jackie Pomroy, Head of Supply Chain, NHS South of England Procurement Services

This panel brings together senior-level thought leaders from three of the top 10 medical device companies.

  • Integrating sales, planning and inventory management to drive the SC forward
  • Creating consistency of KPIs within inventory and planning
  • How to use the ATP (Available To Promise) process - what can be learnt from other industries? eg automotive
  • How can planning and inventory management provide more flexibility and in turn increase level of service to customer?

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Vasilis Darmis

Senior Supply Chain Manager
Stryker
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Jackie Pomroy

Head of Supply Chain
NHS South of England Procurement Services

STREAM B – LOGISTICS: Strategic Transportation

2:35 PM - 3:15 PM ALL STAR PANEL: What is your biggest challenge within transportation? Overcome regulatory hurdles, decrease costs and negotiate effectively

Wolfram Waschke, Director Customer Distribution and Warehouse, HARTMANN Group Glynis Sylvester, Director, Becton Dickinson

A fantastic panel of top-level supply chain decision makers share their innovative transportation strategies.

  • Reviewing the changing regulations for transportation and impact on your role
  • How to reduce transportation costs without compromising your services
  • Learn how to strengthening your relationship with 3PLs/4PLs
  • How to effectively negotiate with procurement within 3PLs/4PLs

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Wolfram Waschke

Director Customer Distribution and Warehouse
HARTMANN Group
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Glynis Sylvester

Director
Becton Dickinson

STREAM C – STRATEGY

2:35 PM - 3:15 PM Session Continued

3:15 PM - 3:50 PM Afternoon networking break

Ensuring Regulatory Success

3:50 PM - 4:10 PM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Hear from the customer: How does the UDI help to improve processes in hospitals? What are the promises and the challenges?

Hajo Reißmann, Head of Medical Supply Controlling, University Medical Center Schleswig Holstein
  • How do pitfalls and shortcomings hamper processes including those at the point of care?
  • What is the ideal flow of materials and associated data that hospitals want to see?
  • How can implementation of the UDI improve the entire supply chain?
  • The challenges of stringent master data management

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Hajo Reißmann

Head of Medical Supply Controlling
University Medical Center Schleswig Holstein

4:10 PM - 5:00 PM CASE STUDY REVOULTION: Essential guidance from Industry and Eucomed on how to implement the UDI (Unique Device Identification) from the SC perspective - Assess the impact of serialisation on the SC and learn how to minimise disruption

Diana Kanecka, Officer Regulations & Industrial Policy, MedTech Europe, an alliance of EDMA and Eucomed
  • How to successfully implement GS1: What were the hurdles and how were these overcome?
  • Comparison of the different agencies for bar codes: GS1, HIBCC and ICBBA
  • How the implementation of UDI affected logistics– what changes had to be made?
  • How do you label the products and package correctly? Should you invest in new e-labelling software?
  • How has this helped improve visibility and inventory management?
  • How to communicate effectively with your regulatory department
  • Implementation of either printer/label tech on the lines or software infrastructure
  • What can we learn from the pharma and retail industries?
  • What can we learn from the US medical device industry?
  • Maximising the ROI of your UDI implementation, ensuring it continues to drive business value
  • Impact and implementation of the new Medical Device Directive

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Diana Kanecka

Officer Regulations & Industrial Policy
MedTech Europe, an alliance of EDMA and Eucomed

5:00 PM - 11:59 PM End of conference