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World Drug Manufacturing Summit

26 Nov 2012 - 29 Nov 2012 - Düsseldorf, Germany



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Chemical Process Scale Up subscribers get 15% off at the World Drug Manufacturing Summit
The World Drug Manufacturing Summit takes place on the 26-28 November 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany and covers Operational Excellence, QBD, cost effective manufacturing strategies, facility management and IT in manufacturing. Confirmed speakers for 2012 include:
•    Gerald Heddell, Director, Inspection, Enforcement and Standards Division, MHRA
•    Jurgen Polak, Director, Industrial Engineering, Astrazeneca
•    Markus Mattern, Head, Production, Roche
•    Kirk Nicholas, Director, Lean Six Sigma Programme, Office of Process Improvement, Office of Business Transformation, US Army
•    Idwin Bouman, Director SHEQA & Food Safety, FrieslandCampina
•    Jean-Paul Kaczmarczyk, Head, Lean Six Sigma & Transformation, Eli Lilly
•    Gorm Herlev Jørgensen, Head of Department PharmaBiotech, Danish Medicines Agency
•    Maria Arfwedson, Director and Head, Pharmaceutics & Biotechnology, Medical Products Agency (MPA)
•    Robert Miller, Executive Director, Shingo Prize Initiative
•    Dr Hans-Walter Hoehl, VP Global Strategy & Projects, Pharmaceutical Production, Bayer HealthCare
•    Tim Schwarting, Master Black Belt, Novo Nordisk
•    Norbert Rasenack, Team Leader CM-Downstream Solid, Novartis Pharma AG
•    Amarish Singh, Director, Global Regulatory Sciences-CMC, Bristol-Myers Squibb
•    Mayo Pujols, Director, Technical Operations, Merck & Co

View the full speaker line up at www.wdmsummit.com/speakers/

Some of the key topics to be discussed are:
•    Minimising Human Error To Optimise Manufacturing
•    Successfully Meeting Virus Safety Requirements
•    Designing A New Product Facility
•    Successfully Designing A Single Use Facility
•    Successfully Meeting Supply And Demand For Vaccine Production

Chemical Process Scale Up subscribers get a 15% discount meaning you save just under £300
To book your place for £1695.75 quote booking code CPSE and go to www.wdmsummit.com/?mc=CPSE, call +44 (0)207 202 7670 or email enquire@wtgevents.com.



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