February 29 - March 03, 2016 - Hyatt Regency Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

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Temperature Control Logistics, Quality & Security Practices for your Commercial and Clinical Supply Chains

Your #1 summit in Canada for logistics, quality and security of temperature sensitive products is returning to Toronto in 2016! Join us and +275 participants for the 14th edition, bringing together key industry experts to lead our four-day program. The Summit is thoughtfully designed to cover your biggest challenges and showcase newest trends for life science temperature controlled supply chains in Canada and beyond.

At the Cold Chain Canada 2016, you will have plenty of opportunities to network with peers and solution providers, while joining discussions on key regulatory, quality, logistics, supply chain security, and packaging issues. Join us to benchmark with industry leaders and sharpen strategies to increase your company’s productivity while ensuring quality, compliance and supply chain integrity.

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Create Your Risk Management and Problem Solution PlanAt Cold Chain Canada 2016, Risk Management will be in the spotlight as it gains momentum in the transportation of temperature sensitive products. Learn more about creating or enhancing your own risk assessment and management strategies in order to decrease product damage.


Review Your Transportation ChoicesTo enhance your company’s productivity, you must constantly analyze and justify your transportation decisions. Better understand your modal choices, possibilities and get insights from fellow companies on their Air, Road and Ocean Freight strategies.


Understand Where the Industry is Heading Hear from Health Canada and EU Regulators on latest GDPs and Guide 0069 updates. Participate in the debate and get your questions answered for both Cold Chain and CRT products.


Forge New ConnectionsCold Chain Canada Summit is the one place where you are guaranteed to meet experts, hear analysis, meet new suppliers, see new products and innovations and network with leaders you won’t meet anywhere else!


Influence the IndustryCold Chain Canada is the meeting point for Leaders from the Life Science companies. Make your voice heard at Cold Chain Canada and make a difference!


Grow Your BusinessSpot the very latest opportunities to implement new strategies, overcome specific challenges and find new solutions available to the Canadian market. At Cold Chain Canada you’ll come away with genuine opportunities, not just business cards.


Be Creative on Your Last MileA country as big as Canada must keep innovative strategies continuously coming in order to deliver products on time, on budget, and with the quality required by regulators. Hear how your peers are ensuring integrity of temperature sensitive products.


Get Insights from International PeersCold Chain Canada’s international executive attendance is on the rise. In 2016, you will be joined by fellow leaders from Latin America, Middle East, Europe and the USA. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what other countries are doing to overcome their own challenges.


The Cold Chain Canada renowned speakers are interactive, intelligent, dynamic, and personal with these interesting ideas they want to share with you.

Exceeding Expectations...

Cold Chain in Canada: Future Plans

We surveyed senior supply chain and life sciences executives in Canada to uncover their Budgets, Timelines and Purchasing Forecasts. The infographic includes the top 9 solutions that these senior executives are looking to invest in, such as air freight, data loggers and RFID.

The Latest on Health Canada GDP Guidelines

This year, Health Canada began its 3 year cycle of updating its Guidelines for Temperature Control of Drug Products during Storage and Transportation (GUI-0069). The newest proposed guidelines do not add new obligations, but go into greater depth about monitoring and supervising existing practices.