A webinar presented by the IBA International Commerce and Distribution Committee and supported by the IBA Healthcare and Life Sciences Committee
Immunisation programmes are built on functional, end-to-end supply chain and logistics systems. The role of the supply chain is to ensure effective vaccine storage, handling and stock management, as well as temperature control and the maintenance of adequate logistics systems. The aim is to ensure ongoing availability of vaccines from manufacturer to service delivery, so that opportunities to vaccinate are not missed. The speakers will discuss specific agreements along the healthcare industry supply chain and address the different approaches by some selected jurisdictions.
- Javier Canosa, Canosa Abogados, Buenos Aires; Co-Chair, IBA International Commerce and Distribution Committee
- Riccardo Cajola, Cajola & Associati, Milan; Programme Officer, IBA International Commerce and Distribution Committee
- Khong Aik Gan, Gan Partnership, Kuala Lumpur; Chair, IBA International Conventions and Trade Agreements Subcommittee
- Silvia Fazio, Norton Rose Fulbright, São Paulo; Vice-Chair, IBA International Commerce and Distribution Committee
- Turenna Ramirez, Sanchez Devanny, Mexico City; Co-Chair, IBA International Trade and Customs Law Committee
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