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Anti-Counterfeiting, Drug Serialization and Supply-Chain Security Conference

The importance of the pharmaceutical industry in the modern-day Asian society cannot be overstressed especially as there are new diseases springing up from different areas, strengthening the importance of adequate drug research and development activities. However, with the growth of the industry in Asia comes the increase in fake drugs. In recent times, these products are still being produced and passed down to consumers in large quantities amidst the impact of the various counterfeiting hubs that have been seen to operate on a global scale. According to World Health Organization (WHO), about ten to thirty percent of the pharmaceuticals distributed to most third world countries are fake and this industry is growing at an alarming rate, even faster than legitimate pharmaceutical companies raking in about $217 billion yearly in sales.

We require both countrywide and industry-level participation, and in addition public and private sector coordinated effort, to identify and definitively battle counterfeiters.


Understanding and meeting the needs of DSCSA, EU FMD and other global regulations

Synchrony of the Pharma Industry and professional bodies against counterfeiting

Tackling pharmaceutical crime - initiatives at multinational, EU and national level

IP and regulatory enforcement

Strategies for public awareness and patient protection

Best practices to protect your brand

The role of the Internet in aiding the counterfeiters – How to overcome the situation?

Common Logo initiative in the EU for online pharmacies

Brand Protection & Securing supply chain integrity

End to End supply chain visibility

Developing a sustainable Serialization strategy

Global enterprise level solutions for anti-counterfeiting

Integration of track & trace solutions in production and supply chain

Smart Packaging, Labeling, Artwork, Warehouse & Logistics

Effective Authentication Technologies

Best selection of tamper-evident features

Developing a RMP for your supply chain to protect your Brand, Product and Patient Safety

Measuring the Effectiveness of a Good Quality System through frequent external and internal audits

Debating the use and implementation of serialization, barcoding, and RFID

Serialization Data and Analytics driven approach to increase supply chain agility

Cloud-based technology complement big data solutions in monitoring and improving supply chain processes

The need to understand and adopt new technologies like IoT, Analytics, Block chain, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Case study: How companies are structuring their counterfeiting efforts and departments?

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