Sponsored content: when QUALITY meets OPEX in manufacturing

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BARCELONA, July 15, 2015 – QUALITY is a key driver in timely product launches, enhancing a company’s reputation and maximizing shareholder value. Therefore Fleming Europe has decided to exploit the potential of producing an uninterrupted supply of high-quality medicine for patients in a challenging regulatory environment.

How successful are you in facilitating continuous improvement of processes & quality? Are you ready for change?

To find the answers, join Fleming Europe and learn how to implement efficient, flexible and continuous processing with sustainable quality. After ten successful events, the 11th Annual Quality & OPEX in Pharma & Biotech conference is coming to Barcelona on 5 – 6 November 2015.

Over two days, the event itself will offer a broad scope of topics. Expert speakers from Pfizer, Novartis, Roche, Sanofi Pasteur, J&J, Takeda, Lundbeck, Gedeon Richter and many others will draw attendees into the latest quality issues.

Quality and OPEX professionals will lead discussions on how to facilitate change towards a sustainable quality culture, reveal new regulatory aspects of continued process verification and touch on how to effectively manage GMP audits. Participants will explore how to get lean across the quality organization and operations and how to utilize novel technologies to enhance efficiencies, quality and regulatory compliance.

Delegates will gain special insight into OPEX approaches from the FMCG perspective when the speaker from Colgate Palmolive introduces the company’s OPEX programs and sums up the key take-aways for the pharma industry.

The detailed event program can be viewed at the conference website 

About Fleming Europe

Established in Slovakia, Fleming Europe represents a Pan-European B2B networking channel for specialists to collect & share knowledge. Since 2004, the company has been encouraging decision makers in sharing their experiences through market-leading conferences, trainings and webinars. The annual audience of 10,000 Banking, Defense, Energy, Oil & Gas, Pharma, Telco and Transport peers benefit from insights on industry trends when applying them to their own business practices. For more information, visit http://flemingeurope.com/

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