GDP – Time & Temperature Controlled Biopharma Pharma Logistics Conference: Turkish Cargo Conference Sponsorship
CSS 2017 (Cool Supply System & Solutions 2017) with 400+ has been in motion as an annual event for the past five years serving as a platform for premier Bio/Pharma Logistics providers involved in providing Services and Solutions within the Time & Temperature Controlled Logistics segment.
95% of the quality commitment is focused on new content from key contributors such as Shipper Presenters, GDP Inspector Presentations, and educational interactive activities such as; Open Question Times and in-depth Master-Class Workshops among other key sessions.
The second focus is to create a highly rewarding networking opportunity by dedicating time to engage both premier and award winning GDP certified solution/service providers; in addition to 100+ bio/pharma companies, there are smaller to medium size companies with a reach culture of sharing. CSS 2017 is Europe’s No. 1 Conference for Time & Temperature Controlled Logistics for such access.
For 2017, we have prepared an audience of 400+, 27 Speakers and 20 Exhibitors, divided into two streams; A: Bio/Pharma Logistics and Stream B: Medical Device Logistics.
One of our new sponsors of the CSS 2017 Meeting is Turkish Cargo. Turkish Cargo, the cargo subdivision of Turkish Airlines, serves its customers with a network consisting more than 295 destinations in 120 countries. Today, Turkish Cargo’s dedicated cargo destinations number exceed 60 with the new service points. Titled as the airline flying to the highest number of destinations in the world, the company success in all processes of the air transportation of healthcare products has been crowned by IATA with the IATA CEIV (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) Pharma certificates, since August 2016. While opening your business to the world, Turkish Cargo meets your customized needs with utmost high quality in every step.
For the CSS 2017, Turkish Cargo will conduct a presentation titled: A global case for best practice in Air Cargo subject to CIEV-IATA certification and total compliance with Good Distribution Practice. Mr Turhan Özen, the Chief Cargo Officer from the Turkish Airlines will present on GDP Guidelines subject to CIEV-IATA certification. Born in 1968, Turhan ÖZEN graduated from Galatasaray High School, then studied Business Administration in Boğaziçi University, and attended Koç University Executive MBA program.
Started his career in 1991 at IVECO, he worked on sales, marketing, and logistics management positions. After that, in 2000 he joined TNT Logistics during its foundation as Business Development Manager, and later took the position of Distribution Operations Group Manager and Operations Director. Continuing the same position at CEVA Logistics as of 2007, Özen became Deputy Managing Director – Commercial in 2011; after that between 2013 and 2015, he became CEVA Balkans-Middle East and Africa Region Business Development and Sales Vice President, and later CEVA Global Health Sector President. Turhan Özen, who had been CEVA Logistics Middle East and North Africa Region Managing Director since the beginning of 2016, took office at Turkish Airlines Corp. as Chief Cargo Officer as of December 2016.
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