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500 miles of serialization: 3C Excellis talk EU-FMD at free events in October

Image Author are just over 500 days until pharma companies across the World need to comply with the EU-FMD legislation. However it might feel more like 500 miles to travel until you – and your supply chain – approach serialization readiness.

As always 3C Excellis can help. As early adopters of serialization, we are the thought-leaders with the expertise to help you check the health of your current solution, understand the regulatory requirements, on-board your CMOs as well as getting yourself on-board to the EU-Hub. And we’ll be bringing this expertise to several free events next month including:

GTT Europe

What: Roundtable discussion
When: October 2017 (Date TBC)
Where: Paris
Cost: FREE
Registration: Email to save your place today

This roundtable discussion is completely free to attend but places are limited. Demand is expected to be high but you can reserve a place now by emailing Supporting the pharma industry and specifically your pharma supply chain, 3C Excellis will help you understand your serialization readiness, the EU-FMD challenges and how to make these final 500 days (or miles) feel a little easier.

TraceLink EU-FMD Workshops: Preparing for February 2019

What: One-day workshops
When: 12th and 17th October
Where: Germany and Switzerland
Cost: Free
Registration: German registration and Swiss registration

Christoph Krahenbuhl will be joining a range of expert speakers at two TraceLink events. At each free one-day workshop he will be explaining the EU-FMD and how your organisation can meet the February 2019 deadline.

Can’t make these events but still need serialization help?

Don’t worry. Find out how we can help you to add value to your solution while overcoming the challenges of traceability readiness, on-boarding your CMOs, and onboarding to the European hub. Email and talk to us about serialization.




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