What to expect from the first day of ACI 2016
Feb 23, 2016:Delivering the ‘Make in India’ vision to the world the air cargo way (@11 am, Ballroom 1, Grand Hyatt)AIR CARGO INDIA will feature for the first time a special panel discussion on the ‘Make in India’ vision with a special emphasis on air logistics.The session titled “Delivering the ‘Make in India’ vision to the world the air cargo way” on the inaugural day shall consist of experts from the industry who shall provide insight on the implications of the ‘Make in India’ vision for the supply chain.Speakers in the session include Russi Batliwala, CEO, Chapman Freeborn; Michael Steen, EVP & Chief Commercial Officer, Atlas Worldwide; Huned Gandhi, CEO, Dacsher India; Sanjiv Edward, Chairman, TIACA & Head of Cargo Business, Delhi International Airport; D Murali, Executive Director, Cargo, Air India; Manoj Singh, Vice President & Head of Cargo, Mumbai International Airport. Glyn Hughes, Global Head of Cargo for the International Air Transport Association (IATA), will moderate the session.Pharma Shippers Forum (@3pm, Ballroom 1, Grand Hyatt)The Pharma Air Shippers Forum is the highlight of the three-day event that will bring leading professionals of the air cargo industry from around the world.The Pharma Air Shippers Forum, themed around India, the world’s pharma export hub: global perspectives” will be attended by logistics and supply chain heads of leading pharmaceutical manufacturing companies, pharma exporters, specialist forwarders, airports, airlines, handlers, truckers, cold chain experts, pharma logisticians, drug controllers and government regulators.Some of the speakers are Ryan Viegas, Vice President, Supply Chain & Procurement, Watson Pharma (Actavis); Dharmesh Jain, General Manager, Purchase, Reliance Life Sciences; Rajesh Pednekar, Consultant, Pharma Supply Chain; Steven Polmans, Head of Cargo, Brussels Airport Company; Rakesh Shah, Director, Supply Chain & Strategic Dealer Management, Merck Serono Ltd. India; T V Madhusudan, Dy. General Manager, Distribution, RPG Life Sciences Limited.
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