Around the World in 80 ways – Catalent expert to present on clinical distribution supply chain at 2012 ISPE Japan

Posted: 10 April 2012 | | No comments yet

Esther Sadler-Williams will lead two discussions…

Esther Sadler-Williams, Senior Director Strategic Alliance Development, Clinical Supply Services at Catalent Pharma Solutions will lead two discussions, “Around the World in 80 Ways: How to Ensure a Lean and Efficient Clinical Distribution Supply Chain,” and “IP COP Booklet Label Task Team–Booklet Label Strategy,” at the 10th Annual ISPE Japan Affiliate Meeting, to be held in Hiroshima, Japan on Friday, April 13, 2012 at 1:10 p.m. and 3:40 p.m., respectively.

Mrs. Sadler-Williams’ first presentation will focus on the utilization of lean practices to create distribution efficiencies for global supply chains. The main areas of discussion will be on distribution strategy, distribution network and guidelines for achieving a lean distribution process.

Her second presentation will focus on booklet labeling strategies and the key objectives of an ISPE global task force, which includes the creation of a guidance document which will harmonize the approach to the production of booklet labels across the industry that meets the needs of sites, regulators and patients.

As a worldwide clinical supply services leader, Catalent Pharma Solutions has deep industry knowledge, global scale, innovative clinical packaging solutions and supply chain expertise to help improve efficiency and reduce clinical trial timelines.

Esther Sadler-Williams is currently Senior Director, Strategic Alliance Development for Catalent Pharma Solutions and is EU chair of the ISPE Investigational Products COP. As a pharmacist, Mrs. Sadler-Williams has had nearly 30 years experience in various pharmaceutical fields most latterly in Clinical Supply environments but her experience also includes 5 years with Sanofi Winthrop where she was Head of Research Services during which time she managed groups of CRA.’s medical writers and information/adverse event surveillance specialists. Previous roles include Principal Pharmacist with the Regional Drug Information Service at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester, and Pharmacy Manager with Boots the Chemist.

For more information or to register for the conference, click here.

To learn more about Catalent’s Clinical Packaging and Labeling Technologies, click here, to learn more about Catalent’s Clinical Supply Services, click here.

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