Luiz BarberiniOperations Mng - External Manufacturing Latin America Head
MBA, mechanical engineer, American Society for Quality Controle CQE and APICS CPIM certified, with three post-graduations.
Has worked for more than 20 years in Supply Chain’s related activities, Procurement and Logistics at Ford Motors Co., Rhône-Poulenc , British American Tobacco, Pfizer Laboratories, Takeda Pharmaceutical and Merck, Sharp & Dohme.
For 2 years has coordinated the dangerous goods’ transports’ comitee at ABIQUIM – Brazilian Chemical Industries Association.
Currently works as Latin America External Manufacturing Operations for Bayer’s Consumer Care division and teaches Negotiation&Procurement, Demand Management and Quality Management in Supply Chain for some major post graduation schools in São Paulo – Brazil. Additionally, presents Seminars and Workshops on Brazilian events.
• Evaluate how to create a stronger collaboration with external contract manufacturers
• Enhance manufacturing processes by producing a long term strategic partnership
• Ensure transparency and regulatory compliance between partners
10:35 AM Scenario Round Tables
Each round table will discuss a different “what if” scenario that mirrors a real CDMO
situation. Develop strategies to overcome these likely scenarios and share past
experiences and ideas. After 30 minutes, rotate round to be met with another scenario!
Luiz Barberini, Operations Manager - External Manufacturing Latin America, Bayer
Kyriakos Berberidis, Director External Manufacturing and Supply, Janssen
Patrik Kass, Director External Supply operations, Orion
Stefano Seminara, External Manufacturing Technical Manager, Bayer
-Understand when it is the right decision to walk away from your CDMO
-Learn how to rectify miscommunication between partners
-Establish the consideration in practicality and timelines of transferring of processes