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  1. Membership Value Proposition

  2. VisionStatement The Health and Personal Care Logistics Conference (H&PCLC) is dedicated to promoting the goals of their member manufacturing companies by supporting their supply chains through education, provider relations, government relations, advocacy, and professional networking.

  3. H&PCLC Overview • Health & Personal Care and Pharmaceutical Industries has been fulfilling the needs of supply chain professionals within the healthcare industry since 1922. • The H&PCLC conference has evolved and changed over time to encompass all areas and subjects relevant to the supply chain, including collaborations with key service providers. • Based in Washington, DC, the H&PCLC now serves a global community of professionals working in the personal care and pharmaceutical industries. • The H&PCLC works to influence current and future logistics regulatory issues, including security and compliance issues. • The H&PCLC is biannual, occurring each spring and fall. Go to www.hpclcnet.org for details.

  4. WhyJoin? • Our longstanding presence in the industry and ongoing relationships with field experts make becoming a member of the H&PCLC a worthwhile investment for any company seeking real life, practical supply chain solutions. • Only through shared information is it possible for a company of any size to achieve greater savings, streamline operations, and grow in ways that ensure longevity. Our open forum is designed to allow members to share best practices and benchmarking information effectively in a secure environment. • Membership brings representation in lobbying efforts key to the industry and continued understanding of legislative trends in Washington. • As an H&PCLC member, you will have significant advantages when it comes to answering strategic questions, solving current problems, and preparing for future trends. • The H&PCLC provides supply chain and logistics professionals working within the healthcare industry the education, tools, and solutions they need to succeed in the following areas: • Personal Care • Pharmaceutical • Medical Device • Healthcare Packaging • Machinery and Materials • Packaging Machinery Automation • Contract Manufacturing • Assembly

  5. ShipperCompanies • Johnson & Johnson • Merck & Company • GlaxoSmithKline • Novartis • Pfizer Inc • Stryker Corporation • And More • Abbott • Alcon Laboratories Inc • AstraZeneca • Bausch and Lomb • Bayer Corporation • Bristol-Myers Squibb • Estee Lauder

  6. ServiceProviders • Horizon Lines • Kuehne and Nagel • Panalpina • Prime, Inc. • Priority Solutions Intl • Q-Sales & Leasing • Sea Star • Sensitech • Solcare • Source Alliance Network • The Cargo Quilt Products Co. • Total Quality, Inc. • Tucker Company • United Airlines • UPS Companies • ABF Freight Systems • American Airlines • British Airways • Toll Group • Schenker • BDP International Inc • Caribbean Trans. Services • CEVA Logistics • Crowley Liner Services • Danzas • DHL • EnvirotainerInc • Expeditors International • FedEx Companies • Green Mountain Consulting • UTI United States, Inc.

  7. MembershipBenefits • Formal ROI • Discounted member rates • Education • Regulatory & legal counsel • Government relations assistance • Transportation & logistics provider relations opportunities • Access to industry benchmarking analyses • Opportunities to share and learn from proven best practices • Formal connection with a known and respected industry-focused organization • Opportunities to network and develop business relationships • Access to member-shared areas of H&PCLC website, www.hpclcnet.org

  8. Conference Eventsand Resources • Conference events keep logistics and supply chain professionals informed of industry trends and developments. • Communications partnerships with SupplyChainBrain and other publications allow us to provide members and attendees with current industry information, the latest solutions, and up-to-date industry headline news. • Our website, www.hpclcnet.org, provides controlled access to a historical archive of previous conference presentations and exclusive member-shared benchmarking surveys. • A scholarship program is available for deserving students who are dependents of conference member company employees. • In attendance are educational advisors on the faculty of a major university with a leading logistics and supply chain program.

  9. Past Health & Personal Care Logistics Conference -Conference Themes 2005 Spring - Contingency Planning in a Risky Global Environment 2005 Fall - Global Supply Chain Risk Management 2006 Spring - Managing in the Gathering Storm 2006 Fall - Strategic Planning in the Gathering Storm 2007 Spring - Key Elements of Logistics Infrastructure 2007 Fall - Managing the Complexity of Globally Integrated HPC Supply Chains 2008 Spring - Alignment and Integration in HPC Supply Chains 2008 Fall - Strategic HPC Integration 2009 Spring - Innovative Supply chain solutions 2009 Fall - Deriving Value from SC Innovation in tough Economic Times 2010 Spring - Preparing HPC Supply Chains for Economic Recovery 2010 Fall - Supply Chain Sourcing in a Constrained Environment 2011 Spring - Preparing HPC Supply Chains for Economic Recovery 2011 Fall - Managing Change for the New HPC Supply Chain Value Proposition 2012 Spring - Building Adaptable Supply Chains in the New Turbulence

  10. Past Health & Personal Care Logistics Conference -One Day Program Themes • 2000 January - Sales Forecasting Management (Tom Mentzer) • 2001 January - SCM Performance Metrics (Jim Keebler) • 2002 January - Negotiation Strategies (Lloyd Rinehart) • 2003 January - Managing The Outsourcing Relationship (Cliff Lynch) • 2004 May - Identifying Carrier/Shipper Value And ROI (Ted Stank) • 2005 June - How To Build And Manage The Lean Supply Chain (Mandyam (Srini) Srinivasan) • 2006 June - Managing Your Transportation Relations In The Gathering Storm (Joel Sutherland) • 2007 June - Total Landed Cost Assessment For Global Outsourcing (Mike Jones, St. Onge) • 2008 June - Understanding TSA’s Cargo Carrier Screening Program (TSA) • 2009 June - SCM Risk Management and Mitigation Techniques In HPC(Panels and Speakers) • 2010 June - Supply Chain Visibility • April -Vested Outsourcing • April - Business Continuity Planning

  11. Regulatoryand Legal The conference employs legal counsel to: Provide support for conference members in federal and state regulatory proceedings involving logistics issues affecting their companies. Provide legal support for individuals of member companies negotiating agreements for supply chain or logistics services. Act as a spokesperson recognized by the US Congress as an expert on logistics matters affecting member industries. Act as the conference’s Washington watchdog by protecting member interests in legislation that affects their companies. Allow members to benefit from 31+ years of experience in transportation law. Publish communications that keep members informed of regulatory and legal concerns that could potentially impact the conference.

  12. EducationalAdvisors Dr. Theodore (Ted) P. Stank Bruce Chair of Excellence in Business and Supply Chain Management tstank@utk.edu 311 Stokely Management Center The University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996-0530 Dr. Terry Esper Associate Professor of Logistics Department of Marketing and Logistics University of Tennessee tesper@utk.edu 306 Stokely Management Center The University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996

  13. LegalAdvisor Mr. John M. Cutler, Jr. McCarthy, Sweeney & Harkaway, P.C. Suite 700 1825 K Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20006 jcutler@mshpc.com

  14. How to Becomea Member The H&PCLC is committed to helping members improve their professionalism, sources of information, and technical knowledge. To participate in our coordinated industry effort and become part of H&PCLC, please register online or contact one of our membership co-chairs: Katrina Hines Membership Chairperson (908) 904-6002 khines1@cscus.JnJ.com

  15. Membership Costs Registration Fees Spring Conference1st or 2nd week of AprilRittenhouse Hotel,  Philadelphia , PA Member Registration $395 Guest Registration $595 2011 Fall Conference2nd or 3rd week of OctLongboat Key Resort, Longboat Key , FL Member Registration $595 Guest Registration $795 Membership Fees Full Membership $1500 Associate Membership $500

  16. Health & Personal Care Logistics Conference Website http://www.hpclcnet.org