MUMBAI, India, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The 2nd edition of InnoPack Pharma taking place from 27-28 June 2013, in Mumbai, India will gather over 150 packaging professionals and around 30 exhibitors to the confex which is dedicated to pharmaceutical packaging and drug delivery systems.
One of a kind in the Indian healthcare industry, InnoPack India continues to differentiate itself through its high-quality audience and positioning on technological innovations in packaging and delivery systems for pharmaceutical products. "InnoPack provides a platform with good opportunities to network and discuss critical packaging issues," says Ulrike Kreysa, Vice President Healthcare, GS1 Global.
For all the pharma packaging professionals, the 2013 edition will offer many new features in terms of conference topics, networking formats and an exhibition area. This year, as a new approach, InnoPack India will focus on innovation in pharma packaging for compliance and safety. This topic has been chosen as the guiding principle by the strategic advisory board comprising of Gautam Buddha, Senior Director Packaging Development, Dr Reddy's Laboratory; Santanu Chowdhury, Associate Director Packaging Development; Ranbaxy and Rajesh Mishra, General Manager Packaging Development, Abbott to reflect on the important role played by compliance in the development of drug delivery systems and pharmaceutical packaging in order to create innovative solutions improving patient compliance. All the while, changes in regulatory requirements, the need to optimise manufacturing processes, cost reduction and sustainable development must be taken into account.
At the conference, a panel of international experts including Tassilo Korab, Director, Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council Europe (HCPC Europe); Laura Bix, Associate Professor, School Of Packaging - Michigan State University; Robert Winter, Director Materials Management, Pfizer and David Dronneau, Innovation and Technology Head, R&D Clinical Supplies, Sanofi amongst others will tackle different aspects in the development of innovative packaging solutions over the course of more than 20 presentations and a number of debates offering a complete round-up of the current situation and new trends with regard to patient safety and compliance packaging, innovation in packaging materials and drug delivery devices, packaging for differentiation and consumers' perception in packaging, sustainable packaging solutions for drugs and advancements in cost-effective anti-counterfeiting technologies.
InnoPack Pharma Confex brings a series of innovative networking sessions which will take place alongside the conference programme. These meetings will enable participants to discuss in detail and receive expert guidance on current issues. For more information please visit, http://www.innopack-india.com.
Corporate partners and exhibitors include: SMI Coated Products, Karomi Technology, ITC Limited, Videojet Technologies, USP Packaging Solutions, Super Label Mfg Co, Reynders Label Printing, TEWS Elektronik, SNS Pro-pack Equipments, ITW India and West Pharmaceuticals Services.
About the organisers
CPhI India is the largest and most important meeting place for the Indian pharma industry. Each year CPhI attracts around 850 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors to the show, providing us with an unrivalled reach to all the key decision makers in the Indian pharma industry.
About UBM India
UBM India is a subsidiary of UBM plc, which is the second largest independent exhibition organiser in the world. It is the largest trade exhibition organiser in India, responsible for 26 exhibitions in different locations across the country. The company is also involved in the organisation of conference programmes throughout India and in the publications of trade journals and magazines. For further details please visit the UBM India website, http://www.ubmindia.in.
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