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CPhI Russia to be held in Moscow from March 28 to 30
CPhI Russia @IPhEB returns to the Russian capital – taking place at the JSC VDNH (VVC), Moscow from March 28 to 30 – as the Government’s Pharma 2020 plan continues to stimulate demand for international pharmaceutical ingredients, manufacturing and packaging equipment. The event’s 4th edition will see the P-MEC zone – for pharma machinery specialists - and the Innopack zone – for pharma packaging professionals; and feature a three-day trade show, the content-led IPhEB Conference (Forum) and numerous networking opportunities.
The event will gather more than 3,000 attendees from 64 countries, and 199 exhibitors to network and do business with the top pharma ingredients, manufacturers, packaging experts, and machining specialists in the region. Attendees are able to gain in-depth insights from the International Forum, a dedicated matchmaking program, speaker sessions, and other networking opportunities.
The programme includes detailed analysis on ‘Compulsory licensing: features, opportunities and threats’, ‘Drugs labelling: first experience and prospects’, ‘Modern assortment solutions and global trends in the pharmaceutical packaging industry’. As well as a session that explores the dramatic rise in new machinery and the move towards increased GM standards – entitled ‘Russian inspectorate does not sleep. Latest news about GMP’.
At CPhI Russia, partnerships are created with leading companies and government institutions from Russia, CIS, and CEE regions. To speed-up and tailor each companies visit, the CPhI Russia pharma matchmaking service allows attendees to schedule meetings with only the most relevant partners – its also enables sellers to becomes buyers as they see new potential suppliers.
For more information, visit: http://www.cphi.com/russia
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