India’s largest packing event, Annual InnoPack Pharma Confex, announced by UBM India, will be held on 24 to 25 May 2018 at Sahara Star, Mumbai after 6 successful editions of Innopack for pharmaceutical packaging professionals solution providers. The conference will higlight the pharmaceutical innovations of packaging to enhance sustainability and simplify usage for patients through adoption of latest technologies.
The 7th Annual InnoPack Pharma Confex is committed to be the biggest platform for pharma packaging professionals to involve in exchange of ideas and knowledge, network expansion, and creation of future alliances besides illuminating the future of the pharma packaging industry.
The topics that will be covered in the conference will revolve around new ideas and innovations in pharmaceutical packaging to improve sustainability and break down the usage for patients to make it easier by the use of latest technologies. The 2-day confex will ensure that the audience, speakers and exhibitors engage continuously through various networking activities.
The speakers will include Dr. K Bangarurajan (Central Drugs Standard Control Organization), Prof Pierre Pienaar (World Packaging Organization), Nihar Medh (Cipla), Avinash Talwar (Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories), and many other renowned visionaries. The confex will also cover the ever-evolving challenges and solutions in pharmaceutical packaging, including the recent developments and innovations. The future of 3D printing, track and trace, advancements in prefilled syringes, serialization, packaging design and artwork will also be discussed.
Offering a single platform to meet key packaging stakeholders across leading pharmaceutical and packaging segments, the event will encompass 700+ attendees from 350 companies who will come together to create a unique environment to meet, learn, and share ideas. Other key highlights include 50+ exhibitors showcasing their products and solutions, and in-depth panel discussions to learn and share knowledge about key aspects of packaging development.
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