Pharma Pro&Pack Expo from 19 to 21 September 2019 in Hyderabad

Trade fair for the pharma processing and packaging machineries

Pharma Pro&Pack Expo 2019
Pharma Pro&Pack Expo along with analytica Anacon India & India Lab Expo is going to be held in Hitex, Hyderabad from 19 to 21 September 2019

Pharma Pro&Pack Expo is said to be India’s leading trade fair that focuses on pharma manufacturing technologies. The 2019 edition of Pharma Pro&Pack Expo along with analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo is going to be held in Hitex, Hyderabad from 19 to 21 September. The exhibitor profile is a curated list of companies dealing in pharma processing machines, clean room technologies, packaging machineries, materials & consumables, water treatment plants along with, turn-key contractors and project consultants.

Experts and professionals from engineering, packaging, production, operations, purchase, maintenance, technical, formulation, plant management, project teams among others, get an opportunity to witness the latest innovations influencing the market at Pharma Pro&Pack Expo.

2018 edition witnessed a huge footfall from industry

The 2018 edition of Pharma Pro&Pack along with co-located shows analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo amassed sensational response from both participants and visitors. More than 260 exhibitors successfully showcased their brands and products to over 9,500 visitors. The show witnessed a huge footfall from industry professionals and executives from top pharma companies in and around Hyderabad at Pharma Pro&Pack Expo, as per the organizers.

Pharma Pro&Pack Expo – Gearing up for a bigger edition in 2019

According to the organizers, this year Pharma Pro&Pack Expo is estimated to pull in approximately 10,500 visitors from the pharma industry. An expansive 12,500 square meters of exhibiting area is gearing up to provide state-of-the art exhibiting facilities to more than 300 exhibitors in the 2019 edition of Pharma Pro&Pack Expo along with analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo.

Association with IPMMA

Pharma Pro&Pack Expo is jointly organized by Indian Pharma Machinery Manufacturers Association (IPMMA) and Messe Muenchen India. This collaboration claims to bring in top ranking exhibitors to the show guaranteeing advantageous opportunities for both exhibitors and visitors.

Mahendra Mehta, president of Indian Pharma Machinery Manufacturers Association (IPMMA) expressed his views on the alliance and said, “Our association with Messe Muenchen India for Pharma Pro&Pack Expo has proven to be highly profitable for our association members, the exhibition not just provides favorable grounds for business transactions but it also brings the industry professionals together on one stage, facilitating a healthy dialogue and consequently encouraging business alliances.”

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