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Pharma Packaging, Labelling, Serialization, Track and Trace 2018


On 19 September 2018, Mumbai’s Kohinoor Continental Hotel will host the ‘Pharma Packaging, Labelling, Serialisation, Track and Trace 2018’ conference. The goal of the conference is to offer insights into the most emerging best practices and industry expertise in the field of packaging and labeling in the pharmaceutical sector. Additionally, the conference is aimed at packaging, labeling, serialization, track and trace, and artwork experts from across big and small pharma, who will come together to share case studies, discuss the current challenges and find suitable solutions.

Key speakers

Furthermore, key speakers at the conference include Omprakash S Sadhwani, joint commissioner (Nashik Division), Food and Drugs Administration (M.S.); Amit Kale, associate vice president – Packaging and Automation, Reliance; TAPAN PATI, director and senior legal counsel, South Asia, Johnson & Johnson; Vishwanath Malkar, president quality management, ASolution Pharmaceuticals; Chandra Sekhar, vice president quality, Reliance Life Sciences; Samir Vasavada, associate director – MS&T and PLM, Abbott; Lokesh Sharma, director – Supply Chain, Eisai Pharmaceuticals; Shaligram Rane, site quality head, Biotech Division, Lupin; Naresh Tondare, head – India and Nepal Regulatory Affairs, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals; Milind Antani, partner in-charge – Pharma LifeSciences, Nishith Desai Associates; Alap Gandhi, head – Medical Affairs, Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK); SR Salunkhe, former assistant commissioner, FDA Maharashtra; Ranjit Barshikar, QbD/CGMP Consulting, Member Editorial Board Journal of Generic Medicines, England; Vineet Chaudhary, deputy general counsel, Wockhardt; and Virendra Singh, manager packaging development, Stelis.

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