Tracesci Global’s track and trace solutions at CPHI and PMEC 2023

Addressing compliance challenges within pharmaceutical industry

Kunal Kothari of Tracesci Global at CPHI and PMRC

Tracesci Global, a leading provider of track and trace solutions, showcased its cutting-edge technology at the recently concluded CPHI and PMEC 2023 expo held in Greater Noida from 28 to 30 November 2023. This was the second time Tracesci Global participated in this event.

Throughout the exhibition, Tracesci Global emphasized its focus on addressing the evolving global compliance challenges faced by pharmaceutical companies. “Our primary emphasis throughout the event centered on addressing global compliance challenges within the pharmaceutical industry. This strategic focus underscores our commitment to delivering comprehensive solutions that enhance traceability and compliance for pharmaceutical companies worldwide,” said Kunal Kothari, GM – software and applications, Tracesci Global.

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Tracesci Global solution in action at the expo

Commenting on the overall experience, Kothari expressed his satisfaction with the positive response during the expo. He highlighted the unique platform provided by CPHI and PMEC, enabling productive face-to-face interactions with key decision-makers and industry professionals.

“Engaging with pharma brand owners and stakeholders allowed us to delve into insightful technical discussions and gain valuable perspectives on the technological needs and compliance challenges plaguing the sector. The significant interest generated in our track and trace solution demonstrated a strong alignment with the industry’s current requirements,” Kothari said.

Tracesci Global is supporting the PACK.Nxt conference, which is being organized by IPPStar, Packaging South Asia and Threefold at The Lalit Mumbai on 18 January 2024.

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