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Article | January 31, 2006
Interphex2006 is where the industry meets
Packaging professionals in the pharmaceutical and medical packaging sectors are setting their sights on Interphex, which returns once again to the Jacob K.
Javits Convention Center in New York City.
The 2006 version of the industry’s leading pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing event runs from March 21 through March 23.
When it comes to addressing the needs of the dynamic pharmaceutical and medical industries—processing and packaging as well as product development outsourcing facilities design and automation/information technology—Interphex is the place where the industry meets annually for sourcing products and services networking education and insights into the dynamic issues facing the industry today.
Daily Keynotes provide attendees with insights from industry thought leaders. Among the keynoters: Scott Gottlieb deputy commissioner for FDA’s Medical and Scientific Affairs. And for those seeking increased technical knowledge and a look at emerging trends a complete conference program awaits. Sessions will cover such topics as contamination control outsourcing facilities pilot plant needs RFID PAT strategies printing workflow validation security and anti-counterfeiting.
Also featured at Interphex2006 are
• PharmaIT—for IT solutions that support a faster more powerful and more efficient drug manufacturing business.
• PharmaFacilities—for those interested in building restoring or maintaining a pharmaceutical facility.
• PharmaSourcing & Services—for those who are seeking a new outsourcing partner.
• PharmaManufacturing—in case you need a close-up hands-on look at some of the most advanced new processing and packaging equipment.
For Interphex2006 registration information and a complete list of exhibitors visit www.interphex.com.
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