Packaging not only helps safeguard the drug but also helps patients to comply as per the prescribed dosage. India is one the largest producer of pharmaceuticals, and hence, the importance of packaging cannot be understated.
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With the US and Europe looking to boost quality and safety of the medicines entering their markets, it is the need of the hour for Indian pharma companies to provide high quality and innovative packaging solutions without increasing their costs.
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Against this backdrop, CPhI Conferences is launching InnoPack India 2012, taking place from 11-13 September at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Mumbai, a much awaited strategic initiative focusing on the most critical issues pertaining to pharmaceutical packaging. This strategic event will cover an array of issues like innovative packaging materials to effectively comply with international standards, anti-counterfeiting measures, 2D bar-coding implementation, quality and cost control measures under primary, secondary and tertiary packaging and will provide solutions to comply with the regulatory protocols, safeguard your drug and enhance patient care!
With eminent speakers such as Edward Dunn (Senior Director, Packaging Technology); Ulrike Kreysa (Vice President Healthcare, GS1 Global); William Bosley (Senior Labelling Specialist, Watson Pharmaceuticals); Prabir Das (Vice President Packaging Development, Mylan); Gautam Buddha (Senior Director Packaging, Dr Reddy's Laboratory); Rajesh Mishra (General Manager Packaging Development, Abbott Healthcare); and BK Karna (Deputy Director and Campus Head, Indian Institute of Packaging) already on board, InnoPack India 2012 will bring together 80+ heads of packaging development and packaging R&D from pharmaceutical manufacturers, and will provide practical take-aways to develop innovative, intelligent, integrated and cost-effective packaging solutions.