Pharma Expo Will Feature 160 Companies in Las Vegas

June 21, 2015

When PACK EXPO Las Vegas kicks Sept. 28-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, it will be collocated with Pharma Expo – which will have the latest manufacturing advances for the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, nutraceutical and medical device industries.

Pharma EXPO is produced in partnership by PACK EXPO owner and organizer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, and the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE).

Together, the two shows will provide access to 2,000 processing and packaging solutions providers and 30,000 attendees.

“Co-locating these two shows offers a powerful opportunity to share ideas across industries,” said Charles D. Yuska, president and CEO of PMMI, owner and producer of the PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows.

He added, “We’re delivering the best of both worlds to attendees who need solutions now and in the future.”

Pharma EXPO will feature more than 160 solutions providers addressing the entire pharmaceutical supply chain.

On site, attendees can expect to see many innovations, according to show management, such as the XR75 Transdermal Patch Inspection technology by Anritsu. 

This new X-Ray technology is used to inspect patches and is specifically designed for low-density, thin products with full inspection of both product and seal area.

In addition to the variety of new technologies that will be on display, Pharma EXPO will provide educational opportunities to help industry professionals stay ahead of game-changing market trends and regulations.

The Innovation Stage at Pharma EXPO will offer free half-hour educational sessions from industry experts, highlighting new technologies and ideas for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing.

The show will also feature ISPE’s conference program, with tracks concentrating on manufacturing operations, compliance trends and pharmaceutical packaging.

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