Event Date/Time: May 15, 2012 End Date/Time: May 17, 2012
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According to PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Indian pharmaceutical market is expected to grow from US$11 billion to US$74 billion by 2020. All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists (AIOCD) reported that India's pharmaceutical market grew at 15.7% during December 2011, with growth in key therapy areas, including anti-diabetics, derma and vitamins. How can you ensure that your firm is rightly positioned to become the next superpower for pharma manufacturing needs?

Attend Pharma Manufacturing 2012, a not-to-be missed event for pharma manufacturers, highlighting best practice strategies to overcome real-life manufacturing challenges and learn recent technology advancements to reduce cost and time and deliver high quality products. Hear expert viewpoints on best practice strategies to ensure global compliance and proactive preparation for upcoming challenges and explore untapped opportunities!

Why Attend?
Pharma Manufacturing 2012 delves into providing in-depth knowledge and innovative techniques to deal with day-to-day and rare challenges faced by the manufacturing sector. Learn about:
• Latest developments in technology in process automation, EHS, process optimisation, scale-up, inventory management and QbD
• Practical case studies on application of lean manufacturing
• Innovation hot-spots facilitating the showcase of latest innovative techniques, equipment and software for process automation, data management, real time tracking, packaging and QbD
• Best practice strategies for risk assessment, capacity planning, inventory management, scale-up and expansion


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PLUS! Don’t miss the practical workshop on cGMP audits: Learn recent trends, and gain implementable solutions to overcome preparation, documentation, management, all-time-readiness and other challenges in cGMP compliance as per global regulatory strategies Who should attend: A must-attend event for knowledge seekers in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry including Heads, Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers, Managers and Executives in the fields of Manufacturing, Operations, Production, Process Development, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Supply Chain Management, Technology Transfer, Outsourcing, Plant Design, Facility Design, Automation, Risk Management