Streamline Packaging Processes, Increase Patient Safety and Ensure Compliance
Packaging and Labelling 2015 is an industry led event with expert speakers across pharma, biotech, and influential associations such as EFPIA, EGA and GS1.
Europe’s most senior-level industry-led packaging event brings pharmaceutical leaders from all functional groups across packaging, serialisation, artwork and labelling for three influential days of case-study driven discussions.
At the 2015 Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling Summit, engage in strategic discussions with packaging experts from Eli Lilly, GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, AstraZeneca, Abbott and Bayer and gain expert knowledge on best practice for new programme and technology implementation.
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Join 80+ industry experts at the 2015 Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling Summit in Zurich and take advantage of this opportunity to network and improve your skill-base to ensure continuous improvement.
"Broad panel, lots of experiences and very fruitful discussions" - Roche delegate
"Fantastic opportunity to network with industry peers" - GSK delegate
Don't miss out - Brand new case studies for 2015 include:
- Developing cost-effective processes to increase the efficiency of your packaging lines with Gianluca Fioravanti, GlaxoSmithKline
- Examining recent work to develop an open architecture for track and trace and understand how you can facilitate increased visibility through your supply chain with Marcel De Grutter, Abbott
- Developing innovative packaging design strategies the reflect the needs of patients to enhance patient compliance with Phill Marley, AstraZeneca
- Evaluating the standards set for incorporating tamper-evident features into packaging and reduce the access of counterfeit drugs to market with Hussein Al-Qasim, Genericon
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to hear the latest case studies and share experiences with pharmaceutical leaders! Register now!
Gain the knowledge to increase the efficiency of your packaging lines and establish a clear direction to increase patient safety through use all functional groups across packaging, serialisation, artwork and labelling.