CPhI Launches CPhI North America

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The conference will take place from May 16–18, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

CPhI, organizer of pharmaceutical business and networking events in Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, Russia, and Istanbul, announced on April 13, 2016 that it will be hosting the first CPhI North America conference, from May 16–18, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. The event is positioned to connect buyers and sellers across  the pharmaceutical supply chain,  pharmaceutical ingredients, contract services, packaging, machinery, technology, finished dosage formulations, and bio services in the North American market, CPhI reports.

CPhI North America will offer networking and educational opportunities, including an onsite conference program hosted in partnership with CBI, a life-science conference producer. The event will focus on the buying and selling of pharmaceutical ingredients and APIs, contract services, packaging, machinery/technology, finished dosage formulation, and biopharmaceuticals.

CPhI North America will be co-located with InformEx, a chemistry innovation event. The following brands, affiliated with CPhI Worldwide, will comprise the zoned show floor:

  • CPhI North America will focus on pharmaceutical ingredients with exhibiting companies covering ingredients, APIs, excipients, and more.

  • ICSE will connect the pharmaceutical community with outsourcing solution providers.

  • InnoPack will offer innovative and diverse drug-delivery solutions to satisfy the changing way in which medication is packaged and delivered.

  • FDF will bring every aspect of the finished dosage supply chain together, from Big Pharma and CMO, to out-licensing specialists, end product distributors, end user agents and home markets.

CPhI North America team will be hosting a preview event for prospective exhibitors and interested media on May 25, 2016 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

CPhI, CBI, and Pharmaceutical Technology are UBM plc brands.

Source: CPhI