Interphex adds pavilions to conference
Interphex2006, the world's largest pharmaceutical conference and exhibition, has added new show pavilions this year to address the increasing globalization of the biopharmaceutical industry and the expanding roles of contamination control and RFID. The pavilions concentrate the industry's leading technology suppliers in these markets to help industry professionals target pharmaceutical solutions faster.
"Our aim is to help drug companies stay one step ahead of the game by showcasing tomorrow's solutions today," says RJ Palermo, event director at Reed Exhibitions. "The breadth of technologies and services highlighted at Interphex makes it a `must attend event' every year. These three new pavilions will make the attendee and exhibitor experience more targeted and productive."
In its 27th year, Interphex will take place at the JavitsConvention Center in New York from March 21-23. Approximately 950 leading global companies serving the pharmaceutical and biotechnical industries will showcase the latest lines of equipment, technologies and services in the areas of pharmaceutical manufacturing, sourcing and services, IT and facilities. To learn more about Interphex, go to www.interphex.com
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