Over 150 participating exhibitors from all over India and estimated to attract 4500+ visitors
UBM India, organisers of CPhI and P-MEC India, hosted the third edition of PharmaLytica 2016 (August 5–6). The two day event was inaugurated by Dr PV Appaji, Director General, Pharmexcil; Partha Sarathi Reddy, Chairman & Managing Director, Hetero Drugs; AVS Chakravarthi, CEO & Managing Director, Ecobliss India; Dr Rao Vadlamudi, President, Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) and Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India at the HITEX Exhibition Center.
PharmaLytica provided a platform for the pharma industry experts from analytical and bio tech, lab equipments and lab chemicals, pharma machinery and outsourcing solutions background. The event is being held in Hyderabad.
Through an entire range of sessions and discussions as part of the PharmaLytica conference, the event has been able to help the pharma community keep updated with the latest industry trends and innovations pertaining to the analytical, biotechnology, laboratory, pharma machinery and outsourcing services sector.
The third edition of PharmaLytica has participants from over 150 exhibitors from across the country. Few major participants include, Ingersoll Rand India, Chemipack India, Kirloskar Co’ Newtronic Lifecare’ Shiv Shakti Process Equipment; GMP Technical Solutions; Integrated Cleanroom Technology, Captech Systems, Galaxy Sivtek, First Source Laboratory Solutions, Polmon Instruments, Osworld Scientific Equipments, Charles River Laboratories – India, Humidity Technologies, Medica Instruments, Jay Instruments & Systems, Daicel Chiral Technologies (India), Scientific Research Instruments Company, Sefar India and Suntec Teknopak Cleanrooms & Containments amongst others.
Speaking at the inauguration of the event, Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, “Analytical, bio-technology, lab equipment, pharma machinery and outsourcing services in India is set for huge augmentation owing to quality, research, regulatory and environmental compliances. Consequently, the need of the hour for Indian industry players is to optimise the potential of today’s landscape with better product and service offerings. To further market these offerings to a wider audience and in-turn stimulate trade amongst this niche Pharma sector, UBM India brings the 3rd edition of PharmaLytica, an industry platform dedicated to analytical, outsourcing, laboratory, Pharma Machinery and biotechnology sectors. PharmaLytica will not only enable the exhibitors and visitors to network and connect but will also help the pharma community to pick up the latest industry trends and inventions pertaining to these sectors with its power-packed conferences.”
He further added, “Being a leader in the pharma exhibition space, this year, UBM India is also proud to announce the launch of the ‘India Pharma Week’ while celebrating a decade of CPhI and P-MEC India. The weeklong event which will be held concurrently at the Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) and Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai will host over 10 sub events which will focus on business, knowledge, leadership, innovation and recognition in the field of pharma, strengthening our foothold in the sector.”
Day 1 saw sessions on ‘Status and Trend of Global Innovative Drugs – The Power of Partnerships and Alliances’, ‘Contemporary Clinical Trials – Issues and Concerns’, ‘Good Pharmacovigilance Practice’, Role of technology and Health outcomes: A peek into the Future, ‘Converting Pharmaceutical innovation into sustainable productivity’ and ‘Diagnostic Clinics – Role of Real World Data’. Day 2 will include sessions on ‘India’s Continued Alignment with the Global Pharmaceutical Industry’ ‘GMP Regulations for Pharma Industry’, ‘Advancements and Impacts of Analytical and Bioanalytical Techniques’, ‘Advances in Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry’, ‘Laboratory Analytical Market –Statusquo and Future’, ‘Global impact of Industry 4.0 on Pharma Manufacturing’ and ‘ISA Standards in the context of the Food and Pharmaceutical industry’.
The sessions have some prominent names from the industry such as Dr Akhilesh Sharma, Chief Medical Officer & Global Head, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories; Dr Ambrish Srivastava, Vice President: Medical Affairs, Clinical Research and Regulatory, Alkem Labs; Dr Ajoy Roy, Senior Medical Director, Head India Medical Services, Parexel International (India); Dr Shubhadeep Sinha, Vice President & Head Global Pharmacovigilance Clinical Development, Hetero Group; Santosh Shevade, CSE Group Head, Clinical Development, Novartis Healthcare; Dr Rashmi Hegde, Director-Medical, Abbott Healthcare India; Dr Bhavana Bhagat, DGM Drug Safety & Risk Management, Lupin; Dr Sharad Mankumare, Director of Reference Standard Laboratory, United States of Pharmacopeia (USP), Hyderabad; Dr Hemant Borgaonkar, Technical Consultant, Labindia; Mr Sivaram PV, Managing Director, B&R Industrial Automation; Sharad Karve, General Manager, Schneider Electric & President ISA (International Society for Automation, Hyderabad) and Dr Keshava Prasad, Faculty Scientist, Institute of Bioinformatics, Bangalore.
The event also features an Innovation Gallery with eight participating companies showcasing their innovation and latest technology. The participating companies are Biopharmax India, Galaxy Sivtek, Gandhi Automations, Scientific Research Instruments Company, Polmon Instruments, SK Pharma Machinery, Landsky Engineers and Orbit Technologies, Hyderabad.