The exhibition which is to held from 21-23, September, 2017 offers immense business opportunities to national and international pharma buyers as well as machinery manufacturers
PHARMA Pro&Pack Expo 2017 co-located with IndiaLAb Expo 2017 / Analytica Anacon 2017 will be held between 21-23, September, 2017 at HiTEX, Hyderabad, India. It is expected that more than 450+ exhibitors will be participating and around 18,000 trade visitors and serious buyers will attend the exhibitions.
India is said to be the next ‘Pharma Capital’ of the world. With stringent regulatory environment within the country, pharmaceutical companies are meeting the highest quality standards which are at par with international regulatory standards. Meeting high standards of quality is only possible with a robust pharma processing and packaging machinery system as well as its ancillaries available at the doorsteps for the Indian pharma manufacturers at a highly competitive cost.
According to Rattan Singhania, Trustee, Indian Pharma Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPMMA), PHARMA Pro&Pack Expo exhibitions creates numerous business opportunities for Indian pharma machinery manufacturers within the country as well as in the overseas markets, due to the vast number of trade visitors who visited the shows from India and abroad. The exhibition also provides a strong business platform to even a smallest entrepreneur to display his technical skills to national and international pharma buyers. Moreover, the exhibition remains a healthy trade domain for every exhibiting company with equal opportunity of growth and meets all the trade attendees at the show.
Such international trade events happening at our doorsteps play most important roles to nurture the domestic business of pharma machineries and lab equipment manufacturers. It encourages solution providers to grow their business in a fair and transparent trade-ecology. With the launch of this exhibition, PHARMA Pro&Pack Expo in its first year (the year 2013) emerged as the largest most resourceful Indian pharma machinery exhibition in this sub-continent. Over period of time, it scaled up to accommodate more number of national and international pharma machinery manufacturers and solution providers in bigger way, added Singhania.
Looking to the response to the previous editions of PHARMA Pro&Pack Expo exhibitions from the industry, Mahendra Mehta, President, IPMMA and CEO, Parle Global Technologies said, “The 2017 edition of PHARMA Pro&Pack Expo will be the fifth edition, which would be beneficial in line with the Make-in-India programme initiated by the current government. At the same time, it is very interesting to have foreign buyers alongside the national buyers inspecting our products.” Speaking about the quality of products made by Indian pharma machine manufacturers, Mehta informed that seeing is believing and when you showcase and demonstrate the working of your products to buyers at the show, the product speaks for itself. As far as the quality of the exhibit machines are concerned, there are distinct improvements over the
past editions of the show.
The exhibitors have also turned more responsive when compared with the past editions.