UBM India unveils 10th edition CPhI & P-MEC event

UBM India unveils 10th edition of CPhI & P-MEC event

12:00 PM, 22nd November 2016
Inaugural ceremony of the 10th Edition of UBM India's CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
Inaugural ceremony of the 10th Edition of UBM India's CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.

MUMBAI, INDIA: The 10th-anniversary edition of UBM India’s signature event, CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 was officially launched this year. It is one of the world’s leading pharma networking expos.

To celebrate the milestone, this year’s edition is being held between November 21 and 23 in Mumbai– for the first time, at two concurrent venues – The Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) while it also made its debut at the MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC).

The inauguration of CPhI-P-MEC  2016 occurred parallelly at both the locations in the presence of a dignified crowd of industry leaders including Dr Appaji, director general Pharmexcil; Ravi Uday Bhaskar, additional executive director Pharmexcil; and Satish Wagh, vice chairman Chemexcil & CMD Supriya Lifesciences; among others.

Originating from CPhI Worldwide, the CPhI & P-MEC India was first introduced in 2006. Currently, it has become South Asia's leading pharma meeting place, covering every step of the supply chain, from drug discovery to finished dosage.

CPhI India is an industry platform encircling CROs, CMOs and manufacturers of API, Generics, Excipients and Drug formulation, Fine chemicals, Biosimilars, Finished Formulations, Lab chemicals and Biotechnology. P-MEC, on the other hand, includes manufacturers of pharma machinery and equipment, analytical equipment, automation & robotics, packaging equipment & supplies, plant/facility equipment, automation & controls, processing equipment, RFID, tabletting / capsule fillers, clean room equipment, filling equipment and laboratory products.

The show has grown exponentially over the years, with domestic and foreign exhibitors and visitors engaging over significant levels of business. This year, the expo comprised exciting facets such as the Supplier-Finder Desk (a digital floor plan that enabled visitors find exhibitors based on services or company names), Innovation Gallery (an arena where participating pharma companies were encouraged to showcase innovations on an international platform) and Exhibitor Showcase (a platform where exhibitors demonstrated how their new product launches are going to be efficacious.)

The key companies exhibiting in the 2016 edition at CPhI include Hetero Limited; Nectar Lifesciences Limited; Alembic Pharmaceuticals Limited; Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and Aurobindo Pharma Ltd., among others.  On the other hand, some of the leading companies such as ACG Worldwide; Shimadzu Analytical; Gansons Ltd; Fette GmbH and Accupack Engineering Pvt Ltd will exhibit at P-MEC.

"CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 is perfectly placed to provide a most comprehensive industry platform for every company that deals with pharmaceuticals in India. With it completing a decade in the industry, the expo gave us time to look back, revaluate, and move ahead,” said Yogesh Mudras, managing director, UBM India.

“For the future, we believe that India has a strong potential to become a hub for biopharmaceutical innovation. The time has come for it to emerge as an innovator nation in this sector and play a leading role in collaborative research in biopharmaceuticals," he added.

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