Healthcare Packaging EXPO Provides
the Latest in Pharmaceutical
Insights and technological innovations provide solutions to a wide
range of industry challenges.
By Sean Riley, Senior Director, Media and Industry Communications, PMMI
Technologies and solutions for the pharmaceutical industry will be on display this fall at Healthcare Packaging EXPO, September 25-27, at the Las Vegas
Products, equipment, and technology featured
will include automation, continuous processing,
cleaning and sterilization, cold chain logistics,
commissioning, qualification and validation, dose
processing, quality control and assurance, and
track and trace solutions.
Co-located with North America’s largest
packaging trade show, PACK EXPO Las Vegas
2017, the event will convene 250 exhibitors
across 100,000 net square feet equipped with
demonstrations of supply chain innovations for
nutraceutical, and medical device
Healthcare Packaging EXPO is the
successor to the most comprehensive
pharmaceutical event of recent years,
and the show continues to offer vast
solutions for attendees and business
opportunities for exhibitors.
Owned and produced by PMMI,
The Association for Packaging and
Processing Technologies, both shows
will collectively bring together more
than 2,000 exhibitors and 30,000
attendees, including C-level executives,
engineers, plant managers, researchers
and developers, brand and marketing
managers, quality controllers, specifiers,
purchasers, and packaging designers.
Powering Innovation in Pharma Production
Biopharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and medical
device manufacturers will see firsthand an array
of solutions to confidently manage new industry
trends and challenges. In addition to serving as a
hub of innovation, the show will also be a source of
insight and education about improved efficiencies for
healthcare manufacturing and processing.
Pharmaceutical and medical device processors
will have access to exhibitor-provided solutions
on the event floor as well as educational
programming during the course of the show.
Supplier-led educational opportunities and insight
from industry experts will address a range of
topical trends regarding regulatory compliance,
automation, and serialization technology.