The percentage of new drug candidates that are highly potent is rising, driving the need for additional manufacturing capacity for highly potent compounds. However, producing these challenging molecules is a complex process. Specialised facilities, equipment and highly skilled personnel are required.
The increasing focus on highly potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (HPAPIs) in pharmaceutical development pipelines has led to a growing requirement for the capability to safely handle and contain these hazardous ingredients.
Manufacturing Chemist Live will put professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry ahead of the curve. The two-day conference will address key pharmaceutical HPAPI processing from regulatory and compliance to operational.
Hear from top industry experts from leading companies such as Catalent and Cambrex.
Discover key HPAPI strategies and how to maximise and develop your current processing strategies.
Learn how to maximise the effectiveness of your existing pharmaceutical procedures.
Identify methods to enhance your regimes and how to effectively implement them.
Broaden your industry network by meeting key contacts within the pharma industry.
Find the right pharmaceutical processing supplier for your business during the conference breaks.
Manufacturing Chemist Live is organised by the leading international publication for the pharma industry. The comprehensive international coverage and in-depth articles on key topics make it an indispensable read for those working in or around the global pharmaceutical market place. Find out more >>
Present your company and services to decision makers and influencers from the pharma, biopharma, microbiology and healthcare sectors. For exhibiting and speaking opportunities please contact us.
Venue: The National Conference Centre, Birmingham
Coventry Road Bickenhill Solihull West Midlands B92 0EJ
A fully equipped conference venue, uniquely featuring the National Motorcycle Museum. The National Conference Centre is situated close to Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham International Train Station and the M42 motorway.
Ali Badr on email@example.com or call +44(0) 207 193 6654 for more information on attending, exhibiting or speaking at Manufacturing Chemist Live 2020.