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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer


Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer (PMPS) is a specialist journal designed to provide worldwide coverage of a range of topics relating to the pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging sector.

Published quarterly, the journal functions as a platform of communication and information-sharing for executive and strategic decision-makers within the industry, identifying new trends and marketing opportunities as well as highlighting the latest innovations in this dynamic environment. PMPS is specifically designed to interest those in the pharmaceutical, biotech, nutritional and medical device industries who are actively seeking to source services for improved efficiency in what is an increasingly competitive market.

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Jonathan Smith

Katharine Marsh

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Featured in this issue
Cool Chain, Cargo & Logistics
Strategic Partnerships

The Extra Mile

Kamaljit Hunjam
at CEVA Logistics reviews the relationship between a pharma company and its logistics provider. As one of the key links in the supply chain, this affiliation should grow and develop to serve both parties in old and new markets.
Packaging, Packing and Anti-Counterfeiting
Electronic Packaging

A Smart Approach

The Internet of Things technology is continuously advancing – but how can the packaging sector leverage such innovation? Roosje Watson at the Centre for Process Innovation uncovers the benefits of this combination for the manufacturer, supply chain and, ultimately, the consumer.

Thinking Small

Elanor Pinto-Cocozza
at Catalent Pharma Solutions discusses a problem that needs to be addressed: the number of drugs that are poorly soluble and permeable in the market. She argues that the answer could be micronisation, with benefits ranging from manufacturing right through to patient compliance.

Edited by
Robert Harris
Chief Technical Officer at Juniper Pharma Services
Published quarterly in
February, May,
August and November


Industry Events

Outsourcing in Clinical Trials West Coast 2017

22-23 February 2017, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel, 1333 Bayshore Highway, Burlingame, 94010

The flagship Outsourcing in Clinical Trials event on the West Coast returns to Burlingame on February 22-23 2017. The must-attend event will bring together over 700 clinical professionals from the Bay Area and beyond, to discuss clinical outsourcing strategies and overcome key challenges within clinical operations.
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News and Press Releases

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