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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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Featured in this issue
Manufacturing
Central and Eastern European CDMOs

Watching the East


In recent years, the demand for contract service providers in Central and Eastern European countries has grown. With a particular focus on Slovakia, Anthony Sheehan at Saneca Pharma highlights the reasons behind this and assesses the European market.
INHALATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPLEMENT
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Breathing In

This year’s Respiratory Drug Delivery conference taking place in Nice, France, promises first class innovations and scientific content. Find out how to register and what is in store at RDD Europe 2017.
  INTERVIEWS
Q&A: GDP Compliance

Reach for the Sky


PMPS interviews Peter Musola of Kenya Airways Cargo to illustrate how the company ensures Good Distribution Practice to achieve better compliance with regards to the cold chain. With the African air network expanding, Peter describes the challenges and pitfalls of creating a network on the continent.

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


 

Industry Events

Clinical Trial Supply Logistics & Temperature Management Forum

22-24 May 2017, Hotel Del Coronado| San Diego, CA

Ensuring timely distribution and formulating key forecasting methods to avoid clinical trial disruptions. We have gathered the sharpest minds from Eli Lilly, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Anthera, Genentech, and many more to optimize inventory processes, package and labeling, multi-vendor management, and new forecasting ideas that demonstrate safety, efficacy, and dosage in your clinical trial supply chain at the: Clinical Trial Supply Logistics & Temperature Management Forum
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News and Press Releases

The 3rd CEE Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Excellent Awards Were Handed Out

More than 400 decision makers and professionals attended PHARM Connect this year from over 25 countries with the same purpose: sharing their experiences, building new partnerships, finding the best solutions for their company and preparing for the challenges of the new regulations.
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White Papers

Unmet Medical Needs? Impacted by unmet Life Sciences Staffing Needs?

Clinical Professionals

Whilst the majority of Clinical Professionals clients are working to discover and develop innovative, cost effective medicines that address unmet medical needs they are not impacting the unmet needs of training and developing new recruits into the pharma industry. The impact is highlighted within entry level Clinical Trial Administrators and Clinical Research Associates (CTA/CRA). In the past the Pharmaceutical industry had highly developed training programs for these sought after candidates. As the use of outsourcing models and CRO’s has increased and fewer Pharma businesses embark on their own R&D a substantial gap is developing in newly trained Life Science graduates entering the market to commence a career within R&D. As further financial cuts are made within R&D spend this already dire situation continues to escalate.
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