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8th Annual Global Pharma Manufacturing Summit 2013 

27 Jun 2013 - 28 Jun 2013 - Boston, MA, USA

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Over 200 senior executives and decision-makers will spend two days this June to discuss best practices in manufacturing excellence, quality management, outsourcing and contract manufacturing at the Global Pharma Manufacturing Summit

Now in its eighth year, the Global Pharma Manufacturing Summit presents premier networking opportunities for pharma manufacturing industry leaders to discuss and share their expertise. 

The Global Pharma Manufacturing summit is one of North America’s leading annual events, attracting over 150 senior manufacturing professionals to discuss the current challenges, develop improved manufacturing strategies and analyse the latest case studies. 

For more information please visit or call us on (416) 214 1144 or email us at 

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