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10th National Conference And Technology Exhibition On Indian Medical Devices & Plastics Disposables Industry 2013

12 Jan 2013 - 13 Jan 2013 - Ahmedabad, India



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WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON

- Medical Polymers and Processing
- Device Manufacturing
- Market Trends & Export Marketing
- Regulations
- Technology
- Research & Market Developments
- Packaging & Sterilization

Who Should Attend

- Medical Device Manufacturers
- Drug Packagers
- Research Organisations
- Quality Certification Agencies
- Regulatory Agencies
- Designers
- Manufacturers Of Tubes And Injection Moulded Components
- Manufacturers Of Clean Room & Sterilisation Supplies
- Medical Plastics Processors
- Plastics and Additive Producers
- Machinery Suppliers
- Universities And Testing Laboratories
- Financial Institutions
- New Entrepreneurs

Profile of Exhibits :

- Polymeric & Other Raw Materials
- Medical Components And Subassemblies
- Adhesives
- Manufacturing Equipments
- Packaging, Printing & Sterilization Supplies
- Cleanroom Supplies
- Laboratory Equipments & Supplies
- Services For : Manufacturing, Quality Testing, Quality Certification, Technology, Marketing etc.
- Industry Associations
- Publications & Information Providers



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