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International Specialized Exhibition-Conference Complex Support of Pharmaceutical Industry PHARMPROM

15 Oct 2013 - 17 Oct 2013 - Kyiv, Ukraine



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The 4th International Specialized Exhibition of Pharmaceutical Industry Complex Support


1. PHARM SOLUTIONS - complex solutions for pharmaceutical enterprises: designing, engineering, technological and financial solutions
- Designing and creating complete infrastructure of pharmaceutical enterprise
- Engineering solutions
- Technological solutions
- Security and fire alarm systems
- Modern information technologies and transmission facilities
- Financial solutions

2. PHARM RAW - raw materials and components
- Raw materials for pharmaceutical production
- Active and inactive ingredients
- Substances
- Capsules
- “In-bulk” medicines


3. PHARM EQUIPMENT – production and non-production equipment
- Fermentation and chemical synthesis equipment
- Grinding, mixing and sieving equipment
- Concentration and purification equipment
- Temperature control equipment
- Drying equipment
- Equipment to produce ready-made forms
- Equipment to produce medical consumables
- Recycling equipment

4. PHARM WATER - technologies and equipment for water supply, water conditioning and water purification

5. PHARM COLD & CLIMA - industrial refrigeration and climatic equipment


6. PHARM CLEANTECH - clean rooms, cleaning, medical special clothing and personal protective equipment


7. PHARM LAB & CONTROL - analytical equipment, instrumentation and equipment for quality control departments, laboratory equipment
- Laboratory instrumentation and equipment
- Laboratory furniture
- Laboratory (additional) equipment
- Reagents and materials
- Laboratory glassware and medical consumables
- Providing biological investigations and clinical trials
- Instrumentation and equipment for quality control departments
- “Clean rooms” technologies
- Air treating equipment
- Sterilization equipment


8. PHARM PACK - packages and packing equipment
- Filling, capping and labelling equipment
- Equipment for packing medicines
- Complex lines to produce market products
- Labels and marking
- Packing materials
- Polymer and glass containers
- Equipment to produce packaging


9. PHARM HR – staff training and educational institutions
- Educational institutions
- Trainings and seminars
- Audit systems
- Management systems


10. PHARM SERVICE - services for pharmaceutical companies


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