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Pharmaceutical Packaging & Labelling Europe

25 Sep 2013 - 26 Sep 2013 - Amsterdam, Netherlands



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The Pharma Packaging & Labelling conference returns for its 12th year on the 25-26th September 2013 in Amsterdam. As one of the most well respected conferences in the industry PHPL promises to once again provide the platform for key industry representatives and figures to highlight, discuss and strategise in relation to the latest pharmacovigilance legislation, labelling readability issues, patient compliance through product packaging and meeting targets on sustainability.

Keynote presentations, cutting edge case studies and unique roundtable discussions will enable attendees specific opportunities to discover the most relevant and innovative strategies to meet ever more stringent regulations whilst continuing to retain the unique branding, so important to each organisation. 

With a fantastic opportunity to network with peers, and a focused dedicated programme, Pharmaceutical Packaging & Labelling will tackle the most significant factors currently facing the Pharma Packaging & Labelling Industry.



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