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ACG to Organize 'Process & Packaging Technologies' Seminar in Indonesia

MUMBAI, February 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The seminar, to be held on 19th February, 2014, at JW Marriott, Jakarta, will feature international speakers to discuss various process and packaging technologies and their nuances.

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ACG TechnoVersity, a knowledge-sharing platform, is an initiative of ACG Worldwide. It is organizing a seminar on 'Process & Packaging Technologies' on Wednesday, 19th February, 2014, at JW Marriott Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia. The seminar features eminent international speakers who will share their knowledge and discuss the developments of various process and packaging technologies.

Indonesia is one of the fastest growing pharmaceutical markets and is worth approximately $4.5 billion. It is boosted by strong GDP growth figures and increasing per capita healthcare spends. As the market grows, improvements in process and packaging technologies will help the industry meet regulatory requirements, improve efficiency, and imbibe quality by design (QbD).

Key speakers are Mr. Axel Friedmann, Advisor, ACG Pam Pharma Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and Mr. David Barker, Global Market Development Manager, Honeywell Healthcare and Packaging business. Mr. Friedmann will be sharing his insights on new age tablet press technologies, design ergonomics and flexibility for small-batch production, while Mr. Barker will discuss the global trends in blister packaging, maximization of barrier strengths in packaging films and performance optimization of blister packaging.

Other topics that will be discussed include:

  • Advances in Fluid Bed Granulation & Coating Technologies
  • Global Regulatory Perspective & Solutions in Capsules
  • Latest Developments in Capsule Filling Technologies
  • Automation in Secondary and End-of-Line Packaging
  • Optimization and Value Addition in Packaging Films by Thermoforming
  • Optimization and Value Addition in OCR/V Inspection

The seminar is ideal for senior and middle level professionals from pharmaceutical, biotechnology & nutraceutical sectors involved in R&D, formulation development, process optimization, technology transfer, production, quality assurance, engineering & projects, manufacturing, packaging and procurement.

Registration is necessary to attend the seminar and is on a first-come-first-serve basis only. To register, click here  or visit us at http://www.acg-world.com/seminars/process-packaging-technoversity.php

About ACG TechnoVersity

ACG TechnoVersity is a knowledge-sharing platform and an endeavour of ACG Worldwide that organizes seminars to help the industry in its pursuit of quality & efficiency and meet the overall objectives of Quality by Design. Backed by 50 years of experience and a vast pool of knowledge, ACG Worldwide has stepped beyond the boundaries of business to become a centre for learning.

About ACG Worldwide

ACG Worldwide is an integrated manufacturing, packaging and R&D solution provider to the global pharmaceutical industry. Backed by a state-of-art R&D cell in India and five decades of experience, ACG offers world-class technologies like capsule-filling machines, tablet presses, blister packing and cartoning machines along with capsules and packaging films. For more information, visit http://www.acg-world.com

Contact Information
Mr. Sujit Nair
Senior Manager - Corporate Communications, ACG Worldwide
[email protected]

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