Pharma, Biopharm & Fine Chemical Producers Meet for DCAT Week’ 16
One of the key events for companies engaged in pharmaceutical development and manufacturing is DCAT Week, the flagship event of the Drug, Chemical & Associated Technologies Association (DCAT). DCAT Week ’16, which will be held March 14-17, 2016 in New York, is a forum for high-level strategic meetings with key decision makers, education programs, and important networking opportunities.
DCAT Week ’16 will feature six education programs focused on overall pharmaceutical industry performance, key product trends for innovator and generic drugs, and the impact on pharmaceutical companies, contract service providers, and suppliers. The programs also give insight on outsourcing decisions and best practices in the pharmaceutical customer-supplier relationship, including specialized programs for fine chemicals and chemical APIs, biologics, and drug products. For more information, visit www.dcat.org.
analytica 2016 – New momentum for the industry
Join us at the industry gathering for analysis, laboratory technology and biotechnology in Munich from May 10. –13, 2016. International market leaders will give you a look at the latest equipment for commercial and research laboratories. The exhibition is rounded out by a unique program of related events including Live Labs, the analytica conference and forums.
Get ready for Chemspec Europe 2016 in Basel
From 1 – 2 June 2016, the 31st edition of Chemspec Europe, International Exhibition for Fine and Speciality Chemicals, will open its gates at Basel Messe, Switzerland.
The huge success of the previous event in Cologne illustrated once more the high demand for bespoke chemicals and innovative products. With 380 exhibitors and 5,768 visitors from 56 countries, the event was the largest Chemspec of all times. “In a time driven by innovation and shorter product life cycles, the choice of the right suppliers and the exchange within international industry networks play a major role. Due to its specialised exhibition profile, Chemspec Europe is a key event for buyers, traders and agents in search of innovative substances. Here, leading international manufacturers and distributors present a wide range of fine and speciality chemicals for diverse industrial sectors”, explains Nicola Hamann, Managing Director of the organiser, Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
With Basel, an important manufacturing location for the fine and speciality chemical industry, the organiser chose a central marketplace amidst the tripoint of Germany, Switzerland and France.
Compared to the previous event, Chemspec Europe 2016 shows an increase in net exhibition space by 10 per cent. Half a year before the start of the exhibition, a total of 320 exhibitors from 22 countries have already booked their stand space at this year’s event. A regularly updated exhibitor list is available on the redesigned, bilingual exhibition website www.chemspeceurope.com