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PD Meet the Press event adds Pfizer’s Rich Hollander

Packaging Digest, Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News and Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP) have partnered to present a special session, “Meet the Press: CPGs Map the Future – Part of the IoPP Packaging Learning Center Conference,” which will be held on Monday, November 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m CT at PACK EXPO International 2010 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. The session will focus on such trends as sustainability, automation, open innovation and food and drug safety.

In a “Meet the Press” format, moderators John Kalkowski, editorial director, Packaging Digest, and Daphne Allen, editor, Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News will question some of the most influential packaging leaders on the direction of the industry.

The event’s planners have announced the newest edition to the lineup of speakers: Rich Hollander is Vice President of Packaging Services for Pfizer Inc.’s Global Manufacturing group. His responsibilities include the development of strategies and solutions to support of all Pfizer businesses globally.

Both Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News and Packaging Digest provide respected editorial content to key decision-makers in the packaging market worldwide. “IoPP and PACK EXPO are leading organizations in the packaging industry,” said Patricia Spinner, senior group publisher of Packaging Digest and Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News. “We’re excited to be a part of this educational program.”

To register, click here.

For more information, contact Joanna Siddiqui at 973-808-8847 or [email protected]


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