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Packaging is prominent at Interphex show

This year's pharmaceutical industry show brings the latest technologies from 800 exhibitors, guidance from the industry's most knowledgeable people at the conference program and a chance to network with peers. Interphex 2006 comprises four major segments: facilities, outsourcing & contract services, information technology and manufacturing/processing. Key pavilions include Packaging (sponsored by Packaging Digest and the Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council), Process Automation & Controls (sponsored by Control Engineering), RFID (new this year), R&D, Contamination Control, the International Pavilion and the Rockwell Automation Partner Pavilion.

Each morning begins with a keynote presentation from 8:45 to 10 a.m. The conference program begins at 10:15 a.m. each day, and several sessions involve packaging-related topics. A preconference workshop on RFID for Life Sciences is scheduled for the Monday before the show. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday. Registration for exhibits-only is $75. For the conferences, a one-day pass is $495, and the full program is $1,095. For information on the conference program and the show, visit www.interphex.com or call 888/334-8704.

The following exhibitors have a marketing messsage in this issue:

  • Bosch Packaging Technology —419

  • Cozzoli Machine —619

  • Eriez Magnetics —A2129

  • Hitachi America —569

  • Imaje USA —2224

  • Klockner-Pentaplast —1611

  • Lowry Computer Products —E2660

  • Polypack —P2373

  • Rockwell Automation —A2037

  • Tagsys —E2756

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