Exhibitor FAQ

As CPhI Korea is a trade event, no one under 18 years will be allowed to enter the exhibition.

 

  • CPhI Korea is the Korean marketplace for pharmaceutical ingredients buyers, manufacturers and suppliers. The show represents all aspects of the ingredients market, including APIs, fine chemicals, biopharmaceuticals, excipients/formulation, intermediates, generic APIs, finished dosage and custom manufacturing. NEW in 2019 : An FDF zone dedicated to Finished Dosage Products from big pharma to end product distributors.
  • ICSE Korea connects the global pharmaceutical community with Korean outsourcing solution providers, including clinical trials, contract research, custom manufacturing, biotechnology, IT, analytical services, packaging services and logistics.
  • P-MEC Korea brings together the global and Korean pharmaceutical machinery and equipment providers including analytical equipment, automation & robotics, batching systems/equipment, cleanroom equipment, health & safety products, instruments, laboratory equipment, machinery, packaging equipment & supplies, plant/facility equipment, process automation & controls, processing equipment, RFID, tableting and capsule fillers.
  • BioPh Korea focuses on biotechnology and related fields offering an ideal platform for biopharma companies, drug discovery organisations, pharma manufacturers and scientific research institutions to create new partnerships and discuss the latest biomedical and technological trends.
  • Hi Korea is a global meeting place for worldwide health ingredients manufacturers, traders, service providers, and other related professionals, including health/natural/functional/bio Ingredients, functional food additives, food technology/equipment, and contract manufacturing.
  • CPhI Korea is co-organised with the Korea Pharmaceutical Traders Association (KPTA). KPTA strives to foster a favorable trading environment for the pharmaceutical and cosmectic industry in Korea.

An official mobile app will be available for download closer to the event.

We had been optimistic that the situation would improve in time for the event in August.

However, over the course of the last few weeks, we have been in contact with many of you and your feedback has been clear. Due to significant concerns coupled with uncertainty around how the situation will develop over the next few months, we made the proactive decision to postpone the event now, allowing you enough time to adjust your plans.

You will need to discuss this directly with your provider as Informa is not involved in these expenses.

Over the coming weeks, we will share more information about the 2021 dates and location. Your account representative will get in touch with you in due course, so we kindly ask for your patience. For any urgent queries, contact your account representative and
they will be able to assist you. If you are unsure who your account representative is then please contact our customer service team and they will find the correct contact: [email protected]

Booking early ensures you have more options for your stand location. Make sure you fill in the form to book a stand and our sales team will get back to you to discuss the best options for your business.

EMERGENCY WARNING: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES SIGN ANY FORMS FROM:
Expo Guide, ExpoFairs, FairGuide.com, Construct Data Verlag, Tradeconference.info, Fair Express Ltd, GETAFairs & Business, Direct Publisher, International Fairs Directory, GoFair.

These target companies through legitimate exhibition guides. Their current activities cover companies throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. Expo Guide claims to offer online listing services. They use a form which resembles an organiser's free catalogue listing service, inviting exhibitors to complete the form for an entry in an on-line directory. Unsuspecting exhibitors who sign and return the form are then contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement, which could cost you a significant amount of money, with no foreseeable benefits. Included in their group is debt collection agency Gravis Inkasso Gmbh and Swiss debt collection agency Premiumn Recovery AG (a Construct Data subsidiary) which works in partnership with the various guides to intimidate exhibitors into paying.

These publications have no connection with us or any of our events. We strongly adviseour exhibitors, and the entire exhibition community, to be most vigilant against this and similarorganisations.There are many so-called guides that mail deceptive contracts and then harassthose who sign them in error for money. However the sheer scale and systematic way in which these guides attack exhibitors is outrageous. Additional information on the Expo Guide, ExpoFairs, FairGuide and other Construct DataVerlag publications is available at: www.stopecg.org.

If you have any further questions, contact our customer service department at: [email protected] or call +31 (0) 20 701 1637