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CPhI South East Asia, co-located with P-MEC, InnoPack, ICSE, FDF, and NEX, is the ASEAN's leading trading and conference platform. The event brings together over 5,000 local, regional and international pharma experts to do business, learn, share ideas and shape the future of the ASEAN pharmaceutical and healthcare industry.
CPhI South East Asia brings Pharma Ingredients professionals from over 40 countries and regions to attend this unique environment where delegates can meet, learn, network and share ideas with each other. Here your company has the ability to gain access to the ASEAN pharma market where they will meet potential partners and identify business opportunities in the region's rapidly expanding market.
P-MEC showcases innovative pharmaceutical machinery, laboratory equipment and analytical technology through face to face networking and education. Government funding of finished dosage and generics continue to drive rapid growth in the manufacture base throughout South East Asia, requiring infrastructure investment and machinery to meet the demand. P-MEC brings the well-known pharma machinery event from Europe, India and China to CPhI South East Asia to build the industry.
A marketplace for outsourcing solutions. Maximize your productivity and focus on your core strength by collaboration. ICSE South East Asia features the solutions for Contract Services, Development Services up to Toll Manufacturing for pharmaceutical products. Find reliable outsourcing to meet your needs.
InnoPack brings the latest innovations in packaging and drug delivery systems to pharmaceutical buyers. Covering packaging, drug delivery systems, labelling and track & trace, InnoPack joins CPhI South East Asia to showcase global packaging solution providers. Packaging is increasingly important to the pharma supply chain, playing a key role in product development, safety, dosage and dispensing.