Taking place on 14-15 September, the event will put delegates ahead of the curve in the global pharmaceutical supply chain
Manufacturing Chemist Live, taking place in September 2021, will provide attendees from the global pharmaceutical supply chain an exclusive insight into the latest industry updates, advances, technologies, standards and regulations.
With cutting edge content, speaker sessions from a global panel of professionals and real-time case studies, attendees can expect to gain comprehensive knowledge that will affect their practices in the pharma, biopharma and healthcare industries.
Running in a hybrid format, the event will cater to delegates abroad to access the full agenda virtually, with both access to the venue in Birmingham or through our virtual conference platform.
The two-day agenda will focus on the key areas affecting the sourcing, manufacturing, packaging and distribution of pharmaceuticals on a global scale.
Topics covered include ingredients & raw materials, HPAPI’s/API’s, containment, contract manufacturing & outsourcing, design & build and vaccine manufacturing, along with ample exhibition and networking breaks.
Delegates seeking a greater understanding of the in’s and out’s of the supply chain can expect a 360° overview of the drugs supply chain from discovery to manufacturing and distribution.
Manufacturing Chemist Live will be co-located with Cleanroom Technology Conference
The event will once again be co-located with the annual Cleanroom Technology Conference.
The Cleanroom Conference is an event aimed at those working in the cleanroom and contamination control industries.
It will provide updates for regulations and standards, microbiology, containment, operation and validation, consumables, clothing & PPE, GMP audits, sterilisation, cleanroom design and safe utility usage.
The special “Early-Bird” discount is coming to an end on the 4th May, save up to 20% off by purchasing your delegate ticket today!
Re-define your practice and join us in September to explore the pharmaceutical supply chain.
WANT TO SPEAK? SUBMIT YOUR PAPER TODAY
The event is still accepting speaker submissions. Please contact Jocelyn with your abstract on email@example.com | tel: +44 (0) 207 193 1285.