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Asia Debut for Money-Saving Pharma-Packaging Machines from Ireland
Date:6/30/2009

The Northern Irish packaging machinery manufacturer, Sepha Ltd. is breaking into one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical markets, Japan, by showcasing its money-saving, leak testing and de-blistering machines for the first time there at the world’s largest pharmaceutical event in Tokyo on 1-3 July. Ahead of its presence at Interphex, Sepha has already received very positive feedback from Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturers during a fact-finding mission and believe it is the right time to forge ahead with its presence there.

(Vocus) June 30, 2009 -- The Northern Irish packaging machinery manufacturer, Sepha Ltd. is breaking into one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical markets, Japan, by showcasing its money-saving, leak testing and de-blistering machines there for the first time at the world’s largest pharmaceutical event in Tokyo on 1-3 July. Ahead of its presence at Interphex, Sepha has already received very positive feedback from Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturers during a fact-finding mission and believe it is the right time to forge ahead with its presence there.

Sepha CEO Aubrey Sayers explains: “As the economic downturn forces global consolidation of the pharmaceutical industry and puts the focus on projects that achieve
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