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World Chemical Industry Has Decided to Gather at ChemOutsourcing Show on September 7-9 in New Jersey
Date:7/8/2008

LONG BRANCH, N.J., July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The world chemical and pharmaceutical industries are slated to gather in New Jersey in early September to attend the Pharma ChemOutsourcing show. The annual fine and custom chemicals sourcing event is geared to top pharmaceutical and chemical leadership resulting in this year's record turnout. The popular seaside venue has had to enlist several additional hotels since late June to house the hordes of delegates who will descend on Long Branch amidst exploding investment in an increasingly finely-tuned global chemical supply chain.

Featured are the 105-speaker conference, the 100 booth exhibition, and the socializing activities that in 2008 will take place at the beach at Ocean Place Resort. Topics of interest range from chemical sourcing, API's, manufacturing, logistics, suppliers, facilities, medicinal chemistry, process scale-up, new technologies, and regulatory. This year, rising costs are somewhat offset by an increasingly efficient and competitive global supply chain.

The show organizers have unveiled this year's extraordinarily diverse faculty of pharmaceutical and biotech company speakers. Overall, 90 speakers from 58 different pharmaceutical manufacturers will discuss this year's topics in four, separate conference halls. Sessions will be held concurrently to permit this degree of discussion over 3 days to accommodate the industry need for timely information, reports Apaporis.

The increasing pharmaceutical company acceptance of the event is its signature quality; the combination of the conference, superior business development, information gathering, and convenient meetings in the pharmaceutical heartland, have all contributed to its success. All the major companies and increasing numbers of mid-sized, and smaller biotech and pharma firms will attend.

The show website is http://www.chemoutsourcing.com

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