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Leading Executives Once Again Meet at GDS International’s Next Generation Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Europe Summit to Discuss Key Objectives For The Industry
Date:11/29/2011

BRISTOL, England, November 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

- The Next Generation Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Summit

Next Generation Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Europe will take place from 6th - 8th December in Barcelona, Spain and will provide leading executives with an ideal framework for new business relationships to flourish.

The summit has elected more than 50 of the most well respected executives in the European pharmaceutical industry. Speakers will include Bo Hilligsøe, VP Finished Goods Production, H.Lundbeck; Bart Moors, Director of Business & Project Development Life Science at Siemens; Philippe Gerwill, Head Global IT Purchasing, Novartis; and many more. Sponsors include leading companies such as Pegasus, Lodestone, and Corden Pharma amongst others.

The summit will see senior level executives from drug manufacturing companies across Europe meet to discuss key objectives for the industry.

Fabrizio Borin, Head of Production at Lundbeck Pharmaceuticals Italy, said of June's Pharma Manufacturing event, "It was a relaxed environment in which you have the chance to talk together, exchange ideas, and network. It was a very, very good experience."

As well as comprehensive workshops, the summit involves panel discussions offering executives moderated, peer-led discussions on major industry issues. One-to-one meetings will give delegates the chance to meet with business analysts and analyst partners to discuss pressing issues for the industry.

A total of 16 workshops will cover sustainable business strategy, best practices for optimising manufacturing processes, virtualisation, maximising supply chain efficiency, and much more.

Gareth Jones, Summit Director at GDS International - the global business event company behind NG Pharmaceutical Manufacturing US - says, "Our high caliber of speakers and exciting content, combined with fantastic opportunities for networking, give our delegates and sponsors real
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