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Stunning Attendance for ChemOutsourcing Show on September 8-9 in Long Branch, NJ

Tuesday, August 12, 2008 General News J E 4
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LONG BRANCH, N.J., Aug. 12 Over 500 attendees are alreadyslated to attend Pharma ChemOutsourcing Show on September 8-9 in New Jersey.

The conference & exhibition continues to attract large numbers of sourcingmanagers from all the "Big Pharma" companies plus increasingly, dozens ofmid-sized and smaller biotech companies. The preliminary attendee list isposted at http://www.chemoutsourcing.com/2008_attendees.php

Dr. Stefan Loren of Perceptive Life Sciences will deliver the keynoteentitled "Is The Pharmaceutical Industry Exposing Itself to Unacceptable RiskThrough Expanded Offshore Outsourcing?". Recent incidents with contaminatedsupplies may signal a change in the industry's offshore investments or simplya bump in the road on the way to a truly globalized pharmaceutical industry.

At this year's show many medicinal and process chemists will attend inaddition to chemical development, procurement and manufacturing personnel fromthe pharmaceutical companies and suppliers.

The conference program features 105 Pharmaceutical industry speakers andmay be viewed at http://www.chemoutsourcing.com/2008_agenda.php

90 fine chemical, custom synthesis, and specialty exhibitors will be onhand. The list is found at http://www.chemoutsourcing.com/2008_sponsors.php

For more information contact the organizer, Mark Alexay atmalexay@chemoutsourcing.com or 201.452.4023, or visit www.chemoutsourcing.comHot topics in 2008 include: -- API's & intermediates -- Raw material supply chain -- Rising costs of sourcing in China -- CRO/CMO performance metrics -- Sourcing synthetic routes & process optimization

SOURCE Apaporis
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