«PECHATNYA» Printing house: reaching a new level at Pharmtech & Ingredients exhibition
The representatives of "PECHATNYA" printing house demonstrated a new level of the company’s development and told their present and future partners about the latest company news at the18th international exhibition Pharmtech & Ingredients. The event was held at Crocus Expo (Moscow) on November 22-25.
Pharmtech & Ingredients is the largest international exhibition in Russia and the CIS where participants exhibit a wide range of production and packaging equipment, raw materials and technology for pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, blood products and cosmetics.
This was the first time "PECHATNYA" printing house took part in the event. This year some of the honorable guests visited the company’s exhibition stand: Deputy Chairman of the Government of Moscow Region, Minister of Investments and Innovations of Moscow Region D.P. Butsayev, Director of Federal State-Funded Institution "State Institute of Drugs and Good Practices" of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation V. N. Shestakov, Deputy Director General of the Association of Russian Pharmaceutical Manufactures (ARPM) E.V. Maslovskaya and others.
Irina Rudenya - Director General of "PECHATNYA" printing house hosted representatives of the sectorial ministries and associations. She told the guests about the company’s new opportunities opening with purchase of new equipment and expanding the production facilities.
Pharmtech & Ingredients is a potential partner site for the «PECHATNYA», since the company manufactures most of its products - instructions and cardboard packaging - for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2017 «PECHATNYA» is going to add self-adhesive labels and printing on tube laminate to its range of services and products. These and other business matters were discussed with customers during the whole course of the event.
364 companies from 25 countries around the world took part in the exhibition this year. The total area of the Pharmtech & Ingredients exceeded 13 800 sq.m.