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India: Trade Fairs Indian Lab Professionals Gear Up for Analytica Anacon and Lab Expo

Editor: Alexander Stark

The upcoming 13th edition of analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo will be held during 2 days from April 16 to 17 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The Mumbai edition is expected to attract 4,000+ trade visitors from pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food processing, biotechnology, healthcare, diagnostics and R&D industry.

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The upcoming 13th edition of analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo is India’s leading exhibition on laboratory and analytical technologies.
The upcoming 13th edition of analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo is India’s leading exhibition on laboratory and analytical technologies.
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Mumbai/India — The exhibition is spread over 4,000 m2 and will feature 100+ global and Indian companies with 4,000+ visitors expected in 2 days accompanied by conferences and buyer- seller meetings at the designated forum.

The exhibition will bring together the best of the technologies pertaining to chromatographs, spectroscopes, microscopes and imaging, bioinformatics, medicine & diagnostics, life sciences, analytical instrumentation systems and laboratory furniture from across the globe.

Along with a strong participation from Indian companies, the trade fair also attracts strong participation from international brands including Jaima (Japan), International Accreditation Service (USA), Techcomp (Hong Kong), Contec Medical Systems (China), VICI AG International (Germany), Agilent Technologies, Peak Scientific Instruments and Beckman Coulter representing other participating countries.

Some of the top visiting companies include Cipla, Sun Pharma, Glenmark, Ipca, Lupin Pharma, Institute of Chemical Technology, Ajanta Pharma and Johnson & Johnson. More than 300 one-to-one meetings are expected to be scheduled in the buyer-seller forum in a span of two days.

Conferences Supported by Key Industry Associations

Along with the Indian Analytical Instruments Association (IAIA), industry trade bodies like Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (Jaima), National Accreditation Board of Laboratories (NABL), Indian Drug Manufacturers’ Association (Idma), Indian Chemical Council (ICC), Bulk Drug Manufacturers’ Association (BDMA); has also offered their support towards the success of the trade show.

The Anacon-Jaima Technology Showcase lined up during the exhibition will take a thorough look at the latest developments in Analytical Science and Instrumentation Technologies. The industry experts will deliberate upon the key topics including; Physical Properties Testing for Fuels and Lubricants, FTIR Spectroscopy and Advanced Applications in Chemical Industry with further discussion on Analytical Solutions for Drug Discovery and Delivery.

The exhibition also includes a seminar by National Accreditation Board of Laboratories (NABL) which will provide an in-depth understanding of the international accreditation scenario, along with the accreditation process and general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.

Run Up to the Next Edition in Hyderabad

In the run up to the next edition in Hyderabad this year, the exhibition will also include a visitor oriented roadshow with a panel discussion on April 17 (last day). Top industry leaders will be sharing their views on Digitization challenges in manufacturing units and laboratories. The roadshow will also highlight the important features of the Hyderabad edition presenting a complete overview to our visitors. Over 150+ delegates from Pharma and R&D industry are expected to attend the roadshow.