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2011
DHAKA, BANGLADESH

24-26 FEBRUARY-2011
The 8th International Exhibition on Asian Pharmaceutical Industries

THE GATEWAY TO THE SOUTH ASIAN PHARMA MARKET

Join with

Expected Exhibiting Companies

450

Over Trade Professionals

9000

On sq. mt. Floor-space

8500

From Countries

28

VENUE : Bangabandhu International Conference Centre, Dhaka. Bangladesh
ORGANISED BY SUPPORTED BY

Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries Bangladesh Aushad Shilpa Samity

OFFICIAL ONLINE MEDIA

If South Asia is your market, APE 2011 is your show

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2011
DHAKA, BANGLADESH

24-26 FEBRUARY-2011

Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries
Bangladesh Aushad Shilpa Samity

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN Mr. Salman F Rahman

PRESIDENT'S MES SAGE

Vice-Chairman, Beximco Group
CONVENOR Mr. Adbul Muktadir

We, Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries (Bangladesh Aushad Shilpa Samity) are delighted to inform you about the forthcoming international exhibition on South Asian Pharmaceutical industry – ASIA PHARMA EXPO- 2011 to be held in Dhaka from 24 to 26 February 2011. The South Asian Pharmaceutical market is currently experiencing unprecedented growth and as a result the ASIA PHARMA EXPO provides unlimited opportunity to all related business and trade professionals. In all our previous Asia Pharma Expo events, the participants from neighboring countries and other parts of the world expressed their deep sense of satisfaction for excellent arrangement of the show, the wide participation from potential buyers and wonderful arrangement of the gorgeous venue. As a result this event has become a must to attend international gathering which none can afford to miss. At Asia Pharma Expo 2011, Bangladesh; the exhibiting companies from more than 26 countries across the world are expected to participate, these include the repeat as well as the first time exhibitors from the local and international organizations. We have been receiving extremely encouraging and positive acknowledgements by the past participants based on the overwhelming success in the previous Asia Pharma Expo shows with a steady and reliable growth in trade and business at large, not only in South Asia but also in other parts of the world. In Bangladesh the pharmaceutical sector is one of the most developed hi-tech sectors and it is contributing to the country’s economy significantly. One can not overlook the performance of the Bangladesh pharmaceutical industry due to its consistent growth, developments and investments in domestic as well as exports trade. Bangladesh is the largest producer of formulation products in LDCs and exporting to more than 72 countries and has 18% share in the international business, with exports to Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America. Many leading companies are making fresh investments in order to enter in to the developed and regulatory markets. A number of companies have already received GMP certification from several regulated markets. We envisage huge investment and subsequent development in pharmaceutical industry in Bangladesh in a very short span of time. Asia Pharma Expo 2011 (APE-2011) will be accommodating 400 booths to the exhibitors. Major OEM suppliers from Asia, Europe and the USA are in the process of confirming their participation. This exhibition has been acclaimed by many as the most refreshingly lucrative platform for extending and expanding their local regional and Global market business networking fetching attractive business deals. We had the honor to welcome senior delegates from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand, China, etc. during the past shows of Asia Pharma Expo, and we expect that more delegates from more countries would participate in the year 2011. I, warmly invite you all to come and participate in this mega event at APE2011 Dhaka, Bangladesh. Meanwhile, we are also inviting the member of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (IFPMA) in turn to send the invitations to all relevant and concerned parties across the globe. To boost the efforts, we from Bangladesh would also send out the invitations to our near and dear neighboring countries for their definite participation. We logically apprehend that more than 10,000 trade visitors would be visiting the exhibition. I, take this opportunity to invite all concerned involved with pharmaceutical and related business and trade to take advantage of this exhibition as it is being organized at our own doorstep. You have the best event, and we assure you that, the modern machineries with the state-of-the-art technology and ingenuous expertise in services would be exhibited. On behalf of all the members of the executive committee, I would like to inform you that since such a mega event of this magnitude is happening in our country, your participation at Asia Pharma Expo 2011 would play vital role to increase your business relationship with the trade professionals from the world over. Further if any clarification & information is needed, please feel free to communicate with us, or visit the event website: www. asiapharma.org We are eagerly looking forward to seeing you at the Asia Pharma Expo 2011. Thanking you Yours sincerely

Managing Director Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
JOINT CONVER Dr. Momenul Haq

Managing Director General Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
MEMBERS Mr. Kh. Tarique-ul-lslam

Managing Director Medimet Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Managing Director Globe Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Managing Director Renata Ltd.

Mr. Md. Harunur Rashid

Mr. Syed S Kaiser Kabir

Mr. Iftekharul Islam

Managing Director Sanofi-Aventis Bangladesh Ltd.
Mr. A M Faruque

Managing Director Eskayef Bangladesh Ltd.
Dr. Mostafizur Rahman

Managing Director Popular Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Mr. M Mosaddek Hossain

Managing Director UniMed & UniHealth Manufacturers Ltd.
Mr. Mohammad Yusuf

Managing Director Drug International Ltd.
Mr. M M Rahman Khan Dr. Md. Zakir Hossain

Managing Director Peoples Pharma Ltd. Managing Director Delta Pharma Ltd.
Mr. Feroz Uddin Khan

Managing Director Edruc Ltd.
Mr. Md. Halimuzzaman

Salman F Rahman

Executive Director Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

SOUTH ASIA ONE OF THE RAPIDLY GROWING PHARMA REGION
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ADVISOR
Mr. Nazmul Hassan, MP

One of the fastest growing pharma economy of the world The rapid growth rate to meet the Demand & Supply statistics of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, and Indonesia has attracted the global attention Over-all growth rate of the South Asian Pharma Industry : 14% No. of Formulators: More than 24,000 With the highest exports of the formulation, Bangladesh offers all the advantages for its strategic location in the South Asian pharma region Bangladesh remains on top with 97% of the total pharma production being exported to over 62 countries Based on WTO meet / Doha declaration, Bangladesh will also be able to produce drugs which are still under Patent protection until year 2016

Managing Director BEXIMCO Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Mr. Samson H Chowdhury

Chairman, Square Group

Mr. Mizanur Rahman Sinha

Managing Director The ACME Laboratories Ltd.

Mr. S M Shafiuzzaman

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Managing Director Hudson Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Mr. A N M A Zaher

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Managing Director The Ibn Sina Pharmaceutical Industry Ltd.

Pharmaceutical Sector of Bangladesh
In Bangladesh, the pharmaceutical sector is one of the fastest growing sectors.. In 2008 the total size of the pharma market in Bangladesh was estimated to be USD 700 million and is growing at a steady rate. The pharmaceutical sector is the second highest contributor to the National Ex-Checker and the largest white collar labour intensive employment sector of the country. There are 245 registered pharmaceutical manufacturing companies in Bangladesh. The local pharmaceutical manufacturers cater to about 97% of the internal demand.

2011
DHAKA, BANGLADESH

Today, Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Industry is successfully exporting APIs and a wide range of products covering all major therapeutic classes and dosage forms to 71 countries. Beside regular forms like; Tablets, Capsules & Syrups, Bangladesh is also exporting high-tech specialized products like HFA Inhalers, CFC Inhalers, Suppositories, Nasal Sprays, Injectables, IV Infusions, etc. are also being exported from Bangladesh, and have been well accepted by the Medical Practitioners, Chemists, Patients and the Regulatory Bodies of all the importing nations. The packaging and the presentation of the products of Bangladesh are comparable to any international standard and have been accepted by them. The Pharma Industry of Bangladesh is now on the verge of entering highly regulated overseas markets like USA and Europe. In this connection, several pharmaceutical manufacturers have already made huge investments in their new state of art manufacturing facilities. A number of companies have already obtained or in the process of obtaining UKMHRA, EU, TGA, AUSTRALIA and GCC certifications. The future of pharmaceutical exports from Bangladesh is bright. After the inclusion of the Doha declaration in WTO / TRIPS Agreement, each and every country belonging to the LDC Category has the option not to opt for pharmaceutical product patent until 2016, which means they can now legally reverseengineer patented products and sell in their markets as well as can export to other LDCs. This creates a huge export opportunities for Bangladesh, because, among all the 50 LDCs, Bangladesh is the only country which had a strong base for the pharma manufacturing. Besides direct export operations, there is also a huge opportunity for the Bangladeshi companies to go for the Contract Manufacturing and compulsory licensing. The good news is, the leading pharmaceutical exporters of Bangladesh have already started availing these opportunities.
Out of 347 exhibitors, 97% wanted to participate at APE 2011 87% of 8245 Attendees had rated APE 2009 Best Show of Asian Market What Brings These Exhibitors Back?
Survey has show 88.43% enquiries were converted into final business deals

24-26 FEBRUARY-2011

APE 2009
DHAKA, BANGLADESH

EXHIBITION REPORT

Production & Manufacturing (36%) Purchase & Vendor Development (24%) Technical Engineering (19%) Sales, Marketing, R&D (11%) CEO & MD (8%) Govt., Embassies & Academicians (2%)

Manufacturing (74%) Agents / Associates / Distributors (19%) General Market Orientation (7%)

APE 2011 PROFILE APE 2011
Confirm your appointment with the Industry Stalwarts
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EXHIBITORS
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The comprehensive show features the complete rage of all the segments required for pharmaceutical industry Join the global leaders of pharma industry to display your products / services A three-day focused event attracts the highly potential quality visitors representing more than 25 countries An excellent opportunity to meet the decision makers (Top Management, Regulatory Authorities, Consultants, Research / Production / Procurement / Maintenance Professionals, Embassies, etc.)

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Pharmaceutical Processing Plants & Equipments Pharma Packaging Machinery & Materials API, Bulk Drugs, Additives, Intermediates Analytical Laboratory Supplies (Instruments, Glassware, Lab. Reagents - Chemicals) Environment Control Equipment & Services

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Utility, Utility Services & Maintenance R & D, Biotechnology, CROs Contractors - Turnkey Trade Associations / Trade Publications Formulations Contract Manufacturing

APE 2011 Business Dating
Pre scheduled meeting sessions dedicated for Manufacturers & Clients Marketing Tie-up Joint Ventures Contract Services Vendor Developments
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VISITORS
Biotechnology Specialists CEO's Engineers, Technocrats and Scientists Compliance Corporate Management Custom Manufacturing / Marketing Services Equipment Suppliers & Distributors Maintenance Engineering Manufacturing / Production Engineering Operations Management Packaging Engineering Pharmacists Plant Management
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APE 2011 Venue n Prime location near the National Parliament House & Business Area n 15 km from the Zia International Airport n 3,50,000 sq. ft. well equipped Exhibition Floor Area n 3,00,000 sq. ft. Parking Area n Six well furnished Seminar Halls

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Participation Rate n n

Policy Makers, Diplomats and Foreign Commercial Corp. Process Engineering Procurement Dept. Purchase Purchase Officers Quality Assurance / Quality Control R & D Professionals Regulatory Regulatory Officers Validation Vendor Development

Shell scheme USD : 275 per sq.mt. Space only USD : 240 per sq.mt.

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APE 2009, Bangladesh : Some of The Valuable Participants
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A. Q. CHOWDHURY SCIENCE & SYNERGY (PVT) LTD. - BANGLADESH A L M SYSTEMS - INDIA A&D COMPANY LTD. - JAPAN ABC EXHIBITIONS - MALAYSIA ACG GROUP ACG PHARMAPACK PVT. LTD. - INDIA ACTIVE FINE CHEMICALS - BANGLADESH ADITTI ENGINEERING - INDIA ADVANCE CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. (ACI) - BANGLADESH ADVIK LABORATORIES LTD. - INDIA AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES AIE PHARMACEUTICALS - USA AIMIL LTD. - INDIA Airconditioning Co., Ltd. - HONG KONG AIRY INTERNATIONAL - INDIA AJAS COMPONENT - INDIA AKSHAY INDUSTRIES - INDIA AKUM DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. INDIA Alaloids Private Ltd. - INDIA ALCAN PACKAGING KREUZLINGEN GMBH GERMANY ALCAN PACKAGING KREUZLINGEN GMBH SWITZERLAND ALCAN PACKAGING SINGEN GMBH- GERMANY ALFA SCIENTIFIC CO. - BANGLADESH ANALYTIK-JENA AG - GERMANY ANUH PHARMA LTD. - INDIA Applied Biosystem Inc. - USA ARDO MEDICAL AG - SWITZERLAND ARGO SA - GREECE ASEPTIC TECHNOLOGY INC. - INDIA AUSTAR PHARMA MED CONSUMABLE LTD. CHINA BALLERSTAEDT CO. OHG - GERMANY BALLERSTAEDT CO. OHG - ITALY BANGLADESH SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT BANGLADESH BARNSTEAD INTERNATIONAL - USA BAUMER SA - BRASIL BECTOCHEM CONSULTANTS & ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. - INDIA Bellingham + Stanley Ltd. - UK BENGAL PALSTIC INDUSTRIES LTD. BANGLADESH Bentley Systems, Inc. - USA BEXIMCO PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. BANGLADESH Binder GmbH - GERMANY BOECO GERMANY BORMIOLI ROCCO E FIGLIO SPA - ITALY Bottle Filler, Inc. - USA Bouto Pack Srl - ITALY Bry Air (Asia Ltd.) - INDIA BRY AIR (ASIA) PVT. LTD. - INDIA BULK DRUG MANUFACTURER ASSOTIATION (INDIA) BDMA - INDIA BURDINOLA, S. COOP - SPAIN C. GERHARDT - GERMANY Cadmach Machinery Co. - INDIA Camag - SWITZERLAND CAMPBELL ELECTRONICS - INDIA CANAAN TECHNOLOGY GROUP - CHINA CAPSUGEL CO. LTD. - THAILAND Capsugel Thailand Company Ltd. - THAILAND CAVALLO Comm. GUISEPPE S.N.C - ITALY CECIL INSTRUMENTS LTD. - ENGLAND CELESTER TECHNOLOGIES LTD. - SPAIN CHEMITON - SPAIN China Bright Shine Co. Ltd. - CHINA China Meheco Corporation - CHINA Christ Pharma & Life Science Ltd. SWITZERLAND CHROM WORLD - BANGLADESH Citizen Scale, Inc. - USA Clean Room Environment Division Cleo Shanghai - CHINA Climet Instruments Co. - USA COASIA GD GROUP COBAMS srl - ITALY COSTER - ITALY COTES A/S - DENMARK CRYOVAC - CHINA CRYOVAC - USA Daesang Corporation - SOUTH KOREA DAFFODIL INTERNATIONAL LTD.- BANGLADESH DAIKI SCIENCES - KOREA

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DCE Donaldsons Ltd. - UK DE LAMA - ITALY DHANUKA LABORATORIES LTD. - INDIA DIGITAL MEDICAL SYSTEM LTD. BANGLADESH DIRECTORATE OF DRUG ADMINISTRATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH - BANGLADESH DR. PAUL LOHMANN GmbH KG - GERMANY Dr. Paul Lohmann GmbH KG - GERMANY Dragon Pharma Chem Co Ltd. China. DACHUAN Machines Co. DURAN - Germany DWYER INSTRUMENTS INC. - USA E Chrom Tech Co. Ltd. - TAIWAN EASY SOLUTIONS - INDIA ELECTROLAB - INDIA Enflex SA - SPAIN ENGINEERING EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL (EEPC) - INDIA ENON DRUGS (INDIA) - INDIA ESKAYEF BANGLADESH LTD. - BANGLADESH Euromex - The Netherlands Evercooi Refrigerating & EVERLIGHT CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL CO. TAIWAN EVONIK DEGUSSA INDIA PVT. LTD. - INDIA EXCLESIOR TRADING CORPORATION LTD. BANGLADESH EXPORT PROMOTION BUREAU (EPB) BANGLADESH F. D. Enterprise Corporation - TAIWAN Far East Pharmaceutical Machinery Factory Ltd. FASTER SRL FFS - INDIA FLEXICON - DENMARK Flores Valles - SPAIN FLOWCRETE - MALAYSIA FLUID PACK - INDIA Foshan Risetech Co. Ltd. - CHINA FRIESLANDFOODSDOMO-THE NETHERLANDS FRITSCH - GERMANY FRYMA KORUMA - GERMANY Fulton Boiler, Inc. - USA / CHINA G&F HANSE BIOPHARMA GmbH - GERMANY G. F. INDUSTRIES - ITALY GANSONS LTD. - INDIA Gartorius AG - GERMANY GATATTEFOSSE S.A.S - FRANCE GE Analytieal Instruments - USA GENTRY CORPORATION LTD. - BANGLADESH GFL GLATT GMBH PROCESS TECHNOLOGY GERMANY GMP CHINA LTD. - CHINA Green Waves (Pvt) Ltd. - INDIA GRONINGER & Co. GMBH - DENMARK GRONINGER & CO. GMBH - GERMANY G-WON - KOREA Hangzhou Tailin Bioengineering Equipments Co. Ltd. - CHINA Hanna - ITALY HAPA AG - SWITZERLAND Harikrushna Machinetech Pvt. Ltd. - INDIA HERMALE LABORTECHNIK - GERMANY Hilmar Ingredients. - USA HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LTD. - INDIA Hitachi Hi-technologies corporation - Japan Hitachi-Koxi - Japan HONGKONG HITORO HOLDING LTD. - HONG KONG Hoong-A Corporation - SOUTH KOREA HSt (Hwashin technology Company) HUBA CONTROL - SWITZERLAND Huizhou Desay Import & Export Co. Ltd. CHINA Hunan Chinasun Pharmaceutical Machinery Co., Ltd. - CHINA Hunter Associates Laboratories, Inc. - USA IDEAL CURES PVT. LTD. - INDIA IMPERIAL CORPORATION LTD. BANGLADESH INDIA FOILS LTD. - INDIA INOGENT LAB LTD. - INDIA Instron - UK INTERSPECTRUM OU - ESTONIA Isocab N.V. (Retan) - BELGIUM J.P SELECTA - SPAIN

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To participate & for more information, please contact : Organizers :
GPE EXPO PVT. LTD.
GPE EXPO PVT. LTD.

James H Heal & Co.Ltd. - UK Jasco International Co. - JAPAN JAYSHREE TABLET SCIENCE - INDIA JEOL LTD. - JAPAN Jiangsu Guotia Int'L Huatai Imp & Exp. Co. Ltd. - CHINA Jiangsu Qionghua High-Tech Co., Ltd - CHINA JIANGSU SUZHOU AIR CLEAN & CONDITIONING SYSTEM EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION CO. LTD. - CHINA JIANGSU SUZHOU PURIFICATION GROUP CHINA Jiangxi Dongtai Science and Technology Co., Ltd. - CHINA Jiangxi Medicines & Health Products Import / Export Co. Ltd - CHINA JIANGYIN PROPACK PACKING CO LTD. (ALCAN) - CHINA JMI BANGLA CO. LTD. - BANGLADESH JOHNSON MATTHEY - IRELAND JPN PHARMA PVT. LTD. - INDIA KAIDA Pharmaceuticals Chemical, Machinery CHINA KERN - Germany KHAN & DEEN TRADERS - BANGLADESH KONARK MACHINE TOOLS - INDIA Korea Aluminium co., Ltd. KORSCH GMBH - GERMANY KORSCH GMBH - INDONESIA KURI & CO. - BANGLADESH KWANG DAH ENTERPRISES CO. - TAIWAN Laboratory Division LABTEC - UAE LABTEC - UAE LABTECH - KOREA LAETUS GMBH - GERMANY LAMEECA SYNDICATE - BANGLADESH LANCER LIFE SCIENCE LTD. - INDIA La'sany International - INDIA LAXMI PHARMA EQUIPMENT - INDIA LLEAL S.A. - SPAIN LOGAN INSTRUMENTS CORP. LOVIBOND - GERMANY LUPIN LTD. - INDIA LUSOCHIMICA s.p.a. - ITALY M.A. R. S.R.l - ITALY MACHINERY DIVISION Machinery MACOFAR - ITALY Magellan Navigation, Inc. - FRANCE MAGNESIA GmbH - GERMANY MAKS TRADING LTD. - BANGLADESH MALVERN INSTRUMENTS LTD. - UK Marchesini Group - ITALY MARGI s.r.l - ITALY MEDICHEM s.a. - SPAIN MEENAXY PHARMA PVT. LTD. - INDIA Metrohm Ltd. - SWITZERLAND MICROM INTERNATIONAL - GERMANY MINAR ASSOCIATES - BANGLADESH Mineron Kasei - JAPAN MORICO COMPANY LTD. - JAPAN MYSTIC GROUP - BANGLADESH N. R. Industries Co. Ltd. - THAILAND NATIONAL PHARMA MACHINERY - INDIA NATIVA SOLUTIONS - BANGLADESH NEST INTERNATIONAL (PTE) LTD. BANGLADESH NEXTECH SOLUTIONS LTD. - BANGLADESH NICOMAC SRL - ITALY NICOMAC srl - MAILANO NIHAL HEALTH CARE - INDIA Ningxia Qiyuan Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. - CHINA NIPPON PANEL (THAILAND) CO., LTD. THAILAND Niro Pharma Systems - UK NITIKA CHEMICALS - INDIA NOACK - GERMANY North China Goodstar Pharmaceuticals Ltd. CHINA NUPLAS INDUSTRIES LTD. - U.A.E Nuplas Industries - UAE OCEANIC TRADING CO. - BANGLADESH OCS Checkweighers GmbH - GERMANY OMNI LENS PVT. LTD. - INDIA Orchev Pharma Pvt.Ltd. - INDIA OVERSEAS MARKETING CORPORATION (PVT) LTD. - BANGLADESH P. T. JAYATAMA SELARAS - INDONESIA

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Pacific Tools Pvt. Ltd. - INDIA Packaging Material Division PAM GLATT PHARMA TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. - INDIA PAM PAC - INDIA PAM PHARMA & ALLIED MACHINERY CO. LTD. - INDIA PAMASOL WILLI MÄDER AG - SWITZERLAND PAM-GLATT PHARMA TECHNOLOGY P. LTD. INDIA PAM-PAC - INDIA PAN Analytical B.V. - THE NETHERLANDS Pan Century Oleochemicals SDN BHD MALAYASIA PARLE ELIZABETH TOOLS PVT. LTD. - INDIA PARTICALE MEASURING SYSTEMS (PMS) USA PELLTECH HEALTH CARE P. LTD. - INDIA PENNTECH - USA PENNTECH - USA Perkin Elmer Life & Analytical Sciences - USA PG Instrument - UK PHARMA MACHINE & TECHNOLOGY - INDIA PHARMACEUTICALS EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL (PHARMEXCIL) - INDIA PHARMACHINE INDIA - INDIA PHARMACIA & UPJOHN WORLDWIDE - USA PHARMALAB INDIA PVT. LTD. - INDIA PHARMASOURCE PharmaSuppliers.Net - INDIA PHARMATRADE SRL - ITALY PLUMAT GMBH - GERMANY PLUMAT MASCHINENBAU - CHINA POLI INDUSTRIA CHIMICA - ITALY POPULAR PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. BANGLADESH Posy Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd. - INDIA PP Syatem - USA PRECIA MOLEN - FRANCE PRECIAMOLEN - FRANCE PRECISA TECHNO TRADE - BANGLADESH PROGRESSIVE INSTRUMENTS (VEEGO)- INDIA PROMATIC - ITALY PT AVESTA CONTINENTAL PACK - INDONESIA PT. JAYATAMA SELARAS - INDONESIA PT. SCHOTT IGAR GLASS - INDONESIA PT. SCHOTT - INDONESIA REMOIN s.r. - ITALY RIBBON s.r.l. - ITALY RIGIDTEX SDN. BHD. - MALAYSIA ROMACO FRYMA KORUMA - GERMANY ROMACO GROUP ROMACO GROUP - ROMACO NOACK & SIBLER - GERMANY ROMACO MACOFAR - ITALY ROMACO PROMATIC - ITALY ROMACO UNIPAC - ITALY ROTA VERPACKUNGSTECHNIK GMBH & CO. KG - GERMANY ROTRONIC AG - SWITZERLAND Rotronic AG - SWITZERLAND Russel Finex Ltd. - UK S. S. PACKAGING INDUSTRIES - INDIA SAFE LINE - UK SAKA INTERNATIONAL LTD. - BANGLADESH Sakalar Analytical Science - THE NETHERLANDS SALPMA PHARMACEUTICALS & CHEMICAL INDIA Samyang Corporation - SOUTH KOREA Sanamij B.V - THE NETHERLANDS SANNER PALSTICS TECHNOLOGY - CHINA SANNER PALSTICS TECHNOLOGY - GERMANY SARONG S.P.A. - ITALY Sartorius AG - GERMANY SATRA Technology Centre - UK SAWAN RAM LUXMI CHAND - INDIA SCIENCETECH CORPORATION - BANGLADESH SCIENTIFIC & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT SCILABWARE LTD. - ENGLAND Senmidt & Haenseh - Germany SESSIONS OF YORK - UK SGE - AUSTRALIA SHAHABUDDIN AHMED & CO. - BANGLADESH Shandong Tianli Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. CHINA Shanghai Hengyi Medicine Making Equipment Co., Ltd. - CHINA Shanghai JIANGNAN Packing Machinery Co.

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Pharmaceuticals Machinery Co. Ltd. - CHINA SHELDON MANUFACTURING INC. - USA SHIMADZU CORP. - JAPAN Shiotani Glass Co. Ltd. - JAPAN SHREE CHEMICALS - INDIA SHURWID INDUSTRIES (PVT) LTD. BANGLADESH SIAM Sorbitol Co.Ltd. - TAILAND SIGNA-ALDRICH CHENIE GmbH Singsino Group Ltd. - CHINA SINOCHEM NINGBO LTD. - CHINA SKY OPEN - CHINA SOCIEDAD DE VALIDACION DE SISTEMAS (SVS) - SPAIN Sokkia Co. Ltd. - JAPAN Solvay Draka b.v. - THE NETHERLANDS SPI Pharma - INDIA SPI PHARMA INC. - INDIA SQUARE PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. Bangladesh SSPM SYSTEMS & ENGINEERS - INDIA Stefab India Ltd. - INDIA STELLAR CHEMICAL PVT. LTD. - INDIA STELMI - FRANCE STELMI - VILLEPINTE Steriflow - FRANCE Stilmas s.p.a. - ITALY STURDY INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. - TAIWAN Suzhou Hengwei Environment Control Technology Co. Ltd. - CHINA Tae IL Aluminium Co. South Korea, Ltd. Techcomp (Singapore) Pvt. Ltd. Hund Germany TECHNOCRATS - INDIA TECHNOFOUR ELECTRONICS PVT. LTD.-INDIA TECNOTEL TRADING - BANGLADESH Teledyne-Leeman Labs - USA TELSTAR GROUP TELSTAR INDUSTRIAL, S.L. - SPAIN TELSTAR LABORATORY DIVISION - SPAIN TELSTAR LIFE SCIENCE, S.L - SPAIN TELSTAR PROJECTS - SPAIN TELSTAR PROJECTS - SPAIN TGM Tecnomachines Srl. - ITALY THE PHARMA REVIEW - INDIA THE PHARMA WORLD - BANGLADESH THE PHARMA WORLD - BANGLADESH Therma Environmental - USA THERMOLAB SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT PVT. LTD. - INDIA THOMAS BAKER (CHEMICAL) P. LTD. - INDIA THOMAS BAKER (CHEMICALS) LTD - INDIA TORREY PINES TSI INCORPORATED - USA Ugolini s.r.l. - ITALY UNIPAC - ITALY UNIQUE PHARMACEUTICALS LABORATORIES - INDIA UNIVERSAL MEDICAP LTD. - INDIA Utopia Aire Pte. Ltd. - SINGAPORE Validation Division VALMATIC s.r.l. - ITALY VASUDHA PHARMA CHEM LTD. - INDIA Velp scientifiea srl. - Italy VITAL HEALTHCARE PVT.LTD. - INDIA VOLPAK S.A - SPAIN VOLPAK S.A. - SPAIN WATTSON ENGINEERING & CONSULTANTS LTD. - BANGLADESH WAYLINK INTERNATIONAL - INDIA Wayne Kerr Elevtronic - UK Wenzhou Tianfu Machinery Co. Ltd. - CHINA WINCOAT COLOURS & COATINGS PVT. LTD. INDIA WIPOTEC - GERMANY Woowon Machinery - SOUTH KOREA YANG PHARM CO. LTD. - S. KOREA Yangzhou Jinfeng New Material Co.Ltd. YENCHEN MACHINERY CO. LTD. - TAIWAN YENCHEN MACHINERY CO. LTD. - TAIWAN Zhejiang Fuchang Machinery Co. Ltd. - CHINA ZHEJIANG JIANGXIN PHARMACEUTICAL CO. LTD. - CHINA Zhejiang Xiaolun Pharmaceutical M/c Co. Ltd. CHINA Zhejiang Xinhua Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. CHINA

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