Mitigate risk, ensure security and increase quality through cost effective outsourcing of APIs, Fill Finish and Packaging

This summit provides the strategic and in-depth knowledge required to overcome your concerns in outsourcing small molecules.

The core focus is on APIs, Fill Finish and Packaging, making this event unique. Attend to address your key challenges in these areas. From impurities in synthetic APIs, to sterile quality in fill finish and serialisation in packaging.

  • Discover the techniques and flexibility in the supply chain required to overcome potential obstacles to manufacturing
  • Explore methods of meeting GMP quality standards in every cycle through innovative technologies
  • Hear the latest case studies assessing drug security issues and methods of securing the manufacturing pipeline 

You’ll collaborate, share and find solutions with fellow industry leaders through a series of innovative sessions. Roundtables, workshops, 1-2-1 meetings, think-tanks, case study spotlights, a vendor panel debate and substantial networking opportunities ensure you make the right connections.


Drug developers
can attend as delegates. You can see prices and secure your place here.

CMOs and other service providers
can take advantage of the effective sponsorship opportunities. Click here for more information.


Call for speakers now open

We are now in the process of bringing together the 2015 agenda. If you’d like to speak at the summit, please contact Bianca Dharmasena, Programme Director at  Bianca.Dharmasena@wtgevents.com

Site Tour WTG is pleased to announce that this year delegates have an exclusive opportunity to visit Corden Pharma’s Frankfurt manufacturing plant. Gaining a first-hand insight into the processes behind API production and packaging.
The Pharma Contract Manufacturing & Procurement Summit focuses on the increasing pressures placed on the outsourcing industry and the techniques and innovations used to solve them when outsourcing the manufacturing of APIs, Fill Finish and Packaging.
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