A glimpse at Interphex unveilings

By Angela Godwin

Over 950 exhibitors from around the world gathered together this past April for the Interphex conference and exhibition at the Jacob K. Javits center in New York City.

Walking the floor of the three-day pharmaceutical manufacturing conference, now in its 26th year, it was easy to get lost (both figuratively and literally) in the maze of product demonstrations, chachki giveaways and elaborate booth displays, which ran the gamut from a sample pill-bottling operation to a full-service tiki bar. Still, some vendors chose a more traditional approach to getting out their message, which was, of course, to introduce their new products and promote their old ones. Here are a few of the new-to-market innovations directly applicable to the contamination-control industry.

Figure1: Pall introduced its single-use Mustang


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