Gerresheimer at CPhI India 2014 in December

Gerresheimer to showcase portfolio for Asia at CphI in Mumbai and stresses benefits of local manufacturing presence to customers.

Pharmaceutical packaging specialist Gerresheimer will be presenting its product portfolio for the Indian and Asian markets on Stand V3 at the CPhI (Convention for Pharmaceutical Ingredients) in Mumbai, Bombay Exhibition Centre from 2 to 4 December 2-14. As regards glass, Gerresheimeris well-positioned in the Indian market with its Neutral Glass plant in Kosamba.
“Being close to our customers is one of our strengths. We understand how to cater to local market requirements and, as a result of our global presence, we can effectively advise and support both domestic and international customers,“ said Rizos Matikas, Chief Manager Marketing & Sales in Mumbai for Gerresheimer at Neutral Glass & Allied Industries Pvt. Ltd. Two years ago, the Gerresheimer Group extended its global glass production operations by acquiring a majority shareholding in Neutral Glass. The international Gerresheimer portfolio now includes a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical glass containers which are specifically in demand and used in the Indian market.
Gerresheimer is a global organization with 11,000 employees and manufacturing operations in the local markets, close to customers. It has over 40 production facilities in Europe, North and South America and Asia generating revenue in excess of EUR 1.2 billion. The comprehensive product portfolio includes pharmaceutical packaging products as well as convenient and safe drug delivery systems such as insulin pens, inhalers, pre-fillable syringes, vials, ampoules, bottles and containers for liquid and solid pharmaceuticals with closure and safety systems, plus cosmetic packaging products.

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