Analytica Anacon India 2013 to be held in Mumbai

Analytica Anacon India Conference and the exhibition portfolio for analysis, laboratory technology, diagnostics and biotechnology, addresses one of the industry's most important growth markets in Asia, i.e. India. Since 2003, the exhibition is held every

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Analytica Anacon India 2013, the 7th International trade fair and conference

Analytica Anacon India 2013, the 7th International trade fair and conference for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics will be conducted from November 12-14, 2013 at Bombay Exhibition Center, Mumbai, India. The biennial event is a spin-off exhibition of the world's leading trade fair Analytica in Munich and was first conducted in the year 2003. The event is jointly organized by Messe Munchen International (MMI) and Indian Analytical Instruments Association (IAIA).
Analytica Anacon India will attract visitors from various domains like, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Petrochemical, Healthcare, Food, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Medical Laboratory, Medicine, Universities, research Institutes and more. With the attendance of major international and domestic leaders in the sector of analytical instruments, the event promises to showcase innovative and high quality equipments. Innovation and scientific research is essential for economic development and growth of any nation. For a developing economy like India, it is even more relevant and important.
K V Venugopalan, president, IAIA, said, "The Indian Analytical instrument market including consumable and spares is estimated at around $1billion with a growth rate of above 10%. This along with the rising demand and developments in food safety and pharmaceuticals production will help the industry to grow at a steady pace. There is a high dependence on import of technologies for research and at times they are not easily available for various commercial or legal reasons. The time has come to focus on developing cutting edge technologies and instruments in India that will give us advantage in the coming decades."
Some of the key companies exhibiting this year at Analytica Anacon India are - Waters India, Agilent Technologies, Bruker AXS Analytical Instruments Pvt Ltd, Metrohm India Limited, GCE India Pvt Ltd, S.V Scientific, TA Instruments, LCGC Chrom Consumables, LLP, Labcon, Marsap, Contech Instruments, Eppendorf, Phenomenex India, Vishva Systems, Medispec Instruments, Merck Millipore. Also the event will have international pavilions from Germany, China, Japan.
"The last edition of Analytica Anacon India had experienced 182 exhibitors from 18 countries with 42% participation from International exhibitors. This year the event is expected to witness a significant increase in the number of visitors and exhibitors from the domestic as well as the International markets. Besides, product exhibits, a series of conferences addressed by domain experts will take place parallel to the exhibition. The event promises to be an ideal platform to generate new momentum for research, business and technology", said Mr. Darryl Dasilva, Chief Executive Officer, MMI India Pvt. Ltd. Technical sessions being organized by IAIA, parallel to the exhibition will be attended by users of analytical instruments from various segments of the industry such as pharmaceuticals, food and environmental, etc. and research and academic institutions.
The theme of the conference of Analytica Anacon India this year is "Research and Regulations: Challenges for the Food, life Sciences and Pharmaceutical Industries." The presentations in the conference will touch upon topics like the highlights from the analysis, chromatography and biotechnology/life-sciences sectors and cover a wide range of information. During the past few years, the Analytica Anacon India Conference has developed into a competent into a competent, focused for the gathering for the entire industry markets in Asia.
The conference -symposium focuses on the regulatory and patenting issues, standards, and safety, drug discovery and biosimilars. A special seen session by Prof. Dr.H.C.A Ketrup, (Technical University Munich, Dept of Ecological Chemistry and Environment) would be on quality control within the food and pharmaceutical industry, environmental analysis and drugs and metabolites.

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