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MEDTEC & NAMSA Co-organize BPMDS Symposium China




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SHANGHAI, April 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In what is a first formal tie-up for the two organizations, MEDTEC China and NAMSA -the leading global medical research organization — are co-organizing the BPMDS Symposium China Forum, which will be held April 19-20 during the MEDTEC China South 2015 exhibition at Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. The objective of the event is to assist Chinese medical device manufacturers in going abroad.

This is the first time that NAMSA will convene this conference in China. Furthermore, MEDTEC China South will provide a good opportunity for bilateral cooperation. Over the past 10 years, the Shenzhen medical device industry has developed rapidly with distinct export-oriented characteristics, In fact the international market is the main target for local manufacturers. There is a growing number of Chinese medical device manufacturers who are seeking urgent assistance to attain certification for global markets like the U.S. and Europe in order to export their highly competitive products.

Furthermore, as China’s only dedicated medical design & manufacturing exhibition, MEDTEC China has established a leading position at Chinese medical device manufacturing industry over 10 years of continuous growth, while NAMSA is a medical research organization focused on providing expert regulatory, laboratory, clinical, and compliance services to medical device and healthcare product manufacturers, with extensive experience in dealing with the US FDA and European CE regulations. By aggregating both sides resources and strengths in the medical field, the forum will provide an excellent opportunity to communicate with industry experts and regulatory agencies.

The BPMDS Symposium China Forum has invited many experienced foreign regulatory experts to speak, including (Former) Assistant Director of the US FDA China Office Frank Eng, VP of NAMSA Global Marketing Linda Alexander, Director of Preclinical & Functional Studies Mike Bravo, Director of NAMSA Europe Clinical and Consulting Janette Benaddi, Medical Research Manager of NAMSA Sterilization Validation Services Ed Arscott, and Senior Principal Medical Research Scientist of NAMSA Europe Clinical and Consulting Sylvie Framery. This distinguished group of presenters will fully interpret and discuss various highly relevant topics such as GLP, FDA regulations, CE certification, medical innovation, and the safety of medical devices.

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More detailed information, please visit www.medtecchina.com.

About MEDTEC China

Ten years on from its debut in Shanghai, MEDTEC China has firmly established itself as the leading forum for the fast-growing medical device manufacturing industry in China. The event, which has been hosted by UBM China, is the sole manufacturing sourcing event for medical device manufacturers in China. MEDTEC China 2015 will be held on September 22-24 at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. Meanwhile, the first MEDTEC China South 2015 will be held on April 20-21 at Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.

About the Organiser

A World Leader in Medical Device Communications

UBM Canon, the leading B-to-B media company dedicated exclusively to the global $3 trillion advanced manufacturing sector and part of the UBM Group, helps support the flow of information, commerce and innovation in sophisticated segments such as medical devices and pharmaceutical development. UBM Canon also addresses cutting-edge developments in broader areas of advanced engineering design and manufacturing including manufacturing processes and packaging.

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