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Don't Miss Nolato at Pharmapack 2024

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Don't miss the chance to meet Nolato at the upcoming Pharmapack event. Nolato will be attending Europe's dedicated Pharmaceutical Packaging and Drug Delivery exhibition at booth #A70, hall 7.2, on January 24th and 25th, 2024. Pharmapack is the go-to exhibition for the pharmaceutical industry to kick off the year.

Join Nolato and over 400 exhibitors, alongside 5,000+ attendees, for two days of exhibitions, conferences, and innovative presentations. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet Nolato's team and discuss how they can provide bespoke solutions for your pharmaceutical packaging needs.

 

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