Cherwell to Exhibit Environmental Monitoring Range at Pharmig 20th Anniversary Conference
By Gill Power
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Bicester, UK, October 2012: Cherwell Laboratories, suppliers of environmental monitoring and process validation products for a variety of healthcare and pharmaceutical applications, will be exhibiting at the Pharmig 20th Anniversary Conference on 6th & 7th November. Members of the Cherwell team will be available throughout the event to offer delegates advice and solutions for their specific environmental monitoring and validation needs.
The conference, to be held at the Heythorp Park Resort Hotel, Chipping Norton, marks Pharmig’s 20th anniversary and will examine the past, present and future of microbiology. Pharmig has become an influential forum for microbiology in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and allied industries; providing a focus for continuing professional development and a unique network for the exchange of microbiological information.
Sandra Hulme, Product Specialist at Cherwell Laboratories, commented, “Cherwell Laboratories is proud to acknowledge the success of Pharmig over the past 20 years and to be supporting continued improvement in quality within the pharmaceutical industry. To help achieve this we work closely with our customers to provide the best solution for their specific requirements.”
Throughout the event Cherwell will be sharing and developing their own expertise, whilst demonstrating the versatility of their comprehensive range of products for quality improvement within the pharmaceutical industry. Cherwell will be exhibiting high quality products for the monitoring of controlled environments and process validation applications. These include the Redipor® range of prepared agar plates, bottled media, broth bags, vials and ampoules, as well as microbial air samplers, wireless data loggers and biological indicators.
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