|At the opening ceremony
This year’s event features over 600 pavilions from 25 nations such as Germany, the Republic of Korea, Turkey, China, Pakistan, India, Canada, Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia.
On display at the exhibition are medical and pharmaceutical products, equipment used in production and packing in the medical sector, in addition to supplies of medical equipment, healthcare services, and medical environmental technology.
In his opening address, Deputy Minister of Health Truong Quoc Cuong noted that Pharmedi Vietnam aims to promote exchanges between national and international firms within the field of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
The event also provides a good chance to showcase the latest achievements of the nation’s pharmaceutical industry and health sector, as well as creating opportunities for enterprises to seek new partners, expand into new markets, and update technologies.
Taking place throughout the show will be a number of trade activities.
In total, the exhibition is expected to attract 15,000 visitors and will run until September 14.