Medical Technology Ireland is a new high-profile event attracting global suppliers to the crème of the Irish Medical Device Industry.

Taking centre stage at the world renowned Ballybrit Racecourse in Galway, Medical Technology Ireland is a stone's throw away from the Medical Device global leaders, including Medtronic, Merit Medical, Creganna Medical, Zimmer Biomet and Boston Scientific.

Medical Technology Ireland is supporting and promoting Irish Innovation and R&D as well as Medical Devices Internationally.

Register for FREE ENTRY to the Exhibition and Conference.

If you would like to find out more about exhibiting, then please email Jason Moss today!
jason.moss@medicaltechnologyireland.com

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WEDNESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER

Breakfast Briefing: 8am - 9am

Packaging Innovation Challenges of ISO 11607

8.05: Introduction by Anecto CEO Donal Devery
8.10: Case study on secondary packaging solution for drug eluting stent manufacturer - Christoffer Windall & Jonathan Andrews (Billerudkorsnas)
8.30: The common pitfalls and failures associated with integrity testing to the ISO 11607 standard. - Noel Gibbons (Anecto)
8.40: Practical demonstration of bubble leak testing - Philip Roxby & Noel Gibbons
8.50: Practical demonstration of dye penetration testing - Philip Roxby & Noel Gibbons

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NETWORKING DRINKS

Wednesday 27th September: 5.30pm - 7.30pm

The Medical Technology Ireland Networking Drinks Reception is FREE to all visitors/delegates to the show & conference and takes place at the Clayton Hotel, Galway.

Please come and join us and for a drink with your industry peers!

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THURSDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER

Breakfast Briefing: 8am-9am

'Creating more value for our customers everyday'

by Martin Conroy, Senior Director Enterprise Excellence, Vascular Global Operations

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