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Medical Product Outsourcing

November 14, 2005

The inaugural issue of Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO), a global magazine devoted to the growing trend of medical device and in-vitro diagnostics outsource manufacturing, is available from Rodman Publishing, the parent company of Happi.
MPO, which will be published eight times in 2004, includes comprehensive feature articles, industry news, trends and other developments pertinent to executives in the medical product field including contract packaging. MPO examines the increasingly complex and demanding requirements of managing outsourcing partnerships.
MPO is latest new magazine from Rodman Publishing, Ramsey, NJ. In addition to Happi and its sister publication Cosmetic Packaging & Design, MPO joins Contract Pharma, Nutra-ceuticals World, Nonwovens Industry and several other Rodman business-to-business magazines. Since 1995, Rodman Publishing has launched six titles—making it one of the fast-growing B-to-B publishers in the U.S.

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