Lupin-Aptar Launch India’s First Smart Device For MDIs At $22 Apiece
Move Ties-In With Lupin's Respiratory Ambitions
As the Indian pharma industry catches up with digitization, Lupin partners with Aptar to launch a smart device for MDIs. While there is a need for the product, whether it will find favor in a price-sensitive market remains to be seen.
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