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Connecting Processor Needs to Supplier Solutions
The NEW CHEM SHOW - The Chemical Process Industries' #1 Event for:
Sustainable and Green Process Operations
Optimizing Process Efficiency
Process Controls & Automation Solutions
Efficient Powder Processing
Global competition, environmental imperatives and a challenging economy are driving processors to lower costs and increase efficiency in a more sustainable manner. On the exhibit floor and in the classroom, The NEW CHEM SHOW will address these needs by connecting attendees to suppliers with the right solutions and technical expertise to help them succeed.
In addition to an exhibit hall with hundreds of new products, equipment and services, there are FREE solutions-based workshops, practical seminars, and a FREE online Matching Service that connects buyer needs to exhibitor products and solutions.
There's something for everyone at The NEW CHEM SHOW.
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Worldwide, The NEW Chem Show is the leading event for chemical engineering and the process industries:
About The NEW Chem Show
- Exhibitors from around the world and every segment of the CPI
- Approximately 500 exhibitors from around the world
- Over 7,000 chemical process industries professional visitors
Since 1915, the Chem Show has been the CPI professional's single best resource for new products, new ideas and new services. It's a hands-on, interactive event that showcases a wide sepctrum of emerging technologies. The unique industry forum creates a dynamic marketing environment unequaled by any other process industries event in North America.
The NEW Chem Show is produced and managed by
International Exposition Company (IEC)
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Westport, CT 06880
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