Recognised as the Chemical Process Industries’ (CPI) largest North American event exclusively focused on the processing of fluids, powders and gases, the biennial Chem Show returns to the Javits Center in New York City to showcase the newest innovations in chemical process equipment and technology. Every odd-numbered calendar year, the Chem Show opens its doors to thousands of engineers, plant managers and other CPI professionals looking for new ways to optimise their process operations.
Exhibitors and attendees from around the world and across every segment of the CPI, including more than:
5,000 total attendance (in 2015, attendees came from 45 states and 67 countries and 2,000 facilities were represented)
300 exhibiting companies
30,000 net square feet of exhibit space
What: On the Exhibit Floor
More than 300 Exhibitors representing all facets of the CPI, including manufacturers displaying: process equipment; liquid, gas and air handling equipment; solids/powder handling equipment; instrumentation and controls; engineering and system design products; pollution control and safety equipment/systems; and plant maintenance products. Exhibitions are staffed by knowledgeable product and technology experts able to conduct meaningful face-to-face discussions about their solutions, and address attendees’ current processing goals and challenges.
In Excess of 5,000 Attendees from a diverse range of companies, including: chemical and specialty chemical manufacturers; pharmaceutical companies; food processors; cosmetic firms; plastic suppliers; and other manufacturers that mix, heat, cool, filter, measure or dry various materials in their operations. Attendees include process engineers, production staff and executives from across the CPI.
Educational and Other Learning Opportunities
Dozens of 'best-practices' seminars and other topical industry sessions will be offered free to all attendees interested in gleaning knowledge on new and improved ways for meeting production and environmental challenges. Building on the success of those offered for the first time in 2015, a wide scope of seminars will be conducted by industry experts with working knowledge and real-world experience in the topics they address.
An Equipment and Technology Showcase, conveniently located on the Show floor, will spotlight exhibiting companies providing educational information on their latest products, systems and technologies. Attendees can receive brief yet informative overviews on the new and exciting innovations being exhibited at the 2017 Chem Show.