InterBev has accrued a rich history in presenting a business platform for an ever-changing beverage industry. The American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, now known as the American Beverage Association, first opened its show’s doors in 1920. From the onset of soft drinks "bottled" in aluminum cans, the first diet cola, and the launch of energy drinks, InterBev has seen dramatic shifts in both industry trends and beverage chemistry. Only four years ago the US FDA approved the use of the new zero-calorie sweetener, stevia, prompting yet another steep transformation in the beverage world. With an industry out-dating itself by the year, InterBev has been pushed to meet the needs of the industry in unique ways. In the beginning of 2014, InterBev has adopted a new concept and split into two co-located events:
1. lnterBev Beverage focuses on joining beverage companies with retailers. The annual show is co-located with FMI Connect, a large trade show featuring everything relevant to food retail. The next InterBev Beverage will be held June 9-11, 2015 in Chicago, IL.
2. lnterBev Process focuses on beverage production, packaging and distribution and will co-locate with PROCESS EXPO, the largest food/beverage processing event in the U.S as well as the International Dairy Show. The 2013 co-located events had record attendance with a total registration of 19,155.
InterBev Process will launch September 15-18, 2015 and will occupy 15,000 square feet in the North Hall of McCormick Place, featuring approx. 100 exhibiting companies. The 3 combined events will bring together over 1,000 exhibiting companies and 21,000 attendees.
Products on display
Beverage machinery, incl. packaging, palletizing
Containers, Packaging Materials
In-line testing equipment
Material Handling Equipment
Transportation, Distribution & Trucking
Water Treating Equipment
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to network with food and beverage industry leaders. InterBev Process will bring you face to face with major decision makers in the beverage processing industry. Co-located with PROCESS EXPO and the International Dairy Show, this event will bring together more than 1,000 exhibiting companies and 21,000 attendees. InterBev Process will occupy 15,000 square feet in the North Hall of McCormick Place and feature approximately 100 exhibiting companies.
Co-Located Events: PROCESS EXPO, International Dairy Show and InterBev Process