About CHEM Show
The Chem Show is where engineers, plant managers and other CPI personnel come together to see the latest equipment & technology, meet product experts, and discover new ways to optimize their plant operations.
Bringing together thousands of industry professionals and more than 270 exhibiting companies, the Show is the largest North American event exclusively focused on the processing of fluids, powders and gases. Held every odd year since 1915, the Chem Show has a proven track record of helping the CPI meet the ongoing demand for faster, smarter, cleaner, and more efficient processing facilities.
The Chem Show is the largest North American event focused exclusively on the equipment and technologies involved in the processing of fluids, powders, and gases to manufacture everything from consumer goods to industrial products.
At the Chem Show you will meet qualified buyers from all segments of the CPI including process engineers, plant managers, and processing industry executives seeking smarter, cleaner, and more efficient solutions to optimize their production and research operations.
Be seen as an expert in your field! Seminars will focus on various process applications that affect production line performance and efficiency, best-practices and more (note that promotion of specific products is not permitted during seminars).
The program will be promoted on the Chem Show website, printed Show Preview, and at the Show.
† 5,000+ CPI Professionals
† 270+ Exhibiting Companies
† The largest U.S. event focused
on processing technology
† CPI equipment demonstrations
& networking since 1915
Source : Event Website
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