Chem Show Coming to New York Nov. 17 to 19

53rd CPI Exposition and Educational Conference will focus on sustainable and green process solutions

In its ongoing quest to meet the changing needs of the evolving processing industries, the 53rd edition of the venerable CHEM SHOW--scheduled for Nov. 17 to 19, 2009, at New York’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center--will feature a more targeted focus on sustainable and "green" process solutions and add several new enhancements to address the needs of both exhibiting companies and buyers.

The core programming will focus on sustainability and green processing issues that are impacting CPI executives, process engineers and plant production personnel. Additional programming will focus on:

• Optimizing process efficiency;

• Process control and automation solutions;

• Efficient powder processing;

• Water/Wastewater management; and

• Emerging technologies.

The solutions-based enhancements are designed to attract more buyers from all segments of the process industries who are interested in market-specific solutions. Enhancements include:

• Free solutions-based exhibitor workshops on the show floor;

• Free online service to match customer needs with exhibitor solutions;

• Free customized exhibitor marketing tools to reach customers and prospects;

• AIChE Day – a one-day conference developed by AIChE, the world’s largest association for chemical engineers;

• Nanotechnology Symposium – a two-day symposium and workshops developed by Innovative Research and Products, Inc.;

• Chemical Engineering Education Conference – a two-day educational program; and

• A free cyber café to give attendees access to their e-mail, Web information and more.

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2009 Chem Show

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