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Chem Show releases overview of equipment on display

July 17, 2019  

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Come October, chemical processing industry (CPI) professionals will gather in New York, N.Y., for the 2019 Chem Show.

Featuring the latest innovations, products and technologies, as well as tips on plant optimization and processing efficiencies, more than 5,000 CPI professionals are expected to be on hand October 22-24 at the Javits Center in New York City.

This year’s Chem Show promises more than 275 exhibiting companies and a robust seminar program covering the latest trends, products and technologies advancing the chemical process industry and the many markets it serves.

For an overview of the show, click here.


According to Mark Stevens, manager of the Chem Show, CPI professionals can expect to gain valuable insight on production quality, safety best practices, process efficiency and economic viability.

“The Chem Show is the largest event in North America exclusively focused on the processing of fluids, powders and gases. It presents a unique opportunity to see the latest in new products and technologies all under one roof,” said Mark Stevens, manager of Chem Show. “It’s the best place to come and see what’s new in processing and exchange industry best practices with professionals serving different industries within the CPI. There are also emerging markets within the CPI that present great opportunities to learn from one another and develop new partnerships.”

Attendees can view products and technologies to be featured at the Show by visiting the Chem Show website and using the search feature. Search results can be filtered in alphabetical order, by exhibitor company name or by product category.

Attendees are encouraged to create a My Show Planner user account to map out a full Chem Show experience and build a schedule of education seminars, product and technology presentations and booth visits.

Attendees can register by visiting the Chem Show website.

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