With just a few weeks until the Chem Show opens in New York City, the show's organizers are predicting a significant increase in attendees. Show organizers point to the beefed up technical program as a key driver for the 25 percent increase in preregistrations for the event, which will be held October 31 to November 2.
Among the conference offerings, the best practices and technology seminars, which focus on process applications, are proving popular. The sessions are intended to provide practitioners with practical problem-solving technologies and best practices for real-world problems. They are a key part of the Chem Show education agenda, with nearly 40 seminars available.
Attendees can also find equipment and technology showcase presentations offered by exhibitors. The 20-minute product presentations are delivered in two theaters on the exhibit floor.
The biennial Chem Show is the largest North American event exclusively focused on the processing of fluids, powders and gases. Visit the Chem Show website to register for the event.