Exhibitor registration available



All companies offering technologies and integrated solutions for the food and beverage industries with their sights on the US market are now able to register for PROCESS EXPO 2019. Forming part of the interpack alliance, the US event will be held at the McCormick Place exhibition center in Chicago from 8 to 11 October. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Interested companies can log in to www.myprocessexpo.com to check out the stand places still available on the hall plan.

Last year’s PROCESS EXPO was successful in terms of both exhibitor and visitor numbers and particularly scored points with its noticeably higher international attendance levels. The event with its horizontal line-up of technologies for processing and packaging/filling all sorts of food and beverages was characterised by an extensive program of supporting events, which was very well received by visitors. Under the label ‘PROCESS EXPO University’, these events covered a wide range of topics, such as food safety, alternative manufacturing and automation methods as well as packaging-related subjects specific to the industry in determined segments such as meat/poultry/seafood, dairy products, beverages, etc.

For the coming PROCESS EXPO, the plan is to expand the program even further. For this reason and due to the good exhibitor response the trade fair will be held in the bigger South Hall at McCormick Place in 2019. For further information on PROCESS EXPO 2019 go to www.myprocessexpo.com.

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