The international event (26-27 June, Basel) brings together manufacturers, distributors, regulators, equipment and raw materials suppliers, traders, agents and consultants covering the full spectrum of fine and speciality chemicals for various applications and industries: pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, polymers, food and feed ingredients, flavours and fragrances, pigments and dyes, paints and coatings, household and cleaning chemicals, adhesives and sealants, petrochemicals, leather and textile chemicals, electronic chemicals and many others
Preparations for the International Exhibition for Fine and Speciality Chemicals are well under way. From 26-27 June 2019, the 34th edition of Chemspec Europe provides a powerful and well-known industry platform to explore bespoke solutions, new approaches and innovative substances as well as to discuss the latest market trends, technical innovations, business opportunities and regulatory issues in a rapidly changing market.
To date, a total of 348 exhibitors from 27 countries have booked their stand space at this year’s Chemspec Europe. Exhibiting companies represent a cross-section of the fine and speciality chemicals industry, with strong participation from Germany, France, Great Britain, Switzerland, China, India and the USA. Among its exhibitors, Chemspec Europe will host a fair number of global market leaders, but also many small and medium-sized companies. The international event brings together manufacturers, distributors, regulators, equipment suppliers, raw materials suppliers, traders, agents and consultants, covering the full spectrum of fine and speciality chemicals for various applications and industries: pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, polymers, food and feed ingredients, flavours and fragrances, pigments and dyes, paints and coatings, household and cleaning chemicals, adhesives and sealants, petrochemicals, leather and textile chemicals, electronic chemicals and many others.
"Visitors of Chemspec Europe 2019 have the chance to explore specific ingredients and custom-made solutions in direct exchange with renowned industry experts", says Liljana Goszdziewski, Exhibition Director of Chemspec Europe, on behalf of the organisers, Mack Brooks Exhibitions. The official Show Preview offers a first glimpse of Chemspec Europe 2019. Visitors can create a customised show preview with detailed summaries of exhibitors as well as their products and services. The Show Preview can be found on the Chemspec Europe 2019 website: chemspeceurope.com
"The accompanying workshops and conferences offer plenty of additional opportunities to exchange industry know-how and form international relations with peers and business partners", Liljana Goszdziewski continues. An outstanding two-day seminar programme will provide further knowledge and insights into major industry developments as well as key strategies adopted by industry leaders to succeed and grow. All visitors and exhibitors of Chemspec Europe 2019 are invited to attend, free of charge. The full conference programme is published on chemspeceurope.com and will be updated continuously:
Ticket registration is now available on the exhibition website. Online tickets for Chemspec Europe 2019 are free of charge. On-site, a ticket will cost 60 CHF. The tickets are valid for both exhibition days and include free access to the conferences on-site.
The Chemspec Europe Visitor Guide has just been published, offering compact information on the exhibition, the latest exhibitor list, an overview of the conference programme and key visitor information, including opening hours, travel and accommodation. Visitors can order their print copy via the visitor enquiry form on chemspeceurope.com
Chemspec Europe 2019 will take place from 26-27 June 2019 in hall 1.0 of Messe Basel, Switzerland. The Basel region is one of Europe’s major hubs for the fine and speciality chemicals industry and borders three of Europe’s strongest countries in this sector. Visitors can sign up for the free newsletter to receive updates and notifications prior to the show.