Chem Show 2007 to spend Halloween at Javits in New York
New this year, the Outsourcing Services & Contract Manufacturing Pavilion will feature companies that provide services ranging from research and testing to manpower, logistical support and project management.
More than 10,000 attendees are expected to visit Chem Show 2007 Oct. 30-Nov. 1 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York . Large pavilions will play host to numerous new products and technologies, and a variety of conference sessions will be presented.
Among the highlights of the show is the debut of the Outsourcing Services & Contract Manufacturing Pavilion, which will be located on the exhibit floor. The pavilion will include companies that provide services ranging from research and testing to manpower, logistical support and project management, to name a few.
Other concentrations on the show floor will include the Process Control & Automation Center, whichr Processing Showcase and the New Product Technology Theater.
The conference program will comprise dozens of sessions, covering a variety of critical industry issues presented by CPI experts. A symposium on nanotechnology opportunities in the CPI, including application in biotechnology, highlights the conference.
Log onto www.chemshow.com for more information.
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