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2013 Chem Show
December 10 - 12, 2013
New York, NY
The 55th edition of the venerable CHEM SHOW will offer several new features as it celebrates its 97th year of serving the chemical process industries, December 10-12, 2013, at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The Show will feature a targeted focus on such core processing topics as:
- Process Control and Automation
- Optimizing Process Efficiency
- Water/Wastewater Treatment
- Emerging Technologies
- Saving Energy
The 2013 Show will also feature enhancements of interest to buyers from all segments of the process industries including:
- A comprehensive conference program developed and presented by AIChE
- A Process Control & Automation Center
- Expanded support from leading industry associations and trade publications
FURTHER INFORMATION Visit the CHEM SHOW website at www.chemshow.com for complete information or contact Show Management (International Exposition Company) at 203-221-9232 or email to email@example.com.
ABOUT THE CHEM SHOW Since 1915, the CHEM SHOW has been the CPI professional’s single best resource for new products, new ideas and new services. It’s a hands-on, interactive event that showcases a wide spectrum of emerging technologies. The unique industry forum creates a dynamic marketing environment unequaled by any other process industries event in North America.
The CHEM SHOW is produced and managed by: International Exposition Company 15 Franklin Street Westport, CT 06880 Telephone: 203-221-9232 Fax: 203-221-9260.
4th Process Safety Management for the Chem/Petrochem & Refining Industries
January 14 - 16, 2014
The 4th Process Safety Management for the Chem/Petrochem & Refining Industries Conference will provide delegates with the necessary tools to infuse a process safety culture through technology, hazard analysis, and organizational discipline. Industry leaders attending will benefit from two days highly interactive conference sessions focused on the latest safety and regulatory concerns. Attendees will also experience 10-15 minutes of Q&A time after each presentation, 4+ hours of networking opportunities, and exclusive online access to speaker presentations post-event.
4th Annual Chem/Petrochem & Refinery Asset Reliability Conference
January 14 - 16, 2014
This leading marcus evans conference will seek to identify industry challenges including promoting collaboration between operations and maintenance, performing criticality assessments and lifecycle costing to make asset decisions and plans, and taking proactive measures for rotating, fixed, and I&E equipment to prevent failures. Attendees will benefit from two days of highly interactive workshops and case studies focused on the reliability processes refineries and chem/petrochem plants have in place to ensure overall operational excellence.
January 21 - 24, 2014
Miami Beach, FL
Informex USA is the only event of its kind offering exhibitors & attendees a direct view of what is happening globally across the fine, specialty & custom chemical marketplace. The event brings together an international mix of motivated buyers and sellers of high value chemistry for 4 days of sourcing, education & networking. - See more at: www.informex.com.
Shutdowns & Turnarounds 2014
January 28, 2014
Embassy Suites Houston - Downtown, Houston, TX
On Time and On Budget: Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2014 is a unique three day event, offering a blend of interactive ‘hands on’ participation, mixed with expert theory and real life case studies. Taking place in Houston TX on January 28-30, 2014, please visit www.tacook.com/tar-usa for further information. The event will commence with a two day TARfighter training course. Over two days, TARfighter takes attendees through a real-life project simulation of shutdown/turnaround/outage project. With attendees taking on the ‘project manager’ role, it’s a great opportunity to evaluate your own approach to turnaround decision making and execution. Packed with additional opportunities to discuss your issues, hear expert theory and take part in group exercises, TARfighter is an event not to be missed.
18th Annual ARC Industry Forum
February 10 - 13, 2014
New information technologies such as cloud computing, mobility, social technologies, Internet of Things, big data/analytics, and 3D visualization have been getting a lot of attention in the industrial community as each has the potential to disrupt and radically change the way companies do business. Still, most industrial enterprises tend to be conservative and slow to embrace new information technologies. This go-slow strategy, however, can be far riskier than anticipated. New information technologies may disrupt not only what happens within a plant or facility, but entire business processes throughout the supply chain and across the value network. The business environment is increasingly dynamic and volatile. New business models such as “Industry 4.0”, “Industrial Internet”, “Connected Manufacturing”, and “Collaborative Value Networks” are emerging. In addition to a host of potentially disruptive technologies entering the marketplace, companies must also face rapid changes in government regulations, energy and raw materials availability, markets, and competition. By deploying leading edge information technologies, today’s companies can thrive.
What strategies can industrial enterprises adopt to help position them to take advantage of the latest round of technology changes while prioritizing their investments wisely? Join us at the Eighteenth Annual ARC Industry Forum to learn from your peers how an information-driven strategy can better position you to succeed and determine how you can best approach critical technology decisions. For more information, click here.
Green Polymer Chemistry 2014 -- International conference on sustainable production of plastics and elastomers
March 18 - 20, 2014
Maritim Hotel, Cologne, Germany
Sustainable sourcing is a big driver for major brand owners worldwide and they have set up the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative with standards that suppliers are expected to adhere to, and this will apply for bio-sourced polymers plus the additional remit not to affect food security. How can the green credentials be certified? The ISCC has set up a system for bio and non-bio feedstock. Polymer companies involved with green chemistry understand that the life cycle analysis gives valuable insight and Solvay has looked at bio-based PVC for potential development in Brazil using the University of Ghent to carry out the LCA research.