Chemspec Europe, the International Exhibition for Fine and Specialty Chemicals, makes a return to Munich for its 32nd edition. From 31 May – 1 June 2017, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of fine and specialty chemicals will showcase their latest products, services and research findings to a dedicated audience of professionals within the industry sector.
Access and Networking Opportunities
| Chemspec Europe 2017 set to continue its success story
Taking place at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany, Chemspec Europe provides its attendees with access and networking opportunities to blue chip and SME suppliers from around the globe
, covering the whole spectrum of custom, fine and specialty chemicals for various industries, including:
- Household & industrial cleaning
- Water treatment
- Adhesives & sealants
- Reprography & printing
- Colorants & dyestuffs
Last year’s Chemspec Europe 2016 in Basel registered an increase of 10 % in exhibitor and 30 % in visitor numbers, compared to the year before. Looking at the current booking figures for Munich, Chemspec Europe 2017 is set to continue its success story: three months before the start of the exhibition, a total of 321 exhibitors from 24 countries have already secured their stand space at this year’s event.
Amongst those companies are Albemarle, Arkema France, CABB AG, Charles River, Chevron Phillips Chemicals International N.V., Evonik, Johnson Matthey, Kemira Oyj, Lonza Ltd, Merck, Solvay, Sumitomo Chemical Europe SA/NV, Tosoh Europe B.V., WACKER Chemie AG and many more. Due to the rising demand for stand space, the exhibition space has been extended twice already, underlining the show’s unique position as the premier specialized trading and networking event for the fine and specialty chemicals industry in Europe.
Liljana Goszdziewski, Exhibition Director at show organizer Mack Brooks Exhibitions, explains: “Chemspec Europe has evolved into something much bigger than a simple trade exhibition. There is no other industry platform in Europe where you can connect with so many different fine and specialty chemicals manufacturers and suppliers in one place over two days. At the same time, it is a place to network and to learn about the complex mechanisms and markets of this very diverse industry. Chemspec Europe’s unique role as a powerful gateway to global business and industry knowledge is exactly what makes the event so appealing to both exhibitors and visitors.”
Top Enterprises and Smart SMEs to Offer Expert Solutions
Chemspec Europe clearly reflects the global scale and structure of the fine and specialty chemicals industry
| Chemspec Europe reflects the global scale and
structure of the fine and specialty chemicals industry
, with a strong participation of exhibitors from Great Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, China, India and the USA. The markets for fine and specialty chemicals are highly fragmented and suppliers range from small, privately owned companies to large, diversified chemical enterprises and divisions.
Chemspec Europe 2017 will host a fair number of global market leaders amongst its exhibitors but also many small and medium-sized companies, which are very important to the market. “Some of the highly competitive companies increasingly focus on their core competencies. The emerging niches offer new opportunities for SMEs to operate as specialized sub-contractors, offering clever solutions and services to purchasers and agents looking for specific ingredients or processes”, explains Goszdziewski.
According to the previous show survey, visitors are particularly interested in sourcing chemical intermediates
, pharmaceuticals, industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, general chemicals, custom synthesis, contract & toll manufacturing, coatings, catalysts, polymers, adhesives & sealants, as well as bio-based chemicals.
Chemspec Europe works with a number of partner organizations to host various conferences on a wide range of subjects – from regulatory and pharma outsourcing to current market trends and developments. All conferences are free to attend, offering first-class content and excellent networking opportunities.
- The Abou-Gharbia Lecture, organized by Dr Magid Abou-Gharbia, Moulder Center for Drug Discovery Research
- The Chemspec Agrochemical Outlook Conference, sponsored by AGROW
- The Pharma Outsourcing Best Practices Panel, chaired by Dr Magid Abou-Gharbia, Moulder Center for Drug Discovery Research
- The Regulatory Services Conference, organized by REACHReady
- The RSC Symposium, organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry
Munich – A Key Location for Europe’s Chemical Industries
Chemspec Europe is held annually at different locations in Europe. For 2017, the show makes a return to Munich in Germany, where the events in 2008 and 2013 were hosted. The show takes place in halls A5 and A6 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre and is accessible via the East Entrance.
The Munich Trade Fair Centre is one of the most popular event venues in Europe and is famous for its generous layout and modern facilities. It is well-connected to the city center, as well as Munich International Airport, with direct flights to all major European cities and many overseas destinations.
The city of Munich is located in Bavaria, one of Europe’s most advanced and strongest economic regions, boasting a wide range of industries and sectors. Bavaria is also a key location for the German chemicals industry, with a total workforce of more than 61,000 and annual sales of more than € 16 billion. Highly successful research partnerships between companies and research institutes provide a powerful growth engine for a dynamic business environment.
About Chemspec Europe
Chemspec Europe 2017 is the international exhibition for fine and specialty chemicals. It is the key platform for manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of fine and specialty chemicals to showcase their products and services to a dedicated audience of professionals in the industry sector.
Source: Chemspec Europe