event features conference presentations covering market trends in the agrochemical and speciality chemical industries, alongside more than 225 exhibitor
displays and company showcase presentations.
The organizers are focussing on the ‘reshoring’ of US chemical manufacturing, and the shift back from overseas to domestic suppliers. As a result, the mission of this event is to showcase the distinctive value of the American chemical industry, and support this domestic manufacturing shift. The event welcomes global participants, but it will exclusively feature exhibitors that offer significant manufacturing, service or sales operations based in North America.
Specialty & Agro Chemicals America covers a diverse range of sectors, including:
● Adhesives | Sealants | Resins
● Agriculture | Crop Protection
● Biofuels | Biodiesel
● Coatings | Paints
● Cosmetics | Personal Care
● Flavours | Fragrances
● Food | Beverage
● Mining | Mineral Processing
● Oilfield | Fuels | Lubricants
● Photographic | Film
● Plastics | Composites
● Polymers | Monomers
● Pulp | Paper
● Soaps | Detergents
● Textiles | Dyes | Inks
● Water Treatment.
The conference programme includes presentations on agrochemical market, business and pricing trends by James E Mann from The Context Network, Alex Polinsky from Polinsky Chemicals (formerly with Syngenta Crop Protection) and Kerry Hubbard from AGDATA (a partner of BASF Crop Protection). Forward-looking presentations on technology, manufacturing and the chemical industry will be delivered by Jerry Green from Green Ways Consulting (formerly with DuPont Crop Protection), Steven Hedrick from the Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center (MATRIC) and Thomas Swift from the American Chemistry Council.
There are many opportunities for meeting new and existing contacts, including two cocktail receptions, networking lunches and networking breakfasts, all of which are included with your registration fee. A full list of registered attendees is available on the event website (chemicalsamerica.com/whos-attending), and the show’s ‘Networking Portal’ is now open.
For more information, visit chemicalsamerica.com. We look forward to seeing you there!