Time: June 26-27,2019
Chemspec Europe 2018 in Cologne closes with a record in visitor numbers
The results of Chemspec Europe’s 33rd edition are very gratifying: From 20–21 June 2018, international experts of the fine and speciality chemicals industry met in the Koelnmesse in Cologne, Germany, for Europe’s leading exhibition. With a total of 358 exhibitors and 6,724 attendees from all over the world, the specialised industry event was able to further increase its overall attendance figure (exhibitors, visitors, press and conference delegates) compared to the 2017 show in Munich. Furthermore, this year’s Chemspec Europe attracted a total of 4,202 trade visitors which represents a plus in visitors of nearly 9%.
On a net floor space of 6,075sqm a total of 358 exhibitors from 27 countries showcased a wide variety of fine and speciality chemicals for a large range of applications.
An initial evaluation of the exhibition survey revealed that exhibitors, visitors and conference delegates were highly satisfied with the show. A large majority of exhibitors already secured their stands for Chemspec Europe 2019 whilst on-site. As a result, approximately 75% of the total net floor space is already booked and reserved for the upcoming exhibition.
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 – Germany, France and Switzerland.
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