Chemspec Europe exclusively focuses on the fine, custom and speciality chemicals sector. The international event brings together suppliers and purchasers looking for bespoke products or specific substances to enhance a product/drug or develop new chemical solutions.
Operating in a highly competitive market with complex environmental guidelines, the fine and speciality chemicals industry is currently experiencing a multitude of pressures whilst benefiting from high levels of investment, especially in green and bio-based technologies. With the right mindset and information, the current challenges can be turned into opportunities for innovation and business growth.
Now in its 34th edition, Chemspec Europe 2019 unites an impressive array of experts, scientists, managers and thought-leaders and provides a powerful and well-known industry platform to discuss the latest market trends, technical innovations, business opportunities and regulatory issues in this rapidly changing market.
Exhibitors at the fine and speciality chemicals exhibition are manufacturers, distributors, regulators, equipment suppliers, raw materials suppliers, traders, agents and consultants, featuring the full spectrum of fine and speciality chemicals for various applications and industries: pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, polymers, food and feed ingredients, flavours and fragrances, pigments and dyes, paints and coatings, household and cleaning chemicals, adhesives and sealants, petrochemicals, leather and textile chemicals, electronics and many others.
Additionally an outstanding seminar programme provides further knowledge and insights into major industry developments as well as key strategies adopted by industry leaders to succeed and grow. All visitors and exhibitors are invited to attend free of charge.
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.