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9/8/13 to 9/18/13
The Lodges at Deer Valley
Park City, UT
United States


ProcessTechnologyXchange (PTX) is the food & beverage industry’s revolutionary, strategic process and packaging technology event designed to provide solutions for your new capital equipment initiatives.

The goal of Food Engineering’s dynamic ProcessTechnologyXchange event is to provide highly customized and confidential meetings between senior Operations and Engineering executives at leading food & beverage companies and senior management teams from a select number of capital equipment and service suppliers.

The entire agenda for ProcessTechnologyXchange is completely built around your new capital equipment initiatives. Properly prepared, progressive equipment suppliers will host your Operations and Engineering team in individual suites for productive, highly organized discussions centered around finding solutions for your new capital equipment challenges. This event will dramatically enhance the effectiveness of your capital equipment process, while reducing the time to develop partnerships with progressive equipment suppliers.

ProcessTechnologyXchange is a unique opportunity for influential subscribers of Food Engineering magazine to attend an intimate 3-day business event. Participation is by invitation only. Attendance is strictly limited to senior Engineering and Operations team executives from 20 innovative food & beverage companies.

“The PTX event is an extremely valuable forum for learning about new products and technology. The knowledge gained and contacts made far exceeded any initial expectations. The ability to communicate with the suppliers prior to the event provides for increased productivity during the one-on-one sessions, allowing you to discuss the issues and opportunities that are pertinent to your business needs. In addition, the PTX Staff is very professional and well organized – they keep the event moving and timely. I would recommend the PTX event to anyone in the food industry.”

— Sam Casey
Director of Engineering
H.J. Heinz




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