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11/3/13 to 11/6/13
McCormick Place, North Hall
Chicago, IL
United States
Process Expo 2013FPSA is constantly making the appropriate and necessary changes to PROCESS EXPO to stay focused on our value statement. We talk with our customers (exhibitors and attendees) about how to make the show better for them. We are guided daily by the suppliers who are the members of our association. Dialog with customers in the broad food industry and with our members prompted the most recent changes to the show. Both suppliers and processors felt the cost of exhibiting or attending tradeshows had become cost prohibitive. To address this concern, both groups asked for the same things:
  • Biennial schedule – better matches the pace of technology changes that impact the food industry
  • Fall timeframe – fits into current business and global tradeshow cycles
  • Food focus – broad-based to include all key vertical markets
  • Centralized location – lowers travel costs

These were the drivers from which the new PROCESS EXPO evolved. It is a new format, but it is still guided by our original value statement: To deliver the most valuable tradeshow experience to food industry suppliers and processors at the lowest possible cost.

We look forward to an even more successful PROCESS EXPO scheduled to take place from October 14-17, 2013 in the North Hall of McCormick Place. A large number of our exhibitors have already committed to the 2013 show and space will go on sale in the Spring of 2012



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