Process Expo rebrands

by Kimberlie Clyma
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MCLEAN, Va. – Process Expo is rebranding its tradeshow as well as its website in anticipation of its 2017 event. The show, produced by The Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), will be held Sept. 19-22, 2017 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

The show’s new website – www.myprocessexpo.com – delivers a new message to its visitors: “Pure Processing, Proven Results.” The show expects to bring 15,000 industry professionals together see products and services from 600 exhibiting companies in Chicago next year.

“We have refreshed our look and branding for the 2017 event with a focus on performance, safety, results and education for the full spectrum of food processing companies including bakery and snacks, beverage, dairy, meat, poultry and seafood and prepared foods,” said David Seckman, president and CEO of FPSA.

New additions to the website include a blog featuring articles about various sectors of the industry including bakery and snacks, beverages, dairy, food safety, fruits and vegetables, industry perspectives, meat and poultry, seafood, packaging, prepared foods, technology and trends. There are also articles containing useful tips for exhibitors. Speakers from the Process Expo University education sessions will also provide articles on the website.

There will be more information on networking events during the show, the tradeshow floor plan, a featured exhibitor call out, as well as information on a new program addition to Process Expo on food safety.

“Our new website offers more than just information about the event, it has fresh, updated resources and navigation to quickly get participants to the information that will help them increase profit margins, protect their company, stay abreast of the latest regulations in food safety and sanitation, and more,” Seckman said.

For more information about the show and to see what’s new for 2017, go to www.myprocessexpo.com.

 

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