Trade Fair Messe Frankfurt takes over Process Expo

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
 At the last Process Expo in autumn 2019 some 500 exhibitors showcased their innovations to an international trade public.
Photo: Process Expo
At the last Process Expo in autumn 2019 some 500 exhibitors showcased their innovations to an international trade public.

Messe Frankfurt is continuing its collaboration with the American industrial association FPSA (Food Processing Suppliers Association), owner of the trade fair Process Expo. As of 1 May 2020 Messe Frankfurt's North American subsidiary will take over the management of Process Expo.

Process Expo, “The Global Food Equipment and Technology Show”, has been held every two years in Chicago since 2011 and is the biggest trade fair for all food and beverage processing in the USA.

At the last Process Expo in autumn 2019 some 500 exhibitors showcased their innovations to an international trade public. Process Expo has a broad product range and shows technical solutions for the processing and packaging of meat, dairy products, drinks, fruit and vegetables, bakery products and confectionary, plus pet food. This trade fair also offers opportunities for networking and further-training programmes for all branches of food and beverage and all sectors of the packaging industry.

Process Expo will complement Messe Frankfurt's portfolio in the field of food technologies. Four trade fairs currently belong to this cluster, consisting of the IFFA in Frankfurt, Tecno Fidta in Buenos Aires, and Modern Bakery and the Salon du Chocolat in Moscow. These international trade shows track the dynamic growth in the food processing industry and promote innovative solutions to sustainable and responsible food handling for a growing global population.

The first Process Expo, run by Messe Frankfurt, will be held from 12 to 15 October 2021 in Mc Cormick Place in Chicago.
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(Bild: Messe Düsseldorf / ctillmann)

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