With slightly more than two monthsbefore it opens its doors to the global filtration industry, the Filtration 2009 International Conference and Exposition is more than 70% sold out. INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry and organizer of the annual trade show, expects the two-day exposition, November 18-19 at Navy Pier in Chicago, IL, to match both exhibitor and attendance levels of recent Filtration shows.
More than 100 exhibitors from all links in the filter supply chain will be showcasing the latest products, technologies and end products for filtration, while an extensive three-day Conference Program will cover diverse aspects of filtration technology, new products and research.
INDA expects close to 1500 attendees from 25 countries to gather in Chicago for Filtration 2009 to network, attend the Conference and walk the aisles of the Navy Pier exhibition hall.
“As it returns to Chicago after a successful show in Philadelphia last year, Filtration 2009 will certainly live up to its reputation as the most important and largest gathering of the global filtration business this year in North America,” said INDA President Rory Holmes.
In addition to the Exposition, the Filtration 2009 Conference will provide insight into the latest technical developments in filtration from some of the industry’s leading companies and research institutions.
“The Filtration 2009 Conference is the best place in the world this year for filtration executives to learn about the technical developments that will continue to drive this business in the 21st Century,” said INDA technical director Steve Ogle. “The Conference this year is highlighting such vital topics as healthcare and nanotechnology, as well as air quality, air and liquid filtration and global trends.”
More information on the Filtration 2009 International Conference and Exposition: www.inda.org.