ACHEMA is one of the biggest events within the process engineering industry; suppliers from all over the world will attend to display the latest technology and services to be used within process plants and oil refineries around the globe. 2012 will see the 30th ACHEMA take place, with many companies attending who will be looking for new solutions over the coming years.
Dates for your Diary
Start Date: 18th June 2012
End Date: 22nd June 2012
The event will be held in the grounds of Messe Frankfurt GmbH, Germany. More information including directions to the process engineering event can be found on the official ACHEMA website.
Information about ACHEMA
- Leading world forum for chemical engineering and the process industry
- Innovations’ platform and technology summit
- Technology and Trend setting meeting point
- Investment and Business relationship decisions
- International network of experts and executives
- 4,000 exhibitors from 50 countries
- 180,000 participants from 100 countries
- 30,000 executives
- 140,000 m² net exhibition space
- Congress with 900 lectures
Information on exhibition groups
ACHEMA will have various exhibition groups to allow people in the industry to locate the very best solutions and contacts easily. The list below shows the exhibition list which is going to be available at ACHEMA 2012.
- Industrial and Labour Safety
- Instrumentation, Control and Automation Techniques
- Laboratory and Analytical Techniques
- Literature, Information, Learning and Teaching Aids
- Materials Technology and Testing – Mechanical Processes
- Pharmaceutical, Packaging and Storage Techniques
- Pumps, Compressors, Valves and Fittings
- Research and Innovation
- Thermal Processes
- Special Show 2012: Innovative Energy Carriers and Storage
Cal Gavin will also be exhibiting at the event and presenting various heat exchanger solutions which have been developed and manufactured by Cal Gavin. This will also include various talks and discussions on hiTRAN which is the world leading technology in the field of solving heat exchanger performance problems.