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Cleanroom Exhibition will be an appropriate business platform for all concerned cleanroom exhibition sectors to present the materials, products, technology and services for the increasing demand of the facility managers and professionals who require a cleanroom in their facilities.
Aside from the extensive range of products and solutions to be presented by the exhibitors at the cleanroom exhibition, they will also present in the areas of maintenance and facility management, Cleanroom Exhibition will also offer an interesting accompanying program for professionals, giving important information, developments, recent news and trends from relevant fields. We hope you find the cleanroom exhibition that best suits your needs. Click on a cleanroom exhibition below to learn more.
Guangzhou, China International Cleanroom Technology & Equipment Exhibition (Cleanroom Guangzhou) is the current biggest and the most influential cleaning technology exhibition in China, receiving over 100 exhibitors and more than 18,000 visitors from all over the world.
Since 2002, the Laboratory Design Conference has provided a dynamic educational and networking event for those involved in planning, designing, engineering, constructing and operating laboratory facilities.
The Laboratory Design Conference The inaugural International Laboratory Design Conference will provide a dynamic educational and networking event for those involved in planning, designing, engineering, constructing and operating laboratory facilities. International...
The Cleanroom Technology Conference 2017 is designed to highlight best practice and regulations affecting both cleanroom design and cleanroom operation across various sectors for those working in controlled environments and cleanrooms.
For over 60 years, IEST has sponsored industry-leading technical conferences. The Fall Conference brings together contamination control professionals with diverse backgrounds to network, share knowledge, receive essential training, and develop IEST Recommended Practices.
This major PHSS conference will address the key challenges in manufacturing Biological and Advanced Medicinal Therapeutic products (ATMPs) considering challenges in GMP compliance.
Only Healthcare Packaging EXPO gives your company exposure to the mega-audience of PACK EXPO Las Vegas—30,000 buyers from virtually every vertical market. The world’s top CPGs send engineers and managers to PACK EXPO in search of innovative approaches to packaging and production. It’s a great opportunity to offer creative applications for your product.
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Local and state governments invest about $100 million to build a micro-electronics clean room facility at the BRIDG center for advanced manufacturing research near Kissimmee, Florida. The facility is equipped with etchers, lasers, cleaners and printers for the manufacturing of semiconductors from silicon wafers. The new micro-electronics clean room facility will bring a new wave of high paying jobs to the local economy and will pave the road for future innovation in the semiconductor industry for Kissimmee, Florida.