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Informex Opens Registration to InformexUSA 2009
Date:8/15/2008

Special Biotechnology and Green Chemistry Events Added

PRINCETON, N.J., Aug. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Informex today announced that registration for InformexUSA 2009 is now open and may be arranged on the internet at informex.com. Buyers and sellers of higher value chemicals, specialty materials, biotechnology and sustainable technologies may register any time before December 1 to receive a discount on registration fees. The upcoming event has been expanded to include a Biotechnology Day and Green Chemistry outreach program, a Green Chemistry Forum and Pavilion. InformexUSA 2009 will be held at the Moscone South Convention Center in San Francisco, California, January 27-30, 2009.

According to Jennifer Jessup, Event Director, the InformexUSA event has been expanded to meet the needs of biotechnology companies and other industries that now require support from the chemical industry. "A large number of exhibitors at InformexUSA have the capability to serve the biopharmaceutical industry because of their expertise in small molecule drug manufacturing," she said. "Small molecule drug manufacturing and biopharmaceutical production share a number of similarities," she said. "InformexUSA 2009 will include a biotechnology component as a way to bring together the biopharmaceutical and chemical industries for the purpose of technical advancements in drug manufacturing," said Jessup.

Jessup went on to say that changing market conditions over the past couple of years -- like high energy prices -- are also drawing new attendees to InformexUSA that traditionally do not rely on the chemical industry for innovations. "Rising energy prices and the search for more sustainable technologies has manufacturers in a variety of industries back in the marketplace, looking to the chemical industry for answers," she said. "We have responded to these requests with the addition of the Green Chemistry Forum and Pavilion in 2009," she said.

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