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Informex Survey Shows Innovation Remains a Priority for 2009 and Beyond
Date:3/24/2009

More than 80% of Nearly 4,000 Participants Attend InformexUSA 2009 to Gather Information about Advances in the Chemical Industry

PRINCETON, N.J., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In a survey conducted at the leading chemical exhibition in the United States -- InformexUSA -- visitors affiliated with the pharmaceutical outsourcing and specialty chemical industries said they remain on the look-out for new chemical entities and innovative routes to chemical manufacturing that may offer new market opportunities going forward. More than 80% of nearly 4,000 attendees said information gathering was the "most important" or "important" reason for attending the 25th Annual InformexUSA event in San Francisco, January 27-30.

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In terms of actual purchases, 76% of attendees surveyed said they plan to buy chemicals or services from one or more of the 500+ InformexUSA exhibitors this year. These results compare favorably with last year's Informex survey. The top five products and services requested at InformexUSA 2009 can be seen in table 1.

Table 1: Top Five Requests from InformexUSA 2009 Attendees

  1. Fine chemicals, intermediates, custom chemicals and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs)
  2. Custom and toll manufacturing Services
  3. Chemistry R&D services
  4. Chemical process equipment
  5. Green chemistry

Exhibiting companies at this year's InformexUSA showed off technologies, R&D services and manufacturing support services to a range of industries. Approximately half (50%) of all exhibitors said their offerings were directed to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets while 30% said they focused primarily on specialty and in
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