What will you see and do at the 2021 edition

PROCESS EXPO is excited to announce new dates and a new hall for the 2021 edition.  The show will be held November 2 – 5 in the South Hall of McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.  The new hall brings higher ceilings and will allow for greater flexibility for exhibit construction as well as a more spacious environment to support both visitors and exhibitors with the enhanced safety protocols in place.  Read the full press release.

At PROCESS EXPO, you get the whole package — everything you need for your processing and packaging business.

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Why Attend

Make powerful partnerships, preview, touch, and learn about emerging trends and technology, and take home proven solutions for the year ahead. Read more about who comes, what you’ll see and do, and why PROCESS EXPO is a “don’t miss” on your calendar of events. There are many unique aspects of this event that you can't experience anywhere else — including demonstrations on full working production lines and innovating cross-over solutions from sectors outside of your own.

Every Food and Beverage Industry Sectors

PROCESS EXPO covers all aspects of the food and beverage processing and packaging industry in addition to expanded markets such as cannabis and confectionery, and solutions for commissaries and convenience stores, and packaging. Read how professionals from each industry sector will benefit from attending.

Networking Events

From receptions to one-on-one meetings, PROCESS EXPO's networking events provide the perfect venue to make profitable partnerships.

International Guests

Need more information on visas and tips on traveling to the U.S.? Visit the international guest pages and contact us if you need additional assistance. You can also download translated flyers.

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“There are hundreds of manufacturers and thousands of processors, and everyone is coming together for the same goal of increasing production, profits, efficiency, and safety.”
— Milk Bank of the Western Great Lakes