PBS | Powder & Bulk Solids Montreal 2018

2018-11-14 - 2018-11-15
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Powder and Bulk Solids (PBS) Montréal gives processing professionals the opportunity to share their challenges and solutions in person. Connect with design engineers, executives, and other industry leaders with the latest technologies and innovations to enhance operations and streamline efficiency. PBS Montréal allows you to find the latest in:

  • Dust removal
  • Pneumatic conveying
  • Stirrers and mixers
  • Material transport
  • Powder technology
  • Valves, dryers, and feeders

Improve the quality of your products. Eliminate costly mistakes. Maximize productivity and profits.

Attendee information

Who Should Attend PBS Montréal: This show is for advanced manufacturing professionals looking to upgrade their operations, source new technologies and solutions, and get an insider’s look at the latest industry news and products.

Top attending titles include:

  • Process engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Senior executives
  • Owners
  • Factory managers
  • Manufacturers
  • Buyers
  • Research and development experts
  • Operating managers
  • Quality assurance experts
  • Consultants
Exhibitor information

PTX/PBS Montreal is a resource for exhibitors interested in reaching decision makers in a wide variety of job areas, including corporate management, plant management/operations, and production and manufacturing engineering. These attendees represent a cross-section of industries including food, chemical, plastics, a cross-section of fabricated metals, medical, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals, cosmetics, cement/lime/asphalt, mining, stone/clay/glass, building products, and petroleum, among others.

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