Overview & Attendees:
The 100th Annual NW Food Processors Expo & Conference is the place to be January 12-15, 2014. Sized right to attract premier food processing industry experts and exhibitors, it is the largest regional food manufacturing trade show in North America.
This annual event is designed to connect with the right people within the food manufacturing industry. If it’s important to you today, we’ll be explaining, discussing or demonstrating it. Plus you’ll have plenty of time for networking, collaboration and to explore the Expo Hall without the crowds and cavernous halls of national shows.
The NW Food Processors Expo & Conference attracts the right mix of industry decision-makers from across the Northwest, Canada and the rest of the United States. Exhibitors should plan now to be part of the largest regional food manufacturing trade show in North America attended by close to 4000 industry related professionals. Expo is not too big and not too small so it will deliver the quality leads from key food processors. No other marketing medium delivers higher ROI than a strategically targeted trade show.
EXHIBITOR BENEFITS INCLUDE:
See the interactive floor plan for booth locations and availability.
INNOVATION PRODUCTIVITY PAVILION:
Surround yourself with the right people. The Innovation Productivity Pavilion puts you in the right place with others offering innovative solutions and products designed to increase productivity and improve profitability. Bold signage and different markings make this distinctive area a show stopper.
Food processing was the first green industry. Companies who create business value around sustainability and energy efficiency should take advantage of this prime location to attract the right foot traffic.
New in 2013 was the International Pavilion and Access to Resources to support your need for information to be globally competitive.
Key food processing industry professionals from across the country and around the world attend Expo. The event attracts a diverse range of professionals including CEO’s, plant managers, purchasing managers, production and quality assurance managers, engineers, and sales/marketing managers as well as mechanics on the production floor. They come to attend industry relevant conference sessions and to see and experience the latest technology, systems and related information that can improve their operations. Attendees also gain valuable ideas and insights from face-to-face contact with representatives from the world’s leading equipment and service providers in the Expo Hall.
About the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA):
Organized in 1914 as a canners association, the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA) represents the interests of food processors in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
NWFPA is headquartered in Portland, Oregon and has more than 450 member companies including nearly 80 food processors with nearly 200 production facilities throughout the Northwest region. Membership is primarily fruit and vegetable processors but has expanded over the past several years to include seafood, dairy, bakeries, specialty and fresh-cut.