The World Chlor-alkali Conference

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Chlor-Alkali in 2022

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With the continued uncertainty around travel in Asia, there will be no Conference in 2022. Although, In the lead up to the 26th World Chlor-Alkali Conference in 2023, ICIS and Tecnon OrbiChem will be running a series of webinars covering the industry’s big topics.
The first webinar will be held on the 22 June - 10AM BST and will be looking into the following topics:
  • Caustic soda market
  • Development in PVC
  • The future of Chlor-Alkali
For those in the industry, it is critical to stay up to date with trends and developments that are shaping the Chlor-alkali industry. This will prepare business professionals like you to make informed business decisions while mitigating risks.
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The 26th World Chlor-Alkali Conference

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The conference will be taking place on the 15-16 June 2023 at the Intercontinental, Singapore. Delegates will receive extensive networking opportunities and hear from industry experts, covering a range of topics such as:
  • Defining trends in the caustic soda markets: What has happened in the past 12 months and how are these trends shaping the short- to long-term outlooks
  • Comprehensive insights on drivers of demand – from alumina, pulp and paper, bleach applications, and rayon to further downstream such as automotive and construction industries
  • Regional outlook: Views on Asia, Europe, Middle East, Americas and more
  • Challenges and changes in the transportation and logistics space
  • Find out more about technological updates in light of reduced energy consumption and cost optimisation
Pre-Registrations for 2023 are now available and those that attend June's Webinar will receive 10% off our early bird rate of £1799. Alternatively, reach out to us and enquire about our bespoke partnership packages.