Specialty & Agro Chemicals America

About the event

4-5 September 2019 – Charleston, South Carolina (USA)

Promoting chemical manufacturing, technologies, and related services that have specific applications for the agrochemical and specialty chemical markets, the two-day networking forum is featuring Conference Presentations, Exhibits, and Vendor Showcase Presentations “Specialty and Agro” covers a diverse range of chemical end-uses including:

  • Adhesives | Sealants | Resins
  • Agriculture | Crop Protection
  • Coatings | Paints
  • Cosmetics | Personal Care
  • Electronics
  • Flavors | Fragrances
  • Food | Beverage
  • Oilfield | Fuels | Lubricants
  • Photographic | Film
  • Plastics | Composites
  • Polymers | Monomers
  • Soaps | Detergents
  • Textiles | Dyes | Inks

Taros’ participants

Youri R. Mesmoudi, MBA, Executive Vice President
Jérôme Clerc, PhD, Scientist Innovation & Special Projects
To pre-arrange personal appointments please call us at: +49 (0)231 9742 72 11.

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