Major chemical conference to showcase North East supply chain opportunities

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A major chemical-process sector conference will take place on Teesside to showcase future North East investment projects and the associated supply chain opportunities.

The Meet the Members Conference and Exhibition, organised by the North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC), will welcome 500 delegates and 100 exhibitors to Wynyard Hall’s Grand Marquee on Wednesday June 20.

The conference, now in its eighth year, also offers unique one-2-one mentoring sessions. Industry leaders from across the region will be on hand to assist attending companies, particularly SMEs, with advice on becoming suppliers to the sector, or enhancing existing relationships with clients.

NEPIC’s comms manager, Louise Gwynne-Jones, said of the conference: “The North-East Process sector works through NEPIC to secure the future of the whole sector.

“Demonstrating that we have a vibrant local supply chain that can underpin and support all the needs of chemistry-based businesses is vital to both existing industry and future investors.

“This event not only provides companies with a unique opening to exploit the opportunities that lie within such major regional process sector developments, but also offers a place for companies to come together to network and collaborate.”

Event registration is now open and NEPIC would like to welcome all North-East companies (both members and non-members) that participate in, or are looking to supply to, the chemical-processing sector to register and attend the event. Further details are available at

NEPIC is a membership organisation working with the chemistry-using industries in the North East of England. Its ambition is to build upon the already powerful industrial base here and make this region one of the most competitive and successful chemical-processing locations in Europe.

To find out more about the conference and how you could become involved, visit


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