Food & Beverage Processing Software and Technology Delegation from Germany
GACC Midwest welcomes the 2017 Food & Beverage Processing Business Delegation to the Greater Chicago area during the week of May 8-12.
Our delegates are leading energy efficiency innovators in waste heat recovery, water quality, F&B process optimization & consulting, air compressor management, beverage filling, as well as cold chain monitoring equipment.
Energy efficiency is a key component to the sustainable usage of resources and offers many opportunities to optimize cost and time. We invite you to connect with our delegates through individual meetings throughout the week or to join our business conference on best practices as well as current trends in F&B processing on Tuesday, May 9.
Date, Venue & Registration
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
8:30am - 3:30pm
Le Méridien Chicago – Oakbrook Center
Grand Salon I & IIA
2100 Spring Rd
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Welcome and Introduction
Energy Efficiency & Sustainable Food & Beverage Processing in Germany
German Company Presentations Part 1
Coffee Break & Networking
Navigating Midwest Industrial Energy Efficiency Policies
German Company Presentations Part 2
Lunch & Networking
Keynote Speech: Case Studies in Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation Projects
Presentations & Panel Discussions on Balancing Efficiency and Profitability: Trends & Best Practices
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Closing Remarks and Final Networking
Moderation by Virginia Rounds, Director, Consulting Services, GACC Midwest.
Meet with our German delegation companies
For an individual meeting with a delegate please reach out to Svenja Schroeder at schroeder(at)gaccmidwest.org or give us a call at +1 312-644-2662.
AIRLEADER/ WF-Steuerungstechnik GmbH
Heyl Brothers North America L.P
Kutzner + Weber GmbH
Sick International GmbH
The Energy Efficiency in the Food & Beverage Industry Business Conference and Delegation is supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) as part of the "Energy Solutions - Made in Germany" Initiative.