Welcome to ChemOutsourcing 2018!

I'm delighted to welcome you back to this year’s show at Ocean Place Resort in Long Branch, NJ.

Your venue, Ocean Place, is in central New Jersey, the epicenter of the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, and the most customer-rich region.

This year again, round table discussions in the exhibit halls on key chemistry sourcing topics will be employed - this will dramatically improve the exhibit hall flow.

The concentration of all attendees on the show floor of the exhibit halls will also generate more intimate discussion and freer exchange of ideas.

This 2018 attendance is again stellar – high level and the most diverse gathering of CMC and API sourcing executives from many pharmaceutical companies ever. Importantly, many are from small, emerging companies located on the NY/NJ/CT region as well as significant gathering from MD, SD, SF and MA.

Suppliers hail from 30 different countries and service all points along the pharmaceutical and specialty/fine chemical supply chain.

The event hotel, Ocean Place, has large exhibit halls, private meeting rooms, a low stress vibe, nightlife, comfortable accommodations and beachfront attractions that make it an ideal business venue.

The return to Ocean Place makes the 2018 show especially valuable.

In 2018 we continue to expand the event to cover new areas along the supply chain to complement the show’s core target, API synthesis and development. Expect a bigger show. These areas include:

Personally, I look forward to continuous improvement of the show. Your suggestions are a very helpful guide. For example, the pre-show meeting portal started with attendee user feedback and has become an industry standard for effective pre-event attendee communication.

ChemOutsourcing is now in its 12th year.

ChemOutsourcing may soon be replicated elsewhere in the world as well as spawn new shows. Expand the brand. Stay tuned.

Feel free, always, to ask questions, and let me know how I can help you.

I would love to hear from you.

Warm Regards from New Jersey,
Mark Alexay