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Chemspec Europe gets REACH Ready
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Jan '08
Chemspec Europe and REACHReady have (28 January) announced a new collaboration to offer a special area of the 2008 show dedicated to helping people get ready for REACH.

This year's Chemspec Europe, being held in Munich on 18 and 19 June, comes at a critical stage in the REACH implementation timetable.

With the all-important pre-registration process due to start on 1 June, the new regulation is sure to be uppermost in the minds of all attendees û it is going to have a considerable affect upon the fine and specialty chemical industry.

And that's where the Chemspec Europe REACH Corner comes in. With a mixture of keynote seminar presentations and approachable practical advice from the on-hand REACHReady experts, the REACH Corner is sure to have something to allay the concerns of the show's attendees. And all of this is offered free of charge.

What's more there will also be the opportunity to speak to service organisations offering to undertake all the work so you don't have to.

And if you're a REACH service provider the REACH Corner offers a great opportunity for you to meet with your customers all in one place.

Tim Jessel, REACHReady's Commercial Director said, "We are delighted to be working with Chemspec Europe to provide this new area of the exhibition.

Everyone who attends is welcome to come along to get their REACH questions answered and find the help and support that they need".

Steve Diprose, Chemspec Europe said, "This is going to be a challenging year for fine and specialty chemical companies as they begin to undertake the REACH registration process.

In association with REACHReady, the REACH Corner is our way of helping Chemspec exhibitors and attendees with this difficult and demanding process".

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