Thursday, January 14, 2010

Processing Technology Plus Instruments.

The CIA2005 (ChemAsia, InstrumentAsia, AnaLabAsia), EnviromexAsia and WatermexAsia Exhibitions, will be held at Suntec City, Singapore on 29 November to 2 December 2005 this. This international exhibition will feature processing technology and its supporting instruments are scientifically tested, especially for the processing environment, waste, and water.

CIA2005, will feature the latest technology in process engineering (engineering), controls, and instruments such as the laboratory, to support the process of chemical and petrochemical, refinery, pharmaceutical plant, as well as industry and paper pulp.

While EnvironmexAsia and WatermexAsia2005 will bring environmental technology and the advanced waste treatment. This is useful for environmental control and pollution treatment, water purification, repair and disposal of waste water treatment, waste recycling, measurement, testing and calibration, and many others. The main purpose of the exhibition is to give the appearance of new forms of environmental processing and sustainable solutions to countries in Asia, particularly issues related to urban and industrial environments thrive.

CIA2005 will offer visits to the company, which moves in Indonesia palm oil, chemical and petrochemical processing, refining, pharmaceutical industry, as well as industrial pulp and paper, technology products and innovative services. Industry heavyweights such as Beaver, Daihan, Elma, Excel Marco, Fisher Scientific, Georg Fischer, Invensys, Merck, Memmert, Miliipore, Vega, Yokogawa and many others will host this event. There will also be a group exhibition from Australia, Germany, South Korea, Singapore, and England.

In this exhibition, visitors can find scientific equipment and analytical systems, the supply of laboratory equipment chemicals, industrial networks, field equipment, instrumentation and control systems, sensors, measurement, testing and calibration systems. In addition there are safety equipment, heat transfer systems, technology, filtration, separation and many others.

Chairman of Environmental Compartment Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Indonesia Ilhamy Elias said, the CIA and EnvironmexAsia and WatermexAsia are important events for business people of Indonesia. "This is the place where the technology needed by Indonesia, which is developing the industry can be found and imported. The exhibition also has a wide range of products and services. This is an appropriate event to network and form business alliances," he said, in Jakarta, last week. Along with the exhibition, will also be held the CIA2005 International Conference to be held from 30 November to 2 December. This international conference will discuss issues of safety and reliability, networking and communications industries, productivity and asset management and field equipment for testing and measurement, as well as automation and control strategies.

Investment
According to Elias, Indonesia needs to invest in new processing equipment, as well as environmental technology. This is to maximize the production of palm oil industry to meet growing world demand for biological fuel. With the rising fuel prices biological fuel (bio fuel) has returned to global interests. And the countries working to reduce harmful emissions to meet the target of the Kyoto Protocol rules. Under the rules of the Kyoto Protocol, which applies this year, industrial countries have committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 5 percent in the year 2008 to 2012.

This will result in a higher demand for palm oil for use in manufacturing bio-diesel fuel. Indonesia is the producer and exporter of palm oil in the world's second largest. Therefore, many investors who are considering establishing biodiesel plants in this country.

The CIA2005 (ChemAsia, InstrumentAsia, AnaLabAsia), EnviromexAsia and WatermexAsia Exhibitions, will be held at Suntec City, Singapore on 29 November to 2 December 2005 this. This international exhibition will feature processing technology and its supporting instruments are scientifically tested, especially for the processing environment, waste, and water.

CIA2005, will feature the latest technology in process engineering (engineering), controls, and instruments such as the laboratory, to support the process of chemical and petrochemical, refinery, pharmaceutical plant, as well as industry and paper pulp.

While EnvironmexAsia and WatermexAsia2005 will bring environmental technology and the advanced waste treatment. This is useful for environmental control and pollution treatment, water purification, repair and disposal of waste water treatment, waste recycling, measurement, testing and calibration, and many others. The main purpose of the exhibition is to give the appearance of new forms of environmental processing and sustainable solutions to countries in Asia, particularly issues related to urban and industrial environments thrive.

CIA2005 will offer visits to the company, which moves in Indonesia palm oil, chemical and petrochemical processing, refining, pharmaceutical industry, as well as industrial pulp and paper, technology products and innovative services. Industry heavyweights such as Beaver, Daihan, Elma, Excel Marco, Fisher Scientific, Georg Fischer, Invensys, Merck, Memmert, Miliipore, Vega, Yokogawa and many others will host this event. There will also be a group exhibition from Australia, Germany, South Korea, Singapore, and England.

In this exhibition, visitors can find scientific equipment and analytical systems, the supply of laboratory equipment chemicals, industrial networks, field equipment, instrumentation and control systems, sensors, measurement, testing and calibration systems. In addition there are safety equipment, heat transfer systems, technology, filtration, separation and many others.

Chairman of Environmental Compartment Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Indonesia Ilhamy Elias said, the CIA and EnvironmexAsia and WatermexAsia are important events for business people of Indonesia. "This is the place where the technology needed by Indonesia, which is developing the industry can be found and imported. The exhibition also has a wide range of products and services. This is an appropriate event to network and form business alliances," he said, in Jakarta, last week. Along with the exhibition, will also be held the CIA2005 International Conference to be held from 30 November to 2 December. This international conference will discuss issues of safety and reliability, networking and communications industries, productivity and asset management and field equipment for testing and measurement, as well as automation and control strategies.

Investment
According to Elias, Indonesia needs to invest in new processing equipment, as well as environmental technology. This is to maximize the production of palm oil industry to meet growing world demand for biological fuel. With the rising fuel prices biological fuel (bio fuel) has returned to global interests. And the countries working to reduce harmful emissions to meet the target of the Kyoto Protocol rules. Under the rules of the Kyoto Protocol, which applies this year, industrial countries have committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 5 percent in the year 2008 to 2012.

This will result in a higher demand for palm oil for use in manufacturing bio-diesel fuel. Indonesia is the producer and exporter of palm oil in the world's second largest. Therefore, many investors who are considering establishing biodiesel plants in this country.

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