Following the success of its two previous editions in Berlin and Antwerp, we are pleased to announce the 3rd Future of Surfactants Summit Europe will be taking place on 7th & 8th February 2018, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Over the two days, our expert speakers will provide you with an in-depth analysis of current challenges and share their insights into the future opportunities within the surfactants industry. Join us in Amsterdam to hear the latest updates on the raw materials, global surfactant market, regulations framing the industry, as well as innovation and sustainability. These varied topics will be covered through case studies, Q&A; sessions and interactive panel discussions.
Key Topics for Discussion:
- Petrochemical & Oleochemical Feedstocks
- Future Outlook on the Global Surfactants Industry
- Focusing on Fatty Alcohols
- A Deeper Look into Ethylene Oxide
- Regulation & REACH for Surfactants
- Consumers’ Voice & Lobbying
- Innovation linked to Formulation & Consumer Technologies
- Future Trends of End-Products
- Updates & Outlook on Sustainable Palm Oil for the Surfactant Industry
- Sustainability on a Global & European Scale
- Renewable Surfactants
Who Will Attend?
Raw materials manufacturers & traders, petrochemical and oleochemical producers, consumer product manufacturers, surfactant manufacturers, personal care/household/industrial cleaning ingredient formulators, enzymes producers, product developers, regulatory affairs organisations, brands, natural ingredient producers, consultancy, industry & consumer associations, research centres, technology & service providers
Why You Can’t Miss This Event?
This new edition will bring together senior executives form the entire value chain: feedstocks suppliers, surfactants producers, end-product manufacturers, along with technology providers and industry associations.
Join us in Amsterdam to exchange on your point of view and experience with your peers, and engage in excellent networking opportunities.
Chris Sayner, Vice President, Customer Alliances, Corporate Sustainability, Croda
Sarah Hickingbottom, Principal Consultant, LMC International
Nikolaos Koutras, Global Surfactants Process and Materials Manager, Procter & Gamble
Christophe Sene, Global Advisor for Regulatory Affairs, Trade Compliance and Sustainability, Stepan
Fakhara Jones, Technical Director, Surfachem