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10th Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference

  • Type :Conference
  • Date :Sep 9 - 12, All day, 2018
  • Venue :Shangri-La Hotel
  • Address :9 Binjiang E Rd, HeJiangTing, Jinjiang District, Chengdu 中国成都市滨江东路9号
  • Member Price :850 USD
  • Non-member Price :850 USD
  • Contact :crac@reach24h.com

Grasp the Pulse of Regulatory Affairs and Focus on the Value of Compliance

The EU SME Centre invites you to join the 10th edition of the Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference in Chengdu, from 9 to 12 September 2018, organised by REACH24H Consulting Group, which will be a global platform to discuss regulations and technologies as well as future developments in the industry.

Following the premise of “cooperation, joint development and shared benefits”, CRAC2018 will focus on industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, food contact materials and consumer products, bringing together government officials, technical experts and business representatives from all corners of the world to share the latest compliance information, and together build a greener industry.

Conference highlights
  • 10 years of accumulated experience supporting an international-level event, covering 6 sessions to provide the latest regulatory information
  • An opportunity to bring together experts representing authorities, companies, and international organizations to expand network opportunities
  • Direct access to government representatives and authorities to assess the latest regulatory developments
  • Chinese –English – Japanese simultaneous interpretation to ensure zero language barriers
Target Audience
  • Experts from Laboratory /Scientific Research Institutes
  • Key decision makers from Multinational companies
  • EHS Managers
  • Regulation experts
  • Product Registration Managers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Trade Marketing Managers
  • Chemical/Pesticide/Food/Consumer goods and other industry media
Agenda

To view the full programme, please click here.

How to Sign Up

Registration fee: 850 USD/per person

1. Click the registration page here;

2. Complete the form and choose "EU SME Centre" as the partner.

3. Make the payment

Contact
Ms. Julia Pochat
Phone:+86 571 81969943
Email:crac@reach24h.com

About CRAC

In 2009, the first CRAC conference kicked off in Shanghai with the aims of promoting the development of the industry through compliance. This Conference proposed a new model for the industry, creating a multi-exchange platform where professionals could share in-depth analysis of regulatory and policy trends, experiences in compliance and discuss barriers as well future possible ways forward for the industry.

Over the last ten years, CRAC has witnessed the rapid development of the chemical industry and its shift towards a greener approach. It has observed the pesticide industry’s wave of transformation, growth and integration, noting how food safety and the quality of consumer products increasingly became an issue of public concern as well as a global focus area. Global oversight levels have risen, pressure for environmental protection has increased, competition has intensified and new opportunities and limitations have multiplied, which has injected a new impetus into various industries to change and rise up to the challenge.

10 years of accumulated experience supporting an international-level event, covering 6 sessions to provide the latest regulatory information
An opportunity to bring together experts representing authorities, companies, and international organizations to expand network opportunities
Direct access to government representatives and authorities to assess the latest regulatory developments
Chinese –English – Japanese simultaneous interpretation to ensure zero language barriers
10 years of accumulated experience supporting an international-level event, covering 6 sessions to provide the latest regulatory information
An opportunity to bring together experts representing authorities, companies, and international organizations to expand network opportunities
Direct access to government representatives and authorities to assess the latest regulatory developments
Chinese –English – Japanese simultaneous interpretation to ensure zero language barriers
The 10th Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC 2018) will once more follow the example set by previous sessions, offering a global platform to discuss regulations and technologies as well as future developments in the industry. Following the premise of “cooperation, joint development and shared benefits”, CRAC2018 will focus on industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, food contact materials and consumer products, bringing together government officials, technical experts and business representatives from all corners of the world to share the latest compliance information, and together build a greener industry.ThTheIn 2009, the first CRAC conference kicked off in Shanghai with the aims of promoting the development of the industry through compliance. This Conference proposed a new model for the industry, creating a multi-exchange platform where professionals could share in-depth analysis of regulatory and policy trends, experiences in compliance and discuss barriers as well future possible ways forward for the industry.
 
Over the last ten years, CRAC has witnessed the rapid development of the chemical industry and its shift towards a greener approach. It has observed the pesticide industry’s wave of transformation, growth and integration, noting how food safety and the quality of consumer products increasingly became an issue of public concern as well as a global focus area. Global oversight levels have risen, pressure for environmental protection has increased, competition has intensified and new opportunities and limitations have multiplied, which has injected a new impetus into various industries to change and rise up to the challenge.
 
The 10th Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC 2018) will once more follow the example set by previous sessions, offering a global platform to discuss regulations and technologies as well as future developments in the industry. Following the premise of “cooperation, joint development and shared benefits”, CRAC2018 will focus on industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, food contact materials and consumer products, bringing together government officials, technical experts and business representatives from all corners of the world to share the latest compliance information, and together build a greener industry.In 2009, the first CRAC conference kicked off in Shanghai with the aims of promoting the development of the industry through compliance. This Conference proposed a new model for the industry, creating a multi-exchange platform where professionals could share in-depth analysis of regulatory and policy trends, experiences in compliance and discuss barriers as well future possible ways forward for the industry.
 
Over the last ten years, CRAC has witnessed the rapid development of the chemical industry and its shift towards a greener approach. It has observed the pesticide industry’s wave of transformation, growth and integration, noting how food safety and the quality of consumer products increasingly became an issue of public concern as well as a global focus area. Global oversight levels have risen, pressure for environmental protection has increased, competition has intensified and new opportunities and limitations have multiplied, which has injected a new impetus into various industries to change and rise up to the challenge.
 
The 10th Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC 2018) will once more follow the example set by previous sessions, offering a global platform to discuss regulations and technologies as well as future developments in the industry. Following the premise of “cooperation, joint development and shared benefits”, CRAC2018 will focus on industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, food contact materials and consumer products, bringing together government officials, technical experts and business representatives from all corners of the world to share the latest compliance information, and together build a greener industry.