The organiser of Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) has revealed details about the key features at next year’s trade show in Shanghai, China.
Some of the highlighted feature areas include New Product Showcase, thirty of the latest offerings from exhibitors, including several global debuts.
Visitors can expect a quick overview of cutting-edge ingredients that have the potential to distinguish their new finished products in a competitive market.
Elsewhere, New Technology Sessions is a prominent platform for exhibitors to present groundbreaking research and technologies underpinning the industry's latest developments, the 2024 edition will feature close to 40 presentations by both domestic and international exhibitors over three days.
Meanwhile, the PCHi Sustainability Zone will spotlight the dedicated efforts of various exhibitors toward sustainable development, including a forum for exhibitors to detail how they have incorporated sustainability in their products, services, and business practices.
The Testing and Laboratory Zone, in collaboration with the Shanghai Society of Toxicology, will feature over 60 products and technologies designed to address regulatory and end-user expectations concerning cosmetic product safety.
In addition, Beauté Gourmet is an experiential zone bringing together exhibitors with products designed to enhance beauty from within, visitors can look forward to trying out some of the innovative products that promote ingestible beauty through a holistic approach.
Finally, Country Days will have sessions focused on the UK, France, and South Korea, offering insights into the latest developments and trends for cosmetic ingredients in these markets, and offer industry players networking opportunities beyond the show floor.
Show organiser Reed Sinopharm Exhibitions (RSE) says PCHi 2024, which will be held from 20-22 March at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre, is poised to host an unprecedented number of exhibitors.
Of the 750 participating companies, about 40% are international cosmetic ingredient providers.
RSE is also highlighting that from 1 December 2023 citizens of France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia will be able to enter China without a visa for up to 15 days.
This brings the list of countries with 15-day visa-free travel to China to eight, while the list of countries with 144-hour visa-free transit currently includes 54 nations.
For more information about PCHi 2024, please visit www.pchi-china.com/en.