MADISON, WI – After a major expansion of the exhibit floor at the International Cheese Technology Expo, organizers are excited to announce all booth space has now been filled for the 2018 event, set for April 17-19 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.
“Demand has never been stronger for space, once again proving the value our industry places in ICTE,” said Judy Keller, Events Director for ICTE co-host, the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association. “We’re pleased to connect cheesemakers, buttermakers, and whey processors with trusted companies that can supply them with the technology, goods, and services needed to make the world’s best dairy products.”
ICTE 2018’s exhibit floor will feature 295 companies offering everything from air and water treatment to cheesemaking equipment, and from ingredients to robotics. A complete list of exhibitors and a show floor plan is available now at www.CheeseExpo.org.
As always, dairy manufacturing and processing personnel enjoy free access to ICTE 2018 exhibits, buffet lunches, and receptions.
“The goal of ICTE 2018 is to bring the industry together, both for exhibits and for education,” said Keller. “Our impressive array of seminars, offered in partnership with the world-renowned Center for Dairy Research, is designed to offer something of interest and value to everyone from the CEO to the packaging line lead.”
ICTE 2018 seminars focus on challenges in global trade, pathogen control and food safety, cheese quality issues and solutions, growth opportunities in specialty cheese, and on whey and dairy proteins. Two limited tracks are also being offered for artisan cheesemakers and for human resources and managerial staff. Learn more and register today at www.CheeseExpo.org.