Industrial Netting Events

Petfood Forum
September 22-24, 2021 | Kansas City, Missouri | Booth #736

Click here to visit the Pet Food Forum, 2020 website to register!

The Petfood Forum group of conferences and exhibitions are unique and exclusive events serving the global pet food manufacturing industry. They deliver the opportunity to learn the latest research and innovative information on pet nutrition, global pet food market growth, pet food safety, processing, packaging and much more—all from leading, recognized pet food industry experts.

MJ Biz
October, 20-22, 2021 | Las Vegas, Nevada | Booth #C6510

Click here to visit the MJBiz Conference website for all information!

MJBizCon is the #1 trade show for cannabis professionals. The 10th annual trade show, the largest in the industry, is scheduled to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center and will include an online component starting the week of Oct. 18. The live expo will be held Oct. 20-22, 2021. Come visit Industrial Netting!

Food Process Expo
November, 2-5, 2021 | Chicago, Illinois | Booth #20050

Click here for registration information for the Food Processing Expo, 2019!

PROCESS EXPO showcases all aspects of the food and beverage processing and packaging industry, uniting all industry sectors.!

March 29-31, 2022 | Miami Beach, Florida | Booth #302

Click here to visit the FiltXPO website!

Three power-packed days at the crossroads of many industries. It’s where transit meets healthcare. Where industrial meets residential. Where designers meet ideas. It’s where everyone involved in filtration and separation makes contacts.Come visit Industrial Netting for all of your Netting questions!

World Filtration Congress
October 5-9, 2022 | San Diego, California | Booth #TBD

World Filtration Congress, 2020!

World Filtration Congress 13 is to be held in the Fall of 2022. This will be the third World Filtration Congress hosted in North America; the last being in New Orleans in 2004, an event that set the record as the best Congress to date, at the time. Following every World Congress, a host country must wait a minimum of 16 years to re-apply to host the event again.