APLA 2022 Registrations are Open

July 13, 2022

APLA, the Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association organizes the 42nd Latin American Petrochemical Annual Meeting, to be held November 12-15, 2022 at the Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun, Mexico.

The meeting brings together every year the leaders and decision-makers of the petrochemical and chemical industry in the region and in its 42nd edition, it will have a 100% face-to-face proposal, being the right place to conduct negotiations and presentations, develop and consolidate business, exchange knowledge and generate valuable contacts.

During this meeting, debates on sustainability, challenges in energy supply and logistics in the sector will play a leading role.

The program includes seminars, lectures, social and networking spaces.

You can learn more here.


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