19 to 21 October 2021 | Basel


Platform for Chemistry, Pharmacy and Biotechnology

ILMAC 2021 successfully staged

ILMAC 2021 has closed its doors on 21 October 2021, and the organisers can look back on a successful trade fair – this was, after all, the only industry meeting point to be held in the German-speaking world this year. From 19 to 21 October 2021, some 7000 visitors and exhibitors met up in Basel.


To the final report


The industry will be meeting up again in the autumn of next year: live at ILMAC LAUSANNE on 28 and 29 September 2022.
ILMAC Basel is being held from 26 to 28 September 2023 at its customary venue in the exhibition halls in Basel. 

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You would like to be up to date 365 days a year around laboratory and process technology? No problem with ILMAC Community.

On the ILMAC Community, leading suppliers publish their innovations, videos, expertise, events and much more. Thanks to the ILMAC Community, you can now stay informed 365 days a year.

The ILMAC Community will be launched live at ILMAC on 20 October 2021. Be there at the launch, find out what the new digital platform is all about and toast with us. We look forward to seeing you!

Learn more about the launch of the ILMAC Community

Welcome to ILMAC, the sole Swiss industry fair for laboratory and process technology

Since 1959, ILMAC has been the sole Swiss industry fair for chemicals and life sciences that depicts all the industrial applications in process and laboratory technology. As a user-oriented trade fair, ILMAC is geared to experts in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biotechnology, food, drinks, cosmetics and others. Despite this wide range of sectors, ILMAC is still of particularly manageable proportions (it can be visited in a single day), is close to hand (staged in the midst of the pharmaceutical and chemical industries) and depicts the Swiss market in its entirety.


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