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PLASTINDIA 2015 – Gandhinagar

PLAST INDIA 2015 – Expanding Horizons

9th International Plastic Exhibition & Conference at 

Exhibition Ground, Sector 17, Gandhinagar

 

plast_india_logo_gandhinagar Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.

Plastindia Foundation – Progress Through Plastics

Plastics – One of the fastest growing industries in India , has a very vital role to play in Indian economy. The next two decades will witness an unprecedented, explosive growth in all sectors of Plastics Industry the demands clear, long term constructive goals and a time bound action programme PLASTINDIA FOUNDATION is the Apex body of major Associations, Organisations, and Institutions connected with plastics, with common objectives to promote, the development of plastics industry and to assist the growth of plastics and related materials and their products. The FOUNDATION is dedicated to the national progress through plastics.

Programmes

  • Exhibitions at national and international levels
  • Seminars & Workshops
  • Research & Development activities including market research, scientific research and statistical surveys and analysis
  • Educational training courses and man-power development programs
  • Lecture tours, study tours and sponsored delegations
  • Reference libraries, display centers, data banks and documentation centers
  • Product testing centers
  • Publication of technical journals, periodicals, surveys and reports
  • Consultancy and advisory services
  • Identification of potential areas for development
  • Representation and liaison with government and semi-government bodies
The Biggest Business Opportunity of 2015 Opens its Doors
Plastindia Foundation, the apex body for plastics in India and the federation of the most significant plastics industry bodies from the Indian sub-continent has formally announced the next edition of the Plastindia Exhibition in February 2015 (PI 2015) with the rousing tagline of ‘Expanding Horizons’.Held every three years, the Plastindia exhibitions have acquired the stature of a huge global platform. They are arguably the most significant Plastics related events that showcase the opportunities in developing nations and therefore the future of plastics. This simply massive exhibition will showcase the latest in technology, innovation, processes, products, responsible plastics management, recycling and a whole host of related aspects of plastics.In its 9th edition, Plastindia 2015 will be the biggest one till date and is expected to consolidate its position as one of the largest pure Plastics exhibitions on the global plastics scene. Expected to bring together about 150,000 business visitors and 2000 top class exhibitors from across 40 nations at a showcase extending across 125,000 sq. mts, this will truly be a staggering platform and opportunity for Indian plastics. Not just the main exhibition itself, there will be a stunning bouquet of associated offerings that make Plastindia exhibitions a ‘must not miss’ affair for global plastics honchos.

PI 2015 will also host the 4th PROPLAST Exhibition, which shows off the ever enhancing global standard capabilities of India’s plastics processing fraternity and is a magnet for OEMs and retail chains. Also being held concurrently would be the 9th International Conference on Plastics, the 24th ASEAN Plastics Forum, the 6th Plasticon Awards, the Wiintech Technology Transfer initiative as well as numerous B2B meets on investment, finance, knowledge sharing etc.

Describing PI 2015 as the largest single business opportunity of 2015, Mr. Subhash Kadakia, President Plastindia Foundation said that the exhibition would significantly expand the business horizons of all those who participate, regardless of their origin and business size, due to the sheer volume of opportunity that it would showcase and the quantum of learnings that would be available to one and all. All in all, PI 2015 promises opportunities for growth and success to anyone associated with or willing to associate with the wonderful world of plastics.

India – Poised to become the next Global Hub for Plastics
Backed by a huge workforce of economical yet skilled manpower; a high emphasis on quality as well as value for money; and a favourable regulatory environment, India’s plastic processing sector is surging.The industry has surplus processing capability to cater to more business and is constantly upgrading itself on technology and automization front to keep pace with the developed nations. The intent is simple – to become one of the world’s preferred processing hubs over next few years. India is welcoming, ready and waiting.
Exhibitors and visitors from over 40 countries across the globe to attend PLASTINDIA 2015
INDIA – The globe’s most lucrative business destination is growing bigger by the day. Plastics – as the key material for man’s progress today – will be a key beneficiary of this tremendous growth surge.PLASTINDIA 2015 will be the gateway to this profusion of unlimited possibilities. Companies from every corner of the globe will gather to convert opportunities to business reality.
INDIA – THE KEY DRIVER FOR THE FUTURE
  • India’s Per capita GDP set to double by 2020
  • India’s household income to almost triple by 2020
  • At present, India’s total merchandise trade is US $ 792 Bn – more than 50% of GDP
  • A productive and growing work force of 467 million people; expected to add 100 million more by 2020
  • India has a surging, upwardly mobile, middle class of 400 million people; 60% of which is under 35 years of age
  • A productive and growing work force of 467 million people; expected to add 100 million more by 2020
  • India has a surging, upwardly mobile, middle class of 400 million people; 60% of which is under 35 years of age
  • India has a surging, upwardly mobile, middle class of 400 million people; 60% of which is under 35 years of age
  • A productive and growing work force of 467 million people; expected to add 100 million more by 2020
  • India has a surging, upwardly mobile, middle class of 400 million people; 60% of which is under 35 years of age
  • India’s plastics processing industry will deploy more than 180,000 machines by 2020 – from the current 110,000 – to cater to booming demands
 

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