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Plastivision India 2023, concludes its 38th roadshow with a curtain raiser event in Mumbai

 Mumbai: Known as the oldest and one of the top five exhibitions in the world, Plastivision India 2023, promoted by All India Plastics Manufacturers’ Association, concluded its 38th road show in Mumbai with a curtain raiser event. The event was scheduled at the Sahara Star in Mumbai on 25th November 2023. Plastivision India 2023 to be held in Mumbai between 7th to 11th December 2023 is supported by Govt. of India, Ministry of Chemical & Fertilizers – Department of Chemical & Petrochemical, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium enterprises, Government of Maharashtra and Make In India. The recently held roadshow in Mumbai on 25th November was graced by Shri M.P. Taparia, Managing Director Supreme Industries Ltd as the Chief Guest while Shri Unmesh Nayak, COO – Polymers, Reliance Industries Ltd and, Founder & MD of Prince Pipes and Fittings Ltd were present as Guest of Honor.

Present at the Plastivision India 2023 curtain raiser event on 25th November 2023 were industry veterans such as Mr. Harpal Singh, Chairman NEC, Mr. Manish Dedhia, President AIPMA, Arvind Mehta, Chairman of NAB and Dr. Asutosh Gor and Mr. Chandrakant Turakhia, Co-Chairman Plastivision India 2023 along with other committee members  

Mr. Harpal Singh, Chairman NEC commented, “Our curtain raiser event in Mumbai was a big success. We are thrilled to be conducting the 12th edition of Plastivision India 2023 and are confident that this edition will break all previous records. We shall witness a participation of more than 1500+ exhibitors from different segments of the industry, who have booked their stalls in the well facilitated modern fairground occupying the entire premises consisting of 125,000 sq.mtrs from more than 30 countries. Plastivision India is in Mumbai aims to witness over 2.5 lac visitors from all over the world.”

Plastivision 2023, will be held between in hall numbers 1,2,3,4,5 and 7, from 7th to 11th December at NESCO Exhibition Center in Mumbai serves as a platform for Indian firms to showcase their plastic manufacturing prowess. AIPMA has already conducted 30+ roadshows across the country, including neighbouring countries like Bangladesh and Nepal to invite local businesses. In addition to the scheduled displays, conferences, and events, AIPMA expects many participating companies to be signing MoUs during the 5-day exhibition, underscoring the importance of Plastivision 2023 in powering the plastic industry. International exhibitors include countries such as USA, China, UK, UAE, Egypt, Germany, Italy, Japan, Austria, Malaysia, Russia, Netherlands, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Innovations such as automation & robotics, recycled finished and medical & healthcare products will be showcased. Also a special India mould and recycling pavilion along with Dana bazar, and start-up segment will be the key highlights this year.

Mr. Manish Dedhia, President of AIPMA, commented on during the curtain raiser event of Plastivision India 2023, “Continuing with its rich tradition, Plastivision India2023 will not only serve as the largest platform for buyers and sellers in the Indian plastics industry, but will also serve as an important catalyst for further growth with manufacturers, key ministerial leaders and industry members coming together to share both ideas and innovations. Ultimately, AIPMA’s aim is to make India a global hub for plastics, and we believe Plastivision India 2023 will remain an important initiative that will spur more growth opportunities towards that end.”

Mr. Arvind Mehta, NAB Chairman and GC Chairman, “We are proud to have been a part of Plastivision India 2023, a prestigious event that showcases the latest innovations and advancements in the plastics industry. Our participation in Plastivision India 2023 is a testament to our dedication to supporting the growth and development of the plastics industry in India. Overall, the exports will increase from 40000 Crores to 160000 Crores in coming three years. The import substitution has reached 35,000 Crores per year, presenting an opportunity for leveraging the principles of the circular economy and sustainability. AMTEC currently upskilling 600 students per year and providing employment opportunities as Product Designers for export increase. We look forward to continuing our journey in this exciting sector and contributing to the success of future editions of Plastivision India.”

The exhibition will see the official participation of companies like Reliance Industries, Supreme Petrochem, HPCL, GAIL, HMEL and IOCL amongst others, with registrations also open for the general public. Moreover industry leaders and companies from at least 28 countries including Germany, Israel, Japan, South Korea, China, Saudi Arabia and many more will be present at the exhibition’s international pavilion, providing all participants with unbridled networking opportunities.

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