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01-09-2014

Plastivision India 2013 Closed with a Great Success

Mr. Raju Desai - Chairman, Plastivision India 2013, Anand Oza - President, AIPMA, Arvind Mehta - Chairman Governing Council, AIPMA (from left to right)

Mr. Raju Desai - Chairman, Plastivision India 2013, Anand Oza - President, AIPMA, Arvind Mehta - Chairman Governing Council, AIPMA (from left to right)

Plastivision India 2013 witnessed a grand response from the plastics industry, where more than 110,000 visitors attended the exhibition and recorded a participation from more the 1,225 exhibitors from over the world.

Plastivision India was spread over 75,000 sq. meters area covering 9 halls. The fair showcased various innovations and technologies from the plastics industry. The ninth edition of Plastivision 2013 was organized by All India Plastic Manufacturers' Association. The show had dedicated pavilions like Indiamold, Plastiworld, Plastics in Agriculture, Automation & Robotics in Plastics Pavilion, Green Pavilion, Solar Energy Pavilion and Plastics in Medical Pavilion. One of the areas where more attention was focused is bio-degradable plastics.

The event has successfully generated a business of Rs 1,500 crore this time, bringing 50% growth when compared with business of Rs 1,000 crore recorded at the previous Plastivision. We are hopeful to receive all the required support from the government that would facilitate the further growth of the plastics industry.

Plastivision is India's second largest plastics exhibition, the last show was held in 2011. Compared to 2011, this year, India's economy is full of a lot of uncertainty. President of the National Advisory Committee Plastivision Mr. Arvind Mehta said the slow growth of the plastics industry in India is because the Indian economy as a whole, there are some problems. But he also pointed out that Indian Oil Corporation on the line after the new capacity will soon be absorbed by the market, from that point you can see the Indian plastics industry continues to grow.

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