The exhibition was inaugurated on Sunday in a ceremony attended by Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri and Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh.
With the main theme of “promoting the business environment of Iran’s petrochemical and plastic industries”, the exhibition has managed to attract 600 foreign and 534 Iranian companies, which shows a 39-percent growth compared with previous editions.
Companies from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, India, Serbia, Italy, South Korea, Austria, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Spain, Britain, Thailand, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Turkey, Taiwan, China, Japan and the UAE are participating in the exhibition.
Meanwhile, commercial delegations from Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ukraine, Oman, Georgia and Armenia as well as 230 tradesmen from Azerbaijan, Syria, Turkey, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Korea, Malaysia, China, Ghana, Kenya, Romania and Canada are present in the exhibition.
Among the main goals of the exhibition are promoting plastic industry, attracting foreign investments, expanding export of goods, facilitating plastic marketing, and exchanging new technologies.
The exhibition will be underway until September 27.
IranPlast is one of the largest and most important exhibitions in Iran in the fields of raw materials, machinery and moulds, auxiliaries and services for plastics, and rubber industries. It is also one of the most important ones in the Middle East and Asia.
The first five editions of IranPlast were organized annually, but from the 6th round, it became a biennial exhibition in order to enhance its quality, structure and organization.