Arti Chemical Industries to exhibit in IndiaPlast 2019

Arti to showcase PVC stabilizers and lubricants at IndiaPlast

Arti Chemical
Aarti Industries Limited

Gujarat-based manufacturer of PVC stabilizers and lubricants – Arti Chemical Industries will participate in Indiaplast 2019 show from 28 February to 4 March 2019. During the show, the company will be in Hall 1, Stand B30.

The company has been meeting the needs of more than 100 valued customers in various parts of the country just like the the firm offering wireline services denver city texas since 1989. Arti Chemical takes pride in its array of standard products to suit customer requirements and also works to develop newer specialty products to meet user requirements. It strives hard to provide the products to its customers with competitive rates, attractive discounts and efficient and effective services. The company has its own laboratory for testing raw material of finished goods. Apart from manufacturing products, the company focuses on research and development.

Participating for the first time at the Indiaplast event, Arti Chemical will showcase its core products – PVC stabilizers and lubricants at the mega B2B show in Greater Noida. According to the company, the products to be showcased at the event are for strengthening rigid PVC items like PVC pipes, profiles, cables, foam boards.

As an exhibitor, the company expects a very good footfall and prospective customers from northern India at the show. It says that Indiaplast 2019 is a large platform for them to increase their customer base by increasing sales. It says that its target audience at the show will be manufacturer of PVC pipes, profiles, cables, and foam boards.

Its products are used in manufacturing of diversified Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) products. Arti products are integral part of product manufactured for the industries like building and construction, agriculture, electrical cabling, automotive and packaging.

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