Indiaplast 2019: 28 February to 4 March Greater Noida

India’s biggest plastic show in 2019

IndiaPlast 2019 will be held at India Expo Centre at Greater Noida from 28 February to 4 March 2019

Indiaplast 2019, the biggest international plastic exhibition for the packaging, printing, converting and rubber industries, will be held at the India Expo Center, Greater Noida, Delhi/NCR from 28 February to 4 March 2019. The exhibition is a platform to showcase the strength of Indian manufacturers for the benefit of the country’s economy. IndiaPlast is a business match making platform – a technology initiative where visitors and exhibitors can make scheduled appointments prior to exhibition. The event is organized by a joint effort of the apex body of plastics machinery manufacturers in India, Plastics Machinery Manufacturers Association of India (PMMAI) and Triune Exhibitors Pvt. Ltd.

The event is expected to have more than 900 exhibitors from over 18 countries showcasing their innovation across 72,000 square meter of covered space area. Exhibitors specializing in machinery, raw materials, master batch, auxiliary equipment, mould making, additives and polymer companies will be part of the show.

With over 90,000 visitors expected to converge at the event, the show will have live demos of machinery and will showcase technologies and raw material advances made by Indian manufacturers.

The venue is connected to various means of transport and is easily accessible to public. National and international visitors can commute easily to the venue by various means. It is around 90 minutes’ drive from Delhi, Noida and Agra via expressways, 1-hour drive from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport and is also directly connected to the metro service, and 20 minutes from ICD Dadri, an ATA-Carnate approved port.

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