Triune Exhibitors, one of the leading organizers of industrial exhibitions, has announced that the 5th edition of Plastasia 2016 will be held from 3 to 6 March 2016 at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. The international exhibition will see major companies of the plastics industry unveil product solutions, cutting-edge technology and innovations as well as forge international alliances.

Plastasia 2016 is India’s flagship event, bringing together key players from the industry in order to learn, network and capitalize on the business opportunities. The exhibition will showcase plastics, raw materials, machinery and finished goods and will enable manufact- urers and users of plastics understand the trends and future of plastics.

Cyril Pereira, managing director, Triune Exhibitors, says, “We shifted to Delhi not because the city became a prime spot for industrial business, but, due to its prospects, as it bridges the scope for global investment. The potential that Delhi and the NCR region present is
sure to take the prospects of the region northwards. Our growth in 2014 has been impressive and we closed the year with a record 37 international exhibitions as organizers.”

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