1,800 exhibitors expected at PlastIndia 2023

1 to 5 February 2023, at Pragati Maidan New Delhi

PlastIndia Foundation committee members.

The stage is set for the 11th edition of the International Plastics Exhibition, Conference, and convention – PlastIndia 2023 – from 1 to 5 February 2023, at the newly revamped Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Asia’s largest plastic exhibition organized by the Plastindia Foundation will bring together over 1,800 exhibitors from across the world. Besides India, Germany, Austria, Japan, and Singapore are some of the key participating countries. 

Plastindia 2023 will focus on innovation, sustainability, and growth, facilitating modern techniques that will help to maintain the development of the plastics industry in India and will work towards developing India into a preferred sourcing hub for plastics globally.

The five-day event will provide an excellent opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their new innovations in processing, machinery, moulds, and dies, auxiliary equipment, printing and packaging, raw material, and more.  

Innovative products and technologies will be showcased by leading participants such as Reliance Industries , Indian Oil Corporation, HMEL, Alok Masterbatches, Fine Organics, Kuraray, OQ, and Sabic, in raw material; Lohia, Mamata, Rajoo, Pelican, JP, Milacron,  ASB, Husky, Engel, Rifenhauser, W&H, and Bruckner in machinery; UFlex, Erema, and Starlinger in recycling equipment; and Supreme and Vishakha in finished products. 

Jigish Doshi, president of Plastindia Foundation, said, ”We are delighted to present Plastindia 2023. After an unwilling pause of four years due to the pandemic, Plastics industry professionals from all over the world will again get a chance to present future perspectives and solutions for the plastic and polymer industry. The mega exhibition will be the biggest one to date and is expected to consolidate its position as one of the largest pure Plastics exhibitions in the global plastics scene.” 

This event will truly be an incredible platform and opportunity for Indian plastics industry. Not just the main exhibition itself, there will be a stunning bouquet of associated offerings that make Plastindia exhibitions a ‘must not miss’ affair for global plastics honchos,” Doshi said. 

Ajay Shah, chairman of the National Executive Council, Plastindia 2023 said, “PlastIndia has grown into a global experience, covering the entire gamut of plastics producers, processors, and users of plastics, together with recyclers of plastics and it witnesses intense participation by both Indian and International Plastics Fraternity”. 

 “This exhibition is likely to change the face of plastics as it will help create more awareness about sustainability and recycling. All the participants will be part of this change. If you are in the plastics industry, you simply cannot miss the opportunity of being in a show of such magnitude. I urge everyone from the plastics industry to come forth and be a part of Plastindia 2023.” 

Established in 1987, the PlastIndia Foundation is the apex body of the major association, organizations, and institutions connected with Plastics focused to promote the development of the plastics industry and assist in the growth of plastics and related materials.

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