Plastindia Foundation launches visitor app for Plastindia exhibition 2023

Visitors can register immediately to avail of early bird discounts

R-L – Jigish Doshi, President, Plastindia Foundation; Padmaja Reddy, chairperson (promotion committee) for PlastIndia-2023; Ajay Shah (Chairman National executive committee) Plastindia 2023.

Plastindia Foundation, an apex body of the major association, organizations, and institutions connected with Plastics, has launched a visitor registration app for the Plastindia exhibition 2023.

The 11th edition of the international plastics exhibition, conference, and convention will be held from 1 to 5 February at the newly revamped Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Plastindia 2023 will focus on innovation, sustainability, and growth, facilitating modern techniques that will help to maintain a cleaner environment and lead to sustainable economic growth.

The event will be spread across 150 acres of exhibition space with a total built-up area of 4.2 million square feet in Pragati Maidan. The event has been very well received and most of the space is already sold out.

A total of nearly 2000 exhibitors from across the globe will showcase their products and technology. Halls 2,3 and 5 in the new Pragati Maidan, which has been booked for the exhibition, are already operational. Halls 6 and 14 will be ready well before the event. Halls in old Pragati Maidan are also booked for the exhibition.

The app will allow people to register immediately for the event and avail of an early bird discount that ends on 30 September.

Jigish Doshi, president of Plastindia Foundation said, “Technology enables us to work efficiently and effectively. The long-awaited Plastindia 2023 is set to be unveiled soon, and we want no one to miss the opportunity. The visitor registration app simplifies the process and makes it easy for everyone to register for the event.”

Ajay Shah, chairman, National Executive Council, Plastindia 2023, said, “Our aim is to foster the growth of the Indian Plastic industry by holding world-class exhibitions that offer platforms for brands to launch new products, grow their network, learn new technologies, and exchange ideas at a global level. The exhibition aims not only to bring together exhibitors and visitors from different sectors of the plastic industry but also to display new technologies and innovations in the industry. With the help of this app, visitors from all over the world can register themselves without any hassle and can be a part of this huge event”.

The exhibition will provide an opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their new innovations in processing, machinery, molds, dies, auxiliary equipment, printing and packaging, and raw material.

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