Nagpur-based firm eyes bigger share in the global market

Hall 7 Level 2 / A 27


Simplex Chemopack is a Nagpur-based manufacturer and exporter of flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC) bags, woven polypropylene bags, geo textiles and woven polypropylene (WPP) fabrics. The company has a strong presence in the overseas market with US being the biggest market and Europe following on close heels. Almost 60% of its exports go to US while 30% goes to Europe.

The company will mark its first presence at interpack this year, where it plans to exhibit FIBC/jumbo bags, fabrics and BOPP bags. Since Simplex already has a strong footprint in the overseas market, at interpack, it wants to showcase its successful products to a much wider audience and gain a bigger share in the global market.

Apart from promoting its products, Simplex will also be talking about its new software service which it will offer to its big clients. This software can be used by overseas clients to place orders and find out the exact cost of the order. Not only will it bring in efficiencies, the company believes, it will also make it easier for global clients to get a prompt response given the time difference between US and India.
Simplex will be in Hall 7, Level 2 / A 27.

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