Cosmo Films to show its product range at PlastIndia 2023

Specialty films provider to also take part in Label Expo Bangkok

Pankaj Poddar, Group CEO, Cosmo First. Photo Cosmo Films

Cosmo Films, a global provider of specialty films, is set to participate in the 11th edition of PlastIndia 2023 to be held from 1 to 5  February 2023 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi and the LabelExpo from 9 – 11 February in Bangkok respectively. The company recently participated at Gap Expo in Bangladesh and will take part in many other exhibitions this year.

Key industry players across the world will participate in the exhibitions to showcase their existing range of products and services, tap into industry opportunities and trends, and network with the world’s leading suppliers and industry experts.

Cosmo Films will showcase its entire range of products ranging from flexible packaging, label, lamination, packaging, synthetic paper, and industrial films, along with their newly launched products –

PET-G shrink label films and Cosmo Plastech (containers) as well as adhesives (flexible packaging and lamination).

Focusing on innovation, sustainability, and growth while facilitating modern techniques, the exhibitions intend to encourage advances in the packaging industry and strengthen India’s standpoint as a global sourcing hub for packaging. 

Cosmo Films understands the importance of sustainable and efficient packaging in today’s market and is proud to offer solutions that not only protect and preserve products but also reduce environmental impact. Their team of experts will be available at the exhibition to discuss custom packaging options and answer queries from visitors and delegates.

Sharing his thoughts, Pankaj Poddar, Group CEO, Cosmo First said, “Sustainability has been at the core of our innovative approach. Our newest products such as PET-G shrink label films and Cosmo Plastech (containers), have been conceptualized keeping the needs of the industry, consumers, and the planet in mind.”

Cosmo Films is one of the businesses of Cosmo First Limited, with more than 42 years in existence. Cosmo First Limited has diverse businesses, including Cosmo Films, Cosmo Speciality Chemicals (coatings, adhesive, masterbatches, and textile chemicals), Cosmo Plastech (tamper proof containers), Cosmo Sunshield (window & security films), Zigly (D2C omnichannel petcare brand) and Philanthropic arm Cosmo Foundation.

With manufacturing units in India & Korea and warehousing in different parts of the World, Cosmo Films is a global provider offering specialty BOPP, BOPET & CPP films for sustainable packaging, labels (shrink wrap, face stock films, labels for injection-molded containers and wrap around), lamination (thermal and wet lamination), synthetic paper, and various industrial applications.

Founded in 1981, Cosmo First is a global leader in specialty films and an emerging player in specialty chemicals (masterbatches, adhesive, coating & textile chemicals).

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