The 11th edition of the country’s largest plastics industry event will see the participation of more than 2,000 exhibitors from India and overseas
The 11th edition of PLASTINDIA, which will be held at New Delhi in February 2021, will be bigger than the previous editions, and will focus on responsible innovation to conserve the environment.
PLASTINDIA, the third-largest exhibition of its kind in the world and the largest in India is held once every three years. Its 10th edition had taken place in Gandhinagar in 2018 and the 11th will take place at PragatiMaidan in New Delhi from February 4-8 next year, and showcase India as a global hub for sourcing processed items related to plastics, raw material, machinery and other products for use in different segments.
Over the years, PLASTINDIA has emerged as the biggest and the most successful platform to showcase world-class innovations and products from the Indian plastics industry that are also used in a host of other sectors.
“The plastics industry is making a significant contribution to economic development across sectors in the country, and its growth is critical for the overall economy. Plastics are an integral part of automotive, agriculture, horticulture, construction, medical equipment, healthcare, irrigation, sanitation, sports, plastic composites and packaging, and other sectors, and the industry continues to break into newer areas. We are confident that the next edition of PLASTINDIA will further consolidate its position as the largest such show in India. Technology advancements would also cover current focus areas of artificial intelligence, robotics, sustainability, ” Mr Ajay Shah – Chairman, National Executive Council, PLASTINDIA 2021.
While their efforts are dedicated to the growth of the plastics industry, Plastindia Foundation is proactively engaged in enabling sustainable growth of the industry, with an enhanced focus on quality, human health, and environment.
“In tune with the vision of Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the focus of PLASTINDIA 2021 will be on using plastic responsibly to minimize its impact on the environment. There is a need to create awareness about recycling and reusing plastic, and adopting better waste management techniques,” added Mr Shah.
The 10th edition of PLASTINDIA saw 1,800 exhibitors, of which 550 were international exhibitors representing 44 countries, with close to 2.50 lakh visitors. The 11th edition of PLASTINDIA will be bigger than the previous editions and surpass the landmarks created in terms of exhibitors, participants, size of the exhibition, overseas participation and visitors.
“PLASTINDIA 2021 will see presence of more than 2,000 exhibitors from India and over 45 countries, and with quality business visitors. Our vision is to make Plastindia 2021 as a world class event at the modernized PragatiMaidan to ensure a memorable and rewarding experience to all.” said Mr Shah.
PLASTINDIA 2021 will see participation of exhibitors from across the plastics industry including raw materials, resins & compounds, chemicals, primary processing machineries, new technologies, printing & decorative equipment, associations & institutions, semi-finished & finished products, molds & dyes, and auxiliary equipment, among others.
“PLASTINDIA is an ideal platform to showcase products and services before thousands of potential customers from across the globe, to meet customers, interact with industry leaders, and to enhance brand awareness. It also provides an excellent opportunity to explore business and investment avenues, and to create partnerships for joint ventures and tie-ups,” said Mr Jigish Doshi – President – Plastindia Foundation.
The PLASTINDIA 2021 International Plastic Exhibition & Conference is supported by Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Union Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers.
“Our mission is to enhance the image and growth of Indian plastics industry by holding world-class exhibitions in India at regular intervals. PLASTINDIA Foundation has been taking this initiative over the years to bring together the best in this field globally, which has provided a platform for our domestic industrialists to share their experiences with their global counterparts,” added Mr Doshi.