25/11/2020The trade fairs interplastica, International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, and upakovka, No. 1 Trade Fair in Russia for Processing and Packaging, scheduled for 26-29 January 2021 at the AO Expocentre exhibition centre in Krasnaya Presnya in Moscow, have been cancelled and will take place on their next regular dates, 25-28 January 2022
23/09/2020For months the Covid-19 pandemic has affected life and the economy worldwide. Due to its highly dynamic nature at present as well as the travel restrictions affecting exhibitors and buyers in numerous countries overseas both Plastics & Rubber Vietnam and ArabPlast and PLASTINDIA will be re-scheduled.
16/09/2020The Covid-19 pandemic currently faces businesses around the globe with very special challenges. Like the international trade fair business. Trade fairs have been cancelled worldwide but the industry is not at a standstill. After all, trade fairs are urgently needed for re-starting the economy as a whole.
17/02/2020Packaging sector in Russia is booming +++ Strong debut for new interplastica segment “Recycling Solutions” +++ Lecture forums meet with great approval
18/11/2019Trade fair expects 680 exhibitors from approx. 30 countries +++ powerful kick-off for “Recycling Solutions” +++ special 3D fab+print for the 4th time already +++ lecture forum Polymer Plaza presents sustainability concepts
14/05/2019• Trade fair company reports record participation • Ten German SMEs design the German Pavilion at Pack Print International 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand • Promotion in the foreign trade fair
14/05/2019The Asian region is buckling down on major trends and issues to achieve a future “perfect” economic growth, which will have a ripple effect on the plastics industry.
16/10/2018- 24,918 trade visitors from Indonesia and around the world - 360 exhibitors from 21 countries showcased best-in-industry solutions - Well-attended industry seminars and presentations
29/09/2017The high attendance of more than 8,200 targeted visitors from 40 countries including group delegations from China, India, Myanmar and Thailand at T-PLAS 2017 – the international trade fair for the plastics and rubber industries, affirmed its positioning as the industry and Thailand’s must - attend specialist event when it closed its doors last week.