International plastics and rubber trade show in Poland

From 22 to 25 May 2018, business professionals from various sectors of the plastics and rubber processing industry will gather in Kielce, Poland, to view the latest innovations. The Polish plastics industry can look foward to four days filled with everything around plastics.

Plastpol is Poland’s largest and most important plastics processing industry exhibition, having over the years received pan-European recognition. It is also an important knowledge exchange platform that keeps abreast of the development directions and the latest technologies. Moreover, Plastpol abounds with scientific and technical innovations.

After the last edition, the organisers at Targi Kielce were able to look back at a successful event. They announced that the Kielce Plastics Processing Expo had strengthened its market position in Poland and Europe. The excellent standing of both foreign and domestic plastics processing companies was demonstrated at Plastpol, which concluded on 26 May 2017 in Kielce. The positive result: 806 companies from 36 countries, 18,900 visitors and 34,000 square metres of exhibition floor space, an overall increase compared to the previous year’s event.Poland’s largest industry exhibition and at the same time one of Europe’s most highly-regarded industry events was the showcase for Polish plastics processing leaders and recycling-sector front-runners. In recent years, Plastpol has reported a steady increase in the number of recycling-business companies exhibiting at this trade fair. More than 50% of the exhibitors at the 2017 show were foreign companies. The international exhibitors list included companies from Germany, Austria, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Ireland, Great Britain, Lithuania, Israel, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, Russia, USA, Slovakia, Hungary, Egypt, Japan, China and Malaysia. It is a show tradition that German and Italian companies enjoy the strongest representation. A large group of Turkish and Chinese companies boosted these countries’ plastics industries’ potentials.

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