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INDPLAS'12 generates business of Rs 100 crores (17-10-2012)
 
Kolkata, October 15, 2012: The largest plastics exhibition of Eastern India, Indplas'12, concluded on a positive note with business worth Rs. 100 crore(USD $ 20 M). Indplas'12 - 6th International Exhibition on Plastics held at Science City, Kolkata from October 5 - 8, 2012 was a grand success where a total number of 271 exhibitors participated as compared to 237 exhibitors in the 5th edition. Exhbition was occupied with 4605 sq mtr(2700sq mtr-5th edition).We had footfall of above 75000 visitors.The exhibition was supported by Taitra (a Government of Taiwan organisation) & 12 exhibitors from Taiwan participated in this year's Indplas, moreover exhibitors from China, South Korea & Italy also participated in Indplas 12. A Taiwanese business delegation of 30 business people visited the exhibition. We also had visit by Consul Generral of the People's Republic of China in Kolkata Mr Zhang Lizhong.
Amongst distinguished visitors were Dr Nayak DG CIPET,Senior Office Bearers and members of all founder members of Plastindia& other Supporting Associations.
Polymer manufacturers like Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd, Reliance Industries Ltd., Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., Dhunseri Tea and Polymers Ltd, Hindustan Mittal Energy Ltd, machinery manufacturers like Ferromatik Milacron, Lohia Starlinger, Electronica, Rajoo Engineers, Gujarat Machinery, Mamata Group and many others, additive and master batch manufacturers as well as reprocessing machinery manufacturers participated in in large number.
The National Committee of Plasticulture Applications In Horticulture (NCPAH) displayed the latest use of plastics in Horticulture and Agriculture with live demonstration. At the Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment (ICPE) stall, the myths about plastics were clarified. Emphasis on plastic waste management was exhibited. Students from around 30 schools visited the exhibition on invitation. The students also visited the Theme Pavilion where the various uses of plastics in the field of Health care, automobile, Aviation, agriculture and many other areas of interest both in household and industry were showcased. Theme pavilion was jointly organized with CIPET.
Proposed Elevation of IPF Knowledge Centre Building was also displayed both at IPF stall and THEME pavilion.
Two street shows were organised by college students related to environment and use of plastics as well as waste management. Live machinery were on display and visitors could see for themselves advanced machinery manufactured by Indian machinery manufacturers.
The fair was inaugurated by Janab Firhad Hakim, Hon'ble Minister of Municipal Affairs and Urban Development, Govt of West Bengal in presence of Special Guest Shri Alapan Bandopadhyay IAS, Principal Secretary, Commerce and Industries & Municipal Affairs, Govt of West Bengal; Shri Vivek Bharadwaj IAS, Chief Executive Officer, KMDA; Shri Bipin Shah, President - Plastindia Foundation; Shri P R Singhvi, Vice Chairman & MD - Borouge India Pte Ltd.; Shri S. Mitra - Executive Director - Petrochemicals, Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. and Shri N. K. Surana, CMD Kalpena Industries Ltd. were the Guest of Honours. All the Platinum Sponsors were handed over Memontos for their support.
At a Glittering Award Nite programme held on 5thOct, in presence of leaders of Plsatindia founder members and senior executives of Reliance,GSFC, HMEL as Guests of Honour, Six Awards to exhibitors under various categaories were distributed as well GOLD and SILVER sponsors were felicitated by Guests of Honours.
On 6th Oct.GALA Nite was enjoyed by all exhibitors at a SUFI Nite over Cocktail Dinner.AIPMA President Mr Jayesh Rambhia felicitated Mr Rajesh Mohta President of IPF and the Chairman Indplas '12 EOC, Mr Amar Seth for successful Indplas '12. Mr Amar Seth dedicated the Felicitation to entire Indplas '12 team and thanked the Team members.
Visitors from all over the country, mainly Eastern India and neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Myamnar, Bhutan, Thailand visited the exhibition in large numbers. Visitors from Italy, Iran and South Africa also visited the exhibition.
Team Indplas '12 thank all exhibitors and visitors for making Indplas '12 , a grand success.
The largest plastics exhibition of eastern India Indplas'12 - 6th International Exhibition on Plastics held at Science City, Kolkata from October 5 - 8, 2012 was a grand success. There were a total of 271 exhibitors as compared to 237 exhibitors of the 5th edition. The exhibitors were extremely happy with the infrastructure created on a barren muddy ground. The organisers faced torrential rain on 4th October evening and after working over night they were ready to welcome the exhibitors on 5th October morning.
The exhibition covered all aspects of plastic industry viz. polymer manufacturers like Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd, Reliance Industries Ltd., Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., Dhunseri Tea and Polymers Ltd, Hindustan Mittal Energy Ltd. and machinery manufacturers like Ferromatik Milacron, Lohia Starlinger, Electronica, Rajoo Engineers, Gujarat Machinery, Mamata Group and many others. Additive and master batch manufacturers as well as reprocessing machinery manufacturers were to be seen all around. Processed goods from varied Polymers were exhibited. Leading PVC pipe manufacturers and Woven sacks were present in large numbers.
The exhibition was supported by Taitra (a Government of Taiwan organisation) and they brought exhibitors from Taiwan. In all 15 foreign Exhbitors participated fully satisfied.
The exhibition on a 30000 sq mtr ground,covered occupied area of 4605 sq.m. compared with 2700 sq.m. in the previous exhibition. All exhibitors were accommodated in air conditioned halls with most modern facilities. Some of the large exhibitors constructed their stalls as per international standards. The exhibition witnessed 75,000 footfall of business visitors in 4 days. It is estimated that the exhibition generated business of around Rs.100/- crores (USD $ 20 m).
The fair was inaugurated by Janab Firhad Hakim, Hon'ble Minister of Municipal Affairs and Urban Development, Govt of West Bengal in presence of Special Guest Shri Alapan Bandopadhyay IAS, Principal Secretary, Commerce and Industries & Municipal Affairs, Govt of West Bengal; Shri Vivek Bharadwaj IAS, Chief Executive Officer, KMDA; Shri Bipin Shah, President - Plastindia Foundation; Shri P R Singhvi, Vice Chairman & MD - Borouge India Pte Ltd.; Shri S. Mitra - Executive Director - Petrochemicals, Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. and Shri N. K. Surana, CMD Kalpena Industries Ltd. were the Guest of Honours.
On the first day of the exhibition i.e. 5th October 2012, jury members of the Awards Committee visited all the exhibition stalls and graded exhibitors under six different categories and the awards were distributed at the Award Nite held on the evening of the same day at the Science City Mini Auditorium by the Guests of Honours. The Awards Nite was held along with an entertainment programme that was attended and appreciated by a large number of exhibitors. Programme was followed by Dinner.
On 6th October 12 Indplas'12 Exhibition Organising Committee organised a Gala Nite for exhibitors with an excellent programme by sufi singer Syed Adil Hussaini. This function was attended by over 800 persons and all the arrangements were appreciated.
The National Committee of Plasticulture Applications In Horticulture (NCPAH) displayed the latest use of plastics in Horticulture and Agriculture with live demonstration. At the Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment (ICPE)stall, the myths about plastics were clarified. Emphasis on plastic waste management was exhibited. Students from around 30 schools visited the exhibition on invitation. The students also visited the Theme Pavilion where the various uses of plastics in the field of Health care, automobile, Aviation, agriculture and many other areas of interest both in household and industry were showcased.
Two street shows were organised by college students related to environment and use of plastics as well as waste management.
Live machinery were on display and visitors could see for themselves advanced machinery manufactured by Indian machinery manufacturers.
Inspite of intermittent rains there was lot of enthusiasm amongst the organisers and visitors. Visitors from all over the country, mainly eastern India and neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Myamnar, Bhutan, Thailand visited the exhibition in large numbers. There were few visitors also from ITLY, Iran and South Africa. The organisers are thankful to all the exhibitors, visitors, vendors for the success of Indplas'12.
Looking forward to Indplas'15.
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