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Plastindia rescheduled to February 2022

29 September 2020: Owing to the continued crisis of COVID-19, the 11th PlastIndia International Exhibition & Conference has been rescheduled. The show will take place from February 17-21, 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, as per a recent announcement made by the organizers – Plastindia Foundation. As per the earlier plan, the expo was to take place on 4-8 February 2021.

PlastIndia is the third largest exhibition of its kind in the world and the largest in India. Held once every three years, the expo expects 2,000 + exhibitors from 45+ countries including India to showcase latest innovation and technology in plastic packaging, manufacturing at 2022 Expo in New Delhi.

The event will be supported by the Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals – Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India. It will showcase India as a global hub for sourcing processed items related to plastics, raw material, machinery and various other products for use in different segments.

Over the years, the Expo has successfully facilitated support from the government where the latter has constituted several groups to address important issues like quality and specifications, recycling and waste management etc of plastic.

The plastics industry in India is contributing significantly in the economic development and growth of various key sectors in the country. Right from automotive, agriculture, horticulture, construction, medical equipment, health care, irrigation, sanitation, drinking water, sports, plastic composites and packaging – all sectors are impacted by the use of plastic. The food security industry requires the highest ever safe, secure & hygienic packaging and its perfect solution is provided by Flexible Packaging including Plastic woven sacks.

PlastIndia will take active steps to support the decision of the Central Government for single-use plastics. It is working towards fully backing the circular economy with a focus on Recycle and Multiple uses of Plastic Products.

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