British companies are invited to exhibit at the largest plastics and rubber exhibition in India during 2020, Plastivision. If eligible, they could benefit from a Department for International Trade (DIT) grant of £2,500 per company.
Plastivision 2020 is the 11th edition of this key Indian plastics show. The exhibition, which is held every three years, covers over 60,000 square metres and is expected to feature over 1,200 exhibitors and attract nearly 200,000 visitors from 40 countries. The show is organised by an Indian plastics trade association called All India Plastics Manufacturers’ Association (AIPMA), a member of the Plastindia Foundation, which is a patron of the show.
The exhibition covers the whole supply chain: machinery manufacturers and suppliers, raw materials, processors, chemicals, resins, compound makers, moulds, dies, automation, recycling and more.
Plastivision 2020 will feature a British Pavilion coordinated by the British Plastics Federation. UK exhibitors can book stands starting from 6sqm. With the DIT grant, the stand cost will be covered by the funding, making the show very cost effective.
The British Plastics Federation, which coordinates the British Pavilion, invites interested companies to register interest as soon as possible due to the limited number of DIT grants available. These are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Plastivision takes place in Mumbai, India, 16-20 January 2020. The stand booking deadline for the British Pavilion is 31 August 2018.
For more information visit www.BPFevents.co.uk