30th Chinaplas expanding on adversity

According to the team leader of Chinaplas, Ms. Ada LEUNG, General Manager of Adsale, who cudgels her brains to introduce innovative elements to the show every year so as to keep the loyal visitors feeling fresh and excited each year, Chinaplas 2016 has evoked an overwhelming response. The feedback from both exhibitors and visitors were very positive and encouraging. The exhibitors are generally satisfied with the visitor quality and their participation results. Most of them agreed that the participation of Chinaplas 2016 exceeded expectations as the visitor profiles are getting more international, and so is the trade fair itself.

Mr. Stephan GREIF, CEO of Demag Plastics Machinery (Ningbo) Co., Ltd., expressed that Chinaplas 2016 made him proud for several reasons: The number and level of interested customers were as high as the waves in a tsunami. The company has never met so many customers from the Middle East, India, South East Asia, Russia before in the show, and there were customers from China, Europe and the States as well. Customers demonstrated an astonishingly high level of interest and technical knowledge. On the other hand, the technology standard of the machinery, automation solutions and other equipment exhibited is comparable to those in Europe, and it has been a pleasure for them to find that Chinaplas had become on a par with K Show in Germany in terms of organization, safety and visitor behavior.

Chinaplas 2016 was considered as a fruitful trip by Ms Kelly XIE, Head of Tomra Sorting Recycling China, TOMRA Sorting Technology (Xiamen) Co., Ltd., after her meeting with a lot of new customers. "With the introduction of the Recycling Technology Zone, customers with specific recycling needs were able to locate us, and existing customers could find us with ease."

"It was a great chance to meet many customers and end-users in our booth. It was very pleasing to know that lots of visitors were interested in our automotive mock-up, as we consider the mock-up of LG Chem to be one of the great attractions in the fair," said Mr. Jake Youngjoo CHANG, Senior Manager of LG Chem.

Satisfaction towards Chinaplas 2016 was also expressed by Mr. GAO Rong Biao, General Manager of Zhejiang DEMARK Machinery Co., Ltd. "We met plenty of professional visitors who mainly came from mainland China, South America and the Middle East. They were interested in injection blowing machines, plastic containers, blow molds, etc. Not only did we meet a great number of potential buyers, but also were we able to enhance our company's brand image in Chinaplas."

Mr Ian TOH, Commercial Director, Asia Pacific of NatureWorks also gave positive comments. "This is the 30th Chinaplas and we see that the show grows and improves over time in terms of the number and quality of visitors, the management, and the efforts of the organizer to promote a greener plastic industry. We are very pleased with the business leads and opportunities being developed. Chinaplas is really a great platform to meet existing and potential customers."

In addition, Chinaplas also received encouraging feedbacks from the end-users of different industries. With one accord, they discovered many innovative, automated and green solutions to help their companies make a breakthrough.

"I have visited Chinaplas at least 10 times, and I was very happy to see the integrated solutions in the Automation Technology Zone," reflected Mr. Xiaosheng WU, Engineering Manager of Memtech International Ltd. – Nantong Memtech Technology Co., Ltd. "The production of automotive interior demonstrated by Demag in hall E7 impressed me very much. The fibers embedded within the mold, meanwhile far infrared preheating, injection molding and after treatment processes were displayed together this year while in the past, these were presented separately. The integration brought me some new ideas, and I believe it would become the future trend. By visiting Chinaplas, you can benefit more than you see."

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