CEPLAST scheduled for November 2011

CEPLAST scheduled for November…
CEPLAST is the international fair of the plastics and rubber processing sector, gathering companies from the Central and Eastern Europe countries including Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia.

Targi Kielce and ECEBD are the organizers of the exhibition. According to CENTREX , Targi Kielce is the third largest exhibition centre in Central and Eastern Europe.

The CEPLAST trade show will be organized for the first time in 2011. Its major focus will be the industry segments which mainly characterize the region. The CEPLAST trade fair will show the most important features in this valuabl area of business. Plastic processors, together with their suppliers and major customers (TIER1 and 2 suppliers, OEMs, retail stores and construction companies) are welcome to the CEPLAST trade show. CEPLAST will showcase the most recent product developments and novelties related to the CEE region’s plastics industry.

The CEPLAST-2011 will mainly focus on the: automotive and E+E industries, food and pharmaceutical packaging, building and construction.

PLASTPOL CEPLAST is the first CEE edition of the record breaking International Fair of Plastics and Rubber Processing PLASTPOL to be based in Budapest. Plastpol has been organized for 15 years in Poland. The Fair has been certified by UFI – the most important international trade fair organization which associates with only 300 trade fair companies in all of the world.

Prior to the global economical crisis, the CEE region had a plastics industry generating approximately €100 billion value per annum. Most of the CEE countries have a relatively developed plastics industry and a vivid economical environment, in spite of the particular difficulties of each respective country. Nevertheless, the CEE countries share a similar past and , in our point of view, a similar future as well. The region is treated as one and there is no differentiation between the countries. The countries have similar economies; most of which are inside the EU. A significant part of their GDP is based on subcontracting for Western European and international companies.

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