CHINAPLAS expects to set new record of 100,000 visitors

CHINAPLAS expects to set new record of 100,000 visitors
CHINAPLAS 2012 is approaching to its final countdown, a series of promotional activities have been carried out in full swing by the organizer.

With its great influence in the plastics and rubber industries, together with the flourishing development of the application industries and also the green policy promotion of the 12th Five-year Plan, CHINAPLAS 2012 has become the focal point of the global industries. It is expected that the number of visitors this year will hit 100,000, refreshing another new height in addition to the records of exhibition scale and the number of exhibitors.

CHINAPLAS 2012, Asia's No. 1 and world's No. 2 plastics and rubber trade fair, will grandly return to Shanghai from April 18 to 21, staging at Shanghai New International Expo Centre. To maximize the exposure of this mega show, the Organizer has been showing up in various relevant international exhibitions over the past few months, including South Korea, India, Japan, Russia, Thailand and Turkey.


These initiatives have successfully brought the first-hand show news to the visitors there and recruited a large number of overseas trade buyers to pre-register as visitors of CHINAPLAS 2012. The organizer's tremendous promotional effort together with the staunch support from overseas media and travel agents will help to boost the number of overseas visitors to a large extent.

In order to strengthen the relevancy of CHINAPLAS with its application industries and to introduce relevant exhibits and exhibitors applied in each different industry, the organizer has organized a user industry conference in Shanghai in November 2011, in which over 100 representatives from plastics industry associations, user trade associations and end-user enterprises from various application sectors had demonstrated their support to CHINAPLAS 2012.

Due to the overwhelming response, the organizer will hold two additional conferences in Fuzhou and Guangzhou in the coming month to meet end user associations and local key buyers from various industries.

In addition, CHINAPLAS also showed its presence in over 20 activities in the past few months, such as annual meetings, seminars and forums held by different industries' media and associations, covering sectors of automotive, plastic profiles and windows, plastic pipes, chemical construction material, plastic pallet, new materials, casting films, medical equipment and automotive electronic technologies, etc. This not only enabled the organizer to know more about the demand of users from different industries, but also allowed buyers to receive the most updated show information and relevant technologies.

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