Partnering with plastics & rubber industries for "A Brighter and Shared Future, Powered by Innovation"At the conference, the leaders of the exhibition organizers and co-organizers shared their insights on the current situation of plastics industry from different perspectives, and made predictions and suggestions. In 2022, the total production of plastic products in China was 77.716 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 4.3%; the revenue and profit of China's plastics machinery industry decreased by 7% and 11% respectively compared to the previous year. The profit margin remained at 10%, which was higher than the overall machinery industry's profit margin of 6% during the same period. Since the start of 2023, China's economy has achieved a stable and upward trend, and all sectors have started to strive for economic development. As a pillar of foundation industry in manufacturing, the plastics industry is about to embrace a new wave of development opportunities.
Mr. Zhanjie Wang, President, China Plastics Processing Industry Association shared that the government has intensively introduced various policies to encourage and support the industry, which is beneficial to its development. He recommended the industry to adHERE to functional, lightweight, precise, ecological and intelligent; to strengthen the construction of standardization system; and to promote green, sustainable, double-carbon work, etc. Ms. Dongping Su, Executive Deputy President, China Plastics Machinery Industry Association saw the broad prospects in new energy vehicle industry and health industry contains opportunities, as well as the good opportunity for China's plastic machinery industry to "go global". She added that key investments and major engineering projects have been successively launched, which help create substantial work opportunities and provide strong support for the industry's stable growth in the market side. Mr. An Fu, Chairman, Guangdong Plastics Industry Association pointed out that the high-quality development of Guangdong’s plastics processing industry is reflected by the facts that the total profit has increased significantly, with a growth rate higher than that of the production output and sales revenue. Automobile production in Guangdong increased by 22% in 2022, the highest growth in recent years. The demand in high-performance plastic application industries in Guangdong provides substantial support for the high-quality development of the plastics industry.
This year, the "Government Work Report" proposes a target for the expected growth of China's gross domestic product (GDP) of around 5% in 2023, focusing on expanding domestic demand, accelerating the construction of a modern industrial system, strengthening the support of scientific and technological innovation for industrial development, promoting energy conservation, carbon reduction, and pollution reduction in key areas, and fast-tracking the renovation of old communities and dilapidated houses. In the opinion of Ms. Ada Leung, General Manager, Adsale Exhibition Services Ltd., all these factors will drive the demand and development of the plastics industry in both quality and quantity, giving confidence for the recovery of the entire upstream and downstream of the plastics industry.
Mr. Marius Berlemann, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd. also shared an exciting news at the conference. He announced that Dr Stephan Keller, Lord Mayor of the City of Düsseldorf, will, in his first travel to China as the mayor of Düsseldorf visit Chinaplas 2023 which clearly demonstrates how valuable and important this exhibition and in general the ties to and with China are for them. Since Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd formed a strategic partnership with Adsale in 2005, it has become one of the co-organizers of Chinaplas. Messe Düsseldorf is a public company and to a large extent owned by the City of Düsseldorf. The lord mayor of Düsseldorf is also the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Messe Düsseldorf.
When spring returns, China is filled with vitality. The exhibition industry has an important role play in promoting steady economic development. Many exhibitions have been intensively staged with crowds of people and busy logistics since early this year. Exhibitors, visitors, associations, media and other industry professionals have shown their high expectations for Chinaplas 2023, which will be held in mid-April, a good timing at the start of new financial year to reactivate high-quality face-to-face communications with Chinese suppliers and cooperation partners. As the leading plastics and rubber industry exhibition in Asia, Chinaplas 2023 will spare no efforts to welcome exhibitors and visitors from all over the world.
Taken at Chinaplas 2021
The integration of online and offline has become a new model and norm in the exhibition industry. In addition to physical exhibitions, the organizer has launched CPS+ eMarketplace, the global plastics & rubber solutions e-sourcing platform powered by Chinaplas, to bridge upstream and downstream enterprises in plastics and rubber industries to communicate efficiently online and get prepared for offline meetings. Downstream buyers can easily find plastics and rubber technologies suppliers from around the world by simply clicking their mouse, and to solve their procurement and production problems anytime, anywhere.
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