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Cutting-edge technologies at T-Plas 2019

Source:Plastics News Asia

Date Published:9/20/2019 02:09:17 PM

From 18-21 September, T-PLAS presents cutting-edge machineries and materials from over 200 exhibitors 
T-PLAS opened its doors on 18 September to demonstrate the diverse range of cutting-edge machineries, innovative products, in-booth demonstrations and knowledge-sharing sessions tailored for the region’s vibrant plastics and rubber industries. Dubbed as ASEAN’s innovation hub for the plastics and rubber sectors, the opening day saw industry professionals and thought-leaders gather to experience and source for the latest expertise from over 200 exhibitors from 20 countries.
The opening ceremony was well-attended with representatives from various key associations in the region that include: Mr. Pongthira Pathanapiradej, President of Thai Printing Association; Mr. Suphan Mongkolsuthee, Chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries; and Mr. Gernot Ringling, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf Asia. Mr. Dheerayut Varnitshang, Vice Minister for Industry was the guest of honor along with Mr Suchart Trisangrujira, Advisor to the Ministry of Industry.
Launched in 2006 and formerly known as TIPREX, the trade fair has been rebranded to T-PLAS to signify its relevance to the robust growth and developments in the plastics sector, enhance the regional focus and international outlook of the event, and to highlight a unified business platform for the plastics and rubber industries. Strategically positioned in Southeast Asia’s largest plastics processing industry, the trade fair enhances its regional focus and provides an international outlook of the abundant strategic opportunities available for participating companies to springboard their foothold into the regional plastics and rubber markets.
Running in parallel with T-PLAS 2019 is PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL 2019, the 7th International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia. The strategic pairing aims to sharpen the profile and enhance the relevancy of the two independent trade fairs. For more information, visit:


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