Themed at “Global Businesses,” the fair is aimed at
facilitating production and marketing processes in the plastic industry of the country
and bolstering presence of Iranian brands on international markets.
The event will be inaugurated at Tehran’s permanent fairgrounds in the
presence of Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh, CEO of the National
Petrochemical Company (NPC) Behzad Mohammadi and a number of senior energy and
As many as 570 domestic and 35 foreign exhibitors will
run stand at the exhibit this year.
Moreover, 12 delegations from 10 countries are
scheduled to visit the fair this year.
The delegations will come from such countries as Iraq,
Afghanistan, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Vietnam, Armenia, Kenya, India, and Tunisia.
Moreover, individual businessmen from Italy, Ukraine,
China, Romania, Russia, Syria and Lebanon have planned to visit the fair.
Introducing the capabilities of startups and
knowledge-based companies, holding seminars and workshops on downstream industries,
and signing cooperation agreements between active petrochemical companies are
among the programs anticipated at the 13th Iran Plast Exhibition.
The ECO Plus Conference will also be held at the end of
the 13th Iran Plast International Exhibition. The ministers of oil and energy
of Central Asian and neighboring countries are to visit the exhibition, and discuss
enhanced cooperation and investment opportunities in the field.