Iranian Petrochemical Industries Feel Success Under PLAST 2018 Roof
Whereas there are so many rumors in Iran about the lack of raw materials for converting industries, the PLAST 2018 exhibition showed that Iranian Petchem industries are much eager to sell their products to the foreign countries and companies, rather than their potential nearby customers. Due to this trend, a number of Iranian petrochemical companies are running a stand at Milan’s PLAST 2018 exhibition which kicked off on May 29 and came to an end on June 01st 2018. The exhibition took place at the Milan’s new Rho area.
From Iran, Jam, Arya Sasol, Amir Kabir, Tabriz, Polynar, Entekhab, and Shazand petrochemical companies participated in the showcase and are running a 920 square meter pavilion to present Iran’s capabilities and products to international visitors.
The CEO of the National Petrochemical Company (NPC), Reza Norouzzadeh, has also attended the event at the head of delegation from Iran. The official was scheduled to meet executives of several Italian companies to discuss enhanced ties with NPC.
PLAST, that is held in Milan every three years, is one of the most important exhibitions for plastics and rubber industry worldwide. The 18th edition of PLAST, triennial international exhibition for the plastics and rubber industries, opened on May 29. The exhibition opened to operators and visiting customers from 9.30 am to 6 pm until Friday June 1.
After termination of the exhibition and returning back of the officials, the flow of news and articles in diverse Iranian news agencies, also the petrochemical companies’ websites show different success stories for each company alone. It takes time to see in near or mid-future that what has been the exact results of such very expensive exposition of the Iranian Petchems at PLAST 2018, because even almost all of these units pretend that they are private entities but in practical terms they are Government owned companies and most of their high ranking managers are usually chosen by the orders issued from the Ministry of Petroleum.