IranPlast 2016 An Exhibition Under Shower 13 April 2016
On a raining day of Tehran the doors of the 10th IranPlast International Exhibition opened to very few people who had attended the show to see: “Who has come to visit?”
In fact the trend of organizing of the 10th IP Exhibition has been under Shadows and Showers; Shadows and showers created by announcements, SMS, and Cyber Area Communications. This situation started since a year ago, when the organizer declared a not expected date for the exhibition and switched on so many protests against the 10th show.
Till today morning at least 7 most powerful associations and individual pioneers of the industry were actively protesting the show within 4 special telegram chanells which have been registered only for this purpose.
The very last event was jumping of a very well known plastics films and packaging producer over the scene and starting to speech against the addressing of the Oil Minster (Bijhan Zanganeh), NPC and other officials. This event will be covered by photos at the next news.
(the left photo shows the entrance of the Hall 38, and how it is empty at the first hours of openings) By the way, though the Exhibition opened at the 10.00 am, but inauguration was carried out at 3:00 pm, and The First Vice President Mr.”Eshaq Jahangiri” inaugurated the 10th IranPlast Exhibition here in Tehran.The 4-day show runs at the Tehran’s International Fairgrounds.
The Iranian Minister of Petroleum “Bijhan Zangeneh”, “M.R. NematZadeh” The Minster of “Industry, Mines and Trade”, the Head of the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) Marziyeh Shahdaei and a number of senior petrochemical officials and executives attended the opening ceremony of the event.The fair’s motto is “Global Trading” and the Exhibition is being held by attendance of about 500 foreign and 400 exhibiting companies from Germany, France, the UK, Spain, Switzerland, Denmark, China, South Korea, India and Turkey, besides Iranian exhibitors are showcasing their latest petrochemical and plastics industry achievements at the fair.
Reports and Photos by:
Anahita Alinia Ziazi