Now is the Turn for the Next IranPlast International Exhibition
IranPlast one of the most famous international exhibitions in the Middle East will be kicked-off on Sept. 24th, 2018 and will run till 27th. The exhibition inaugurated for the first time in 2002 at the Tehran’s permanent fairground according to the progressive future visions of Mr. M.R. Nematzadeh (at the time being in the position of the deputy to the Oil Minister and the managing director of NPC).
The exhibition run for 5 editions as an annual show but by changing the goverment from modifiers to hardliners the new NPC managing director decided to change it to a biennials event. This trend continued till 2016 and again it became an annual international show. Irrespective of these agenda changes the show has been one of the best places for the non-Iranian exhibitors to sell directly to the Iranian customers on the basis of cash payments. The records show that some considerable amount of machineries on the show have been purchased at the show and have been cleared from the exhibition’s customs office directly to the buyer’s property. This means that a great a success for those that have accepted few risks to participate at the show.
Historically, IranPlast has had a growing trend from the very first edition in 2002. Since then, more than 5000 companies from Iran and other countries have participated at such a great exhibition event.
As already mentioned, the first 5 editions of IRANPLAST were organized annually but from the 6th session, it became a biennale exhibition, in order to enhance its quality, structure and organization.
IranPlast 2017 is held under the condition that while in the 11th Iran Plast more than 1100 Iranian and non-Iranain companies had participated in this exhibition and more than 36,000 trade and public visitors had visited this show.
As far as it is concerned with the next important international exhibition, we advise IranPlast 2018 (24-27 Sept. 2018) for your business goodness. The following chart shows the details of this exhibition.