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IranPlast: A Vital Event for Polymer Industry Enthusiasts

IranPlast: A Vital Event for Polymer Industry Enthusiasts
(Tuesday, September 19, 2023) 11:20

TEHRAN (NIPNA) -- The IranPlast International Exhibition stands as a prominent event in the Middle East, drawing enthusiastic participation from the polymer industry, according to Mohammad Sabaghi, CEO of Atlas Machine Company, with 32 years of industrial experience in polymer machinery.

In his remarks, Sabaghi expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the exhibition organizers and stated, "IranPlast Exhibition has numerous advantages and is undoubtedly an exciting event for those involved in the polymer industry."

Sabaghi, who has been a regular participant in all IranPlast editions, elaborated on the positive outcomes of the event, saying, "Despite all the challenges, we cannot deny the positive impacts of this significant event on the polymer industry. Participation in the exhibition has led to increased sales in the domestic market and strengthened relationships with international clients, especially in two key countries: Iraq and Afghanistan."

Atlas Machine Company is a manufacturer and importer of machinery for the plastics and polymer industry, commencing its operations in Mashhad in 1991 and expanding further with the opening of a branch in Tehran in 2009.

Sabaghi offered a suggestion for the organizers, stating, "If the booth plans and layouts are established several months in advance, it would provide more opportunities for advertising and information dissemination for exhibitors. IranPlast Exhibition is a highly renowned event worldwide and in the Middle East. We expect each edition to surpass the previous ones."

The 17th IranPlast International Exhibition, with a focus on completing the value chain, supporting domestic production, and promoting local manufacturing, is scheduled to take place from September 17 to September 20 at the permanent international exhibition grounds in Tehran.

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