Plastimagen Mexico 2016


Celebrating its 20th edition, Plastimagen Mexico 2016 is the largest and most important business forum for the plastics industry in Latin America and a staple on the global flexible packagin event calender. The four day event brings together more than 850 corporations from 25 countries showcasing the latest products, technologies, and plastic transformation solutions. Platimagen MEXICO 2016 provides access to over 30,000 industry related attendees, creating a gateway into the Latin American plastics market.

Innovation, technology and production efficiencies are fueling the growth of the global plastics industry. Plastics has become one of the most important resource-efficient raw materials strengthening competitive advantage. As the industry continues to expand, plastics plays a key role in the development and growth of the manufacturing sector among others. Multiple industries are replacing traditional manufacturing materials with plastics based products.

These industries include: automotive, medical devices, construction, printing and packaging, agricultural, electrical household appliances, among many others.

“The energy reform will allow the manufacture and purchase of electricity between private companies, as a result of which we can foresee a reduction in energy costs, which account for almost 30% of production costs in the plastic industry, hence enhancing competitiveness.” ANIPAC

As innovation continues and usage rapidly expands, the plastic industry is expected to see solid growth within the next years. High demand for product and its application in production lines throughout the country as well as rest of the world is quickly growing.

Tuesday to Friday, March 8 to 11, 2016  • Centro Banamex, Mexico City

There is no entrance fee if you pre-register at before February, 15th 2016.
If you are unable to pre-register before that date, the entrance fee will be $150 Mexican pesos for the event. You must be over 18 to enter the event.
March 8, Tuesday 1:00 – 8:00 PM
March 9, Wednesday 1:00 – 8:00 PM
March 10, Thursday 1:00 – 8:00 PM
March 11, Friday 1:00 – 7:00 PM

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