Plastics & Rubber Vietnam 2024 returns in March

Iranpolymer/Baspar  Accompanying the plastics and rubber industry in Vietnam for over a decade, the 11th edition of Plastics & Rubber Vietnam exhibition will take place from March 13th -15th, 2024 at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), District 7, HCMC. The event is recognized as one of the prime opportunities for foreign key players in the plastics and rubber sectors to penetrate Vietnamese market, connect with local manufacturers who are actively seeking new technologies to innovate their production lines.

In 2023, foreign investment inflows into Vietnam saw a significant increase of 32%, reaching nearly $36.62 billion (Ministry of Planning and Investment, 2023). The plastic market in Vietnam is estimated to reach 10.92 million tons in 2024 and 16.36 million tons in 2029, with a CAGR growth of 8.44% in the forecast period (Mordor Intelligence, 2023). Additionally, Vietnam earned $2.89 billion from exporting 2.14 million tons of rubber last year.

In the midst of this growth, Informa Markets brings Plastics & Rubber Vietnam 2024 back to Saigon Exhibition Convention Center (SECC) from March 13th to March 15th. The show is expected to gather 100+ exhibitors from 14+ countries and regions, covering a gross space of 3,300 sqm. With an estimated 6,000+ trade visitors, this exhibition will assist exhibitors in building an expansive network with key decision-makers in the plastics & rubber industry in Vietnam.

In addition to the exhibition activity, the show is undoubtedly an unmissable opportunity for key buyers and the entire community to discover leading product innovations. It also provides a platform to stay updated on the latest technological, operational, policy, and market trends through numerous seminars covering topics such as manufacturing, distributing raw materials & additives in plastic products, sustainable & recycling solutions, etc.


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