Scheduled to take place from September 17th to 20th at Tehran
International Exhibitions, the exhibition's director, Farid Dousti, revealed
the event's overarching objectives during a meeting with industry
representatives and key stakeholders, where he emphasized the pivotal role of
the petrochemical industry in shaping the nation's economic landscape.
Dousti underscored the resilience of the petrochemical sector, which
has emerged as a vital force in the country's economy despite facing formidable
challenges posed by complex sanctions.
He lauded the industry's ability to weather the storm and highlighted
the significant contributions of downstream industries in driving national
production and domestic manufacturing.
With a keen eye on international standards, Dousti called for the
execution of meticulous planning and organization in the 17th edition of Iran
He expressed his optimism, stating, "We anticipate that this
year's Iran Plast will surpass its predecessors in terms of content, approach,
and supplementary events, thanks to the synergistic collaboration between the
National Petrochemical Company and all stakeholders involved."
In an unprecedented move, all exhibition spaces managed by the Tehran
International Exhibition Company have been exclusively dedicated to Iran Plast
from September 17th to 20th. Dousti acknowledged the diverse concerns and
interests of Iran Plast participants and assured them that their needs would be
met to the fullest extent possible during the 17th edition of the exhibition.
Furthermore, Dousti conveyed his aspirations for Iran Plast to serve
as an all-encompassing testament to the economic impact and success of such a
premier exhibition event. He emphasized the National Petrochemical Company's
commitment to fostering collaboration and support for knowledge-based
companies, startups, and emerging industries, aligning with their objective of
stimulating domestic production and creating employment opportunities.
Industry representatives from complementary sectors echoed Dousti's
sentiments, recognizing the instrumental role played by the National
Petrochemical Industries Company in organizing Iran Plast. They emphasized the
importance of sustained collaboration and regarded the exhibition as a pivotal
platform for showcasing the remarkable achievements and capabilities of polymer
industries and related sectors.
Iran Plast participants unanimously commended the exhibition's
substantial contributions to augmenting the value-added of polymer industries
and tapping into crucial export markets. They stressed the need for enhanced
coordination and convergence of perspectives among associations and unions to
maximize the industry's potential.
The Iran Plast Symposium, a gathering of influential figures and
industry leaders, was organized under the auspices of the National Polymer
Industries Association, the Employers' Union of Polymer Machinery
Manufacturers, the Masterbatch and Compound Producers Association, the Tehran
Homogeneous Plastics Association, the Machinery Manufacturers Association, the
Employers' Union of Petrochemical Industries, and the National Cooperative
Unions for Meeting the Needs of Downstream Petrochemical Industries. The
symposium was skillfully executed by the Managing Director of Rahkar-e-Tajhiz
Tijarat Company, ensuring the smooth operation of the 17th Iran Plast