The exhibition will take place from 15th to 17th of July in Moscow focusing on achievements in plastic industry and discussing the activity of leading players. Plastics and polymers are long-lasting, durable and aesthetically pleasant materials which have widely substituted previously popular ones like metal, different types of wood, glass and textiles. Results of “plastic revolution” are clearly visible in all major industrial sectors – car manufacturing, aviation, medical devices, telecommunications, space and computer equipment.
DCMU Head of Residents Engagement Department Nikita Koskevich commented on that as following, “In general Chemical industry and, particularly, manufacturing of various plastic products are actively developing in Sverdlovsk Region. There is a specialized “Chemical Industrial Park “Tagil” in Sverdlovsk Region which meets all necessary requirements for setting up a chemical manufacturing and currently accommodate various high hazardous productions under one roof. The company which administers the Park is offering a number of unique value added features such as turnkey environmental protection service, it is also helping to deal with general ecological issues. There are also other places in the region where chemical companies could set up comfortably their manufacturing. In general Sverdlovsk Region could be particularly interesting for plastics and polymers producers to localize their production at. These are the reasons why we attend this Exhibition”.