07–09 October 2020
NEC "Uzexpocentre", Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • Complete and objective overview of chemicals, plastics, and polymers market in Uzbekistan

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    Important industry platform that unites professionals of the related industries to demonstrate the most advanced developments for production of high-quality products: from equipment and technologies to processing of raw materials

  • Opportunity to discuss prospects of the industry development and build a broad customer database

  • Platform for establishing business contacts with potential partners and leading experts from around the region

  • Has no analogues in Uzbekistan in terms of scope, structure and geography of participants, number of brands represented, and professional visitors

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Meeting Point - Uzbekistan!

The exhibition is dedicated to the modern achievements in the field of plastics, natural rubber, and chemicals. It promotes the entry of foreign producers into the new and fast-emerging market of Uzbekistan.

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Related project as part of Plastex Uzbekistan Exhibition

The International Chemie Uzbekistan Exhibition is the only annual professional event in the industry where specialists have the opportunity to exchange experience with other companies and directly connect with their end consumers.

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Participate

The focus of the Plstex Uzbekistan exhibition is on the results of the research and development in the areas of plastics, advanced equipment, innovative production and processing technologies, as well as on the recent trends of the plastics market development

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Plastics and Polymers Industry of Uzbekistan

The first 66 thousand tons of polypropylene will be produced this year. In 2019, the production of the promising polymer will reach the design capacity of 83 thousand tons.

As many as 3.8 billion cubic meters of commercial gas, 387 thousand tons of polyethylene, 83 thousand tons of polypropylene will be produced at the Ustyurt Gas Chemical Complex on the Surgil field

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