Dubai, UAE (PRWEB) December 26, 2012
Advanced Polymer Trading FZC (APT), an international trading company specialising in the world wide trade of rubber and plastics, is pleased to announce that it will be an exhibitor at the 11th International Arab Plastics and Rubber Industry trade show and conference.
The event, which runs from 7th January to 10th January 2013, will be held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center in Dubai, UAE. The UAE is a strategically important choice of location for the trade show as the Gulf States are set to become the number one source of petrochemicals and plastics products in the world.
It is forecast that GCC production of polyethylene and polypropylene resins will rise to 31 million tonnes by 2015. With this in mind, APT will be exhibiting a range of products from Mitsui Chemical including EPDM, TAFMER, Milastomer and Admer. It will also show Eval from Eval Europe, CR and ER from DENKA and a number of engineering plastics from Arel.
“With the GCC plastics industry growing at 20% per year, this event is of key importance for APT,” said Mr. Hamid Amiri, APT's Managing Director. “This is an excellent venue for APT to promote the full range of plastics and petrochemicals that we supply."
As well as raw petrochemical materials, APT will also be exhibiting additives such as plastic masterbatch and related additives from Aksoy Plastic and PVC impact modifier and processing aids from Indofil.
It is expected that the 2013 show will be the biggest event so far in ArabPlast's history. APT are confident that the show will boost business. In previous years nearly half of all exhibitors reported that they signed lucrative deals during the show.
About Advanced Polymer Trading FZC
Advanced Polymer Trading FZC (APT) is an international trading company in plastic, rubber and chemicals serving a diverse range of industries including the automotive industry, packaging industry, construction, road and building material sectors, paint, resin and adhesive industries, pipe, medical, agriculture and the shoe & leather industries.