The 35th CHINAPLAS has been postponed in view of the latest COVID-19 development and further tightening of pandemic control measures in Shanghai and other provinces of China. After careful consideration and consultation, the 35th CHINAPLAS originally scheduled from 25-28 April 2022 at National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, has a new date. It will be held on 17-20 April 2023 at the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center in Shenzhen.
Even with the cancellation of the exhibition this year, the organiser announced that the “CHINAPLAS Virtual Show 2022: Innovative Plastics & Rubber Technology Connects the World”, an online gathering for plastics and rubber industries, will be held on 25 May – 14 Jun, 2022 to facilitate business exchanges and cooperation between suppliers and global buyers during the prime trade season in the second quarter of the year.
“Since its debut in 1983, CHINAPLAS has always been committed to promoting the development of the global plastics and rubber industries. In nearly 4 decades, the exhibition not only experienced challenges but also achieved success. Thank you to all exhibitors, visitors and partners for standing by us all the way over the years,” said Ms. Ada Leung, General Manager of Adsale Exhibition Services Ltd., organiser of CHINAPLAS.
Ms. Leung adds: “Despite the postponement of the exhibition, our passion to serve the global plastics and rubber industries remains unchanged. There are always more solutions than problems. We shall deliberately better utilise our advantageous resources, and actively explore more effective channels, not only for the physical exhibition in 2023, but also the CHINAPLAS Virtual Show 2022: Innovative Plastics & Rubber Technology Connects the World, to be presented soon, and CPS+ eMarketplace, converging plastics and rubber industries to provide continuous support to the quality development of the industry chain.”
Riding on the resources of CHINAPLAS, the “CHINAPLAS Virtual Show 2022: Innovative Plastics & Rubber Technology Connects the World” will highlight the innovative plastics and rubber technology of the year, a series of thematic and technical webinars, enhanced CPS+ eMarketplace services, etc., aiming to present the latest market trends, cutting-edge technologies and market information for the industry. The topics of webinars cover automotive, packaging, electronic appliances, medical and healthcare, etc., focusing on hot topics and changes in market demand. The Virtual Show allows exhibitors and visitors to explore unlimited local and overseas resources without time and geographical limitations.
Besides strengthening the communications among plastics and rubber industries, global buyers may enjoy precise and quality business matching anytime and anywhere with CPS+ eMarketplace. It encompasses a full spectrum of advance and innovative products from 4,000+ technology makers, allowing global buyers to engage with suppliers of plastic and rubber materials, machinery, semi-finished products and products from all over the world. Global buyers can make use of keywords search tool and different filters to look for interested products or suppliers. Buyers may make enquires with the targeted suppliers online. In case buyers have no idea on the selection of products, they may also submit sourcing request forms on the platform and the professional team will match the best-suited suppliers and products for them. Live chat function will also be activated during the Virtual Show period to further enhance the sourcing experience, facilitating the direct and effective communications between buyers and suppliers for business opportunities. For more information, visit www.ChinaplasOnline.com
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