29 May – 1 June 2012

15th International Fair of Plastics and Rubber Processing
Kielce, POLAND


PLASTPOL A powerful experience …

Large companies from Turkey, Russia or Korea expressed their keen interest in the PLASTPOL trade fair. Groups from Austria and Germany also prepared their special presentations. Following the successful debut of the Hungarian edition of PLASPOL – the CEPLAST exhibition held in autumn in Budapest, the exhibitors from Hungary had their exhibition stands in Targi Kielce too; many of them joined the exhibition for the first time. Despite the fact that there is a 2012 edition of the Milan trade fair (held in the three-year cycle) numerous Italian companies came to Kielce. The Kielce trade fair was also the showcase for complete process lines and manufacturing processes complemented with the products which were presented in April at the Shanghai’s Chinaplast exhibition – says Targi Kielce President of Board Andrzej Mochoń.

The list of exhibitors comprised over 700 companies from 32 countries of the world.
PLASTPOL is Poland’s most international trade fair as half of the exhibitors were foreign companies. This year the trade fair was attended by over 17 thousand business insiders. The International Fair of Plastics and Rubber Processing PLASTPOL is the best place in this part of Europe to see the state-of-the-art technologies and machines – adds Andrzej Mochoń.

Targi Kielce were the showcase for the most important plastics and rubber business-sector companies from Germany, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Turkey, Italy, Japan, Spain, Latvia, Belgium, India, China, Switzerland, Austria, France, Great Britain, Luxemburg, Sweden, Hungary, Egypt, Thailand, Qatar, Slovenia, Israel, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Ukraine, Russia, Slovenia, Ireland, France and the USA.

This year’s exhibition brought together a large group of distribution and material companies; however, compared to previous editions, there was also a much larger group of producers which offer technologically advanced machines. Many of these companies took part in the Kielce’s trade fairs for the first time. Thus the exhibition stands were the display for all kinds of machines and appliances used in plastic processing industry, tools and moulds utilised in this line of business supplemented with the whole variety of plastics and components, recycling technologies as well as systems which support the plastic processing industry in addition to technological solutions and ready-made products.

The PLASPOL trade fair was accompanied by a whole array of business sector meetings and conferences.

The trade fairs were given the honorary patronage of the European Association of Plastics Producers Plastics Europe and the Polish Union of Plastics Converters