The exhibition was inaugurated by Khalid Abu al Makarem, chairman of the Export Council for Chemicals and Fertilizers and in the presence of a quantity of Egyptian government officials.
Gilles Rochas, basic manager, Polymer Marketing, Orpic mentioned, “Driven by Orpic’s vision be a globally competitive, downstream business that Oman is proud of, it is vital for us to be part of major international plastic exhibitions to connect with our customers, exchange expertise and identify new potential markets.”
Orpic booth at Plastex showcases a wide variety of plastic goods which are created from the company’s polypropylene plants and becoming distributed to much more than 60 nations worldwide.
“The Egyptian market represents a strategic importance of our product outreach across the global markets; hence comes our participation to ensure our commitment, quality services and best customer experience of the Luban brand to the Egyptian market,” Rochas added.
Upon the commissioning Orpic’s Liwa Plastics Industries Complex (LPIC) in 2020,
the plastics production is forecast to have improved by much more than 1mn tonnes, providing Orpic a total of 1.4mn tonnes of polyethylene and polypropylene production.
The project will transform Orpic’s item mix and company model, double business profit, develop new company possibilities, create substantial employment possibilities and help the improvement of a downstream plastics business in Oman.
It is worth mentioning that Plastex is a major exhibition in North Africa and a single of the most prominent events in the area.
The exhibition focuses on plastic machinery, elements, raw supplies and chemical substances in North and East Africa.
Information Source: Muscat Daily