Reinventing the Plastic & Packaging Industry - Driving Next Generation Excellence

The packaging market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is valued at approximately US$41.1 billion in 2014 and is forecast to grow during the period 2014-19 at a CAGR of 5.0% to US$52.4 billion.

Rigid plastics form the largest packaging product group accounting for a projected market value share of 28.2% for 2014. Board packaging is the second most important category with 25.6% of consumption,followed by flexible plastics with a 12.9% share. Plastic packaging isgradually replacing glass bottles, metal cans and paper and board packagingbecause of its lighter weight, cost saving potential and greater designflexibility.

Food represents the largest end use sector for packaging products accounting for a projected 33.8% market value share in 2014. Industrial/bulk is the second largest sector with 26.4%, followed by beverage markets with 25.2%.

PlastiPack Middle East 2016, taking place at the Dusit Thani Dubai from 23-25 May will discuss the challenges and the solutions in the Middle East market like how to achieve maximum efficiency, lower costs and continuously innovate packaging applications to service the demands of the brands and end users.

This conference will also provide an interactive forum for industry stakeholders from across the entire value chain including petrochemical manufacturers, plastic processors and converters, FMCG and F&B brand owners, big Pharma, R&D institutions and solution providers, to discuss strategies to drive exports into the regional and global marketplace.

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Don’t miss your opportunity to:

 

Overcome key economic challenges in the wake of the financial crisis

 

Employ hedging techniques to protect your organisation from the uncertainty of plastic price volatility

 

Create a protective logistical structure that ensures continuity of effective operations

 

Meet the highest environmental standards while reducing costs

 

Implement robust training programmes and benchmark against other organisations

 

Understand the importance of end value rather than price and how it benefits all plastic packaging converters

What You Can Expect

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FMCG, F&B and Brand Owners

  • Procurement Heads for Plastics Packaging
  • Supply Chains Heads
  • Packaging Safety and Compliance Heads
  • Product Managers
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Processors and Converters

  • General Managers
  • Technical Directors
  • Supply Chain Directors
  • Production Directors
  • R&D Heads
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Petrochemical Companies

  • General Managers
  • R&D Heads
  • Technical Directors
  • Heads of Business Development
  • Heads of Sales and Marketing
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Machinery Manufacturers

  • Managing Directors
  • Heads of Business Development
  • Heads of Sales and Marketing


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Official Plastics Partner
Plastech
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Middle Eastern Plastics
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Packaging Europe
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Plastics and Rubber Asia (PRA)
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Polymerupdate
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PolymerMIS
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Plastics-Technology.com
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Modern Plastics India
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IQPC