Advanced Polymer Trading is Offering Technical Help During ArabPlast 2015

Advanced Polymer Trading will be exhibiting at ArabPlast 2015 on stand 7A04. At the stand, APT will have its in-house experts ready to help visitors find the best polymer solutions. The show starts 10th January.

Advanced Polymer Trading FZC (APT), an international trading company specialising in the global trade of rubber and plastics, is pleased to announce that its own in-house polymer scientists, and R&D experts, will be available for consultation and technical help when it exhibits on stand 7A04 at ArabPlast 2015, the premier International Arab Plastics and Rubber Industry trade show.

It is anticipated that the Gulf’s global petrochemical industry market share will increase to over 17% in the next five years. What this means is that the Gulf region is on the verge of becoming the world’s largest source of polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). This makes ArabPlast 2015 an ideal and important industry trade show.

In fact, ArabPlast 2015 is the largest petrochemical, plastics, and rubber industry trade show in the Middle East. The event gives companies like APT unparalleled access to international trade visitors, including those with decision-making authority.

This will allow APT to strengthen its international alliances, make new contacts and develop long-term business partnerships.

APT’s R&D polymer science experts will be available to answer technical questions on stand 7A04 during the whole event, which runs from 10th January to 13th January 2015.

ArabPlast is yet another opportunity for APT to demonstrate its core competencies, on the world stage, at the largest petrochemical and plastics event for the region,” said Mr. Hamid Amiri, APT’s Managing Director. “Our R&D staff will be ready to help visitors to our stand find the right solutions for their polymer related problems.”

The 2015 show will be held in the UAE, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center. Its location is strategic due to the UAE’s drive to build one of the most advanced infrastructures in the world. This in turn has fuelled demand for plastic products, from tubes to cables and wires.