Leading paper show Paperex 2015 on the anvil!

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–special handmade pavilion and exclusive machinery display to be key attraction

Paperex is an internationally renowned series of exhibitions and conferences focusing on the pulp and paper industry, and is held biennially in India. This business event is the world’s largest exhibition on pulp, paper and allied industries; now in its 12th edition, it is scheduled to be held from November 1 – 4, 2015 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The show is organised by International Trade and Exhibitions India Pvt Ltd in association with Indian Agro and Recycled Paper Mills Association.

Paperex has always set benchmarks for quality, innovation and meeting exhibitor & visitor expectations. This time, Paperex 2015 will have special handmade paper pavilion and an exclusive machinery display area as a key attraction. Other prominent highlights will include presence of more than 600 exhibitors from more than 30 countries; trade visitors from 50 countries; international group participation from countries like China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Taiwan, etc. The show will be spread over more than 30,000 sq m exhibition area in more than 15 exhibition halls. There will be a high level concurrent technical conference as well.

To attract more footfalls, the show is colocated with Tissueex, leading international exhibition on tissue products, machinery and technologies.

Paperex is the only comprehensive forum serving the paper industry and has established itself as an international business platform for interacting with luminaries from practically all corners of the globe, promoting business and giving a fillip to the growth & development of paper, pulp and allied industries in the country, joint ventures, investments and technology transfer. The event is an ideal business platform for business transactions, brand building and networking with the leading luminaries of the industry.

For more info, contact Gagan Sahni, exhibition director, Mob: 9810036183, E-mail: gagan.sahni@itei.in

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