Lahore, May 23, 2022: FAKT Exhibitions, Pakistan’s leading exhibitions organizing company is all set to organize 16th edition of 3P Plas Print Pack Pakistan – Country’s Pioneer and Biggest Exhibition for Plastic, Printing and Packaging industry from May 26 to 28 at Expo Centre, Lahore.
3P Plas Print Pack Pakistan is the only exhibition in Pakistan that provides a unique platform for players from plastic, printing and packaging industry to expand their portfolio by networking with other renowned companies. The trade show will be the biggest gathering of key industry leaders, top government officials, manufacturers, suppliers, traders, distributors and service providers and visitors under one roof.
3P Plas Print Pack Pakistan Exhibition will be inaugurated on May 26 by Mr. Irfan Iqbal Sheikh President – The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI). The three-day exhibition will have participation of more than 150 exhibiting companies from 10 countries including Austria, China, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Switzerland etc. which will showcase their state-of-the-art machinery and technology.
Mr. Saleem Khan Tanoli, CEO FAKT Exhibitions stated that “3P Plas Print Pack Pakistan Exhibition has played a pivotal role in the development of plastic, printing and packaging industry by introducing efficient technologies and solutions to local manufacturers and the event is bound to augment success and growth for the industry.”
For the past 15 editions, 3P Plas Print Pack Pakistan has proved to be the most comprehensive exhibition for this rapidly growing industry and successfully bridged the gap between industry suppliers and buyers.
Plastics industry in Pakistan is the second largest in South Asia. Currently, there are over 6,500 plastics processing units in Pakistan. Major concentration of plastics processors is in and around the industrial hubs of Karachi, Lahore, Gujranwala, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Hyderabad and Rawalpindi. Packaging industry is attracting reasonable foreign investment as a result of rising exports and increasing local consumption.