Lahore, Pakistan (PressExposure) November 05, 2010 -- By Ahmad sheikh
World largest trade fair of plastics and rubber (27 Oct- 3rd Nov, 2010) ended ]here on Wednesday with the optimistic mood and positive response from the record thousands of potential customers and trade visitors. The feedback was much more qualified than anticipated by the exhibitors, who were very pleased that show offered them one of the best ways to get in front of many customers and prospects in a relatively shorter time.
A Pakistani Peshawar based company signed an agreement worth of 8 million Euro with German company to buy a latest recycling plant of plastic and rubbers waste with twin benefit to increase export and also to make Pakistan an environmental conscious country.
Pakistan' Ambassador Mr. Shahid Kamal who visited the Trade Fair on 31th Oct sent a message from Berlin on eve of concluding ceremony that Trade shows give an opportunity to showcase company's latest products/services and creates the first most important impression which also reflects the company's brand image.
In an interview with a German television company H.E Mr. Shahid Kamal expressed his views that he is very pleased to know that Pakistani companies participated in the fair first time ever and did well in Dusseldorf, where they are in competition with top class 3102 companies from all over the world. He said Pakistani exhibitors presented their top range of products in the exhibition and received wonderful result. He wished maximum participation from Pakistani Exhibitors in forthcoming trade show of MEDICA in which about 50 companies will showcase their range of products.
In a press Conference held at media Centre , ECO of Messe Dusseldorf Mr. Werner M. Dornscheidt told the reporters that registering more than 220,000 trade visitors, K-2010 has clearly exceeded expectations in the sector given the crisis now finally drawing to an end.' We are very satisfied'' he added.