Chinaplas 2021, the world’s leading technology-oriented plastics and rubber trade fair, was successfully held on April 13-16, 2021, in Shenzhen, PR China. The trade fair attracted a total of 3,600 plus exhibitors and 1,52,134 visitors. We are honored to have joined the fair as an exhibitor and pleased to receive so many positive responses to our products from our old and new friends.
Last year’s Chinaplas had been canceled due to the sudden pandemic Covid-19, and we were unable to meet our old and new friends as planned. With great effort, the pandemic in China has been brought under control this year, and the “Chinaplas 2021” was successfully held as scheduled. Due to the strict quarantine policies in China, we couldn’t meet many overseas customers as planned, but our booth #6B01 did welcome many friends from the domestic market, and we had a lot of communications with them, and established some new partnerships. At the exhibition, we presented our BLD50-40 Single Screw Extruder which features a high output(340kg/h), good plasticization, and high energy efficiency. This beautifully crafted machine attracted many visitors and was unanimously approved by them. In our booth, our exhibition team kept busy introducing our products and technology, and professionally answering visitors’ questions. Not only at the fair, but in the past months we had worked hard to prepare for the exhibition, and fortunately, we have been rewarded with positive results.
Chinaplas 2021 has once again shown that plastics machinery will continue to play an important role in driving the plastics and rubber industries in the future. However, we will have to deal with new challenges in terms of product innovation and new manufacturing technologies as well as the environmentally conscious use and application of plastic products. We would like to thank all our friends who have or have not joined the fair for showing interest in our products and for the constant trust in our company. Despite the great challenges currently facing us due to the pandemic Covid-19, we can draw a positive conclusion and look to the future with optimism.