ElitePlus Vinyl India on 4 and 5 April

The 11th edition of Vinyl India, International PVC & Chlor – Alkali Business Summit 2024, expects over 1,300 attendees on 4 and 5 April 2024, at Reliance Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai.

06 Feb 2024 | By Aditya Ghosalkar

The 10th edition in 2023 saw 1,035 delegates from over 490 organisations globally

Over 500 attendees from 190 organisations have signed up for the two-day summit, which brings together the world’s PVC value chain enabling them to meet, educate and innovate with both technical and commercial presentation streams from the experts in PVC manufacturing, product development and markets.

The platform brings together global resin manufacturers, downstream processors, machinery suppliers, technology licensors, additives and stabiliser providers, channel partners, traders and indentors, consultants, institutions, industry associations, end-users as well as policymakers from Indian and international governments.

Addressing the audience will be prominent speakers such as Michael Schiller from Platinum Industries, Edmund Landrock from Theysohn Extrusiontechnik (India), Jayadev Meela from Sudhakar Polymers, Rajeev Mehendale from Goldstab Organics, Clemente Bausano from Rajoo Bausano Extrusion, Jagat Chokshi from Basil Prompt Vinyl, Unmesh Nayak from Reliance, Hersh Joshipara from Vihan Engineering and Aly Elattal from Tricon Energy.

The show is set to witness over 60 presentations on technological developments, new applications and innovations, and ten interactive Q&A sessions with thought leaders and subject matter experts. Also, at the booth, over 100 partners will exhibit their portfolio of products and services.

The tenth edition in 2023 was attended by 1,035 delegates from over 490 organisations across 22 countries.

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