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Flexible Marvel of the Modern Age Gets a Fresh Twist at TAIPEI PLAS 2014

Power Plastics for You!

TAIPEI, TAIWAN -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- In just a few days from Sept. 26th to 30th, the top tech, brains and materials are tossed about to be shaped and formed at demonstrations, ripped apart and analyzed at seminars and signed for production. This expo TAIPEI PLAS 2014 sets the global mode when it comes to machines that work plastics.

TAIPEI PLAS 2014 (the 14th TAIPEI International Plastics & Rubber Industry Show) excels in presenting a one-stop top-to-bottom sourcing supply chain that is tightly focused on hi tech, smart controls and eco-friendly features. It joins one dedicated venue that showcases their latest tech, services and products along with the latest innovations in plastics and rubber.

This autumn the expo is expecting more than 2,600 international buyers from 89 countries who will be joined by 13,900 visitors from the Taiwan market. Both groups are loyal outlets for Taiwan-made machinery that is coveted for its quality, flexible customization, after-service support and competitive pricing.

Organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TAMI (Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry), TAIPEI PLAS 2014 is a professional plastics and rubber industrial show with 27 years of history that features plastics & rubber processing machinery, injection and blow molding machinery, extruders, printing machinery, auxiliary equipment, molds & dies, raw materials and 3D printing machinery.

TAIPEI PLAS 2014 unfolds at NANGKANG Exhibition Hall from Sept. 26th to 30th at the unprecedented scale of 520 exhibitors (9% growth) from 14 countries. It features leading PLAS exhibitors like Nan Ya, Fu Chun Shin Machinery Manufacture, Multiplas Enginery, Victor Taichung Machinery Works, Sodick, Credit & Finder Int'l Corp and BASF with products that cover endeavors to usher in a fresh wave on green concerns, automation and hi tech.

Several exhibitions spotlight the boosted output, safety and energy saving with a strong focus on the hottest PVC compounds with REACH and UL certified, high-level controllers, all-electric machinery, all-in-one plastic waste recycling machinery, automatic in-mold labeling, automatic mold management systems, gearboxes for twin-screw extruders, unmanned production systems and five-layer co-extrusion blow film lines.

TAIPEI PLAS Seminars & Workshops let you discover the latest trends in:
- functional & environmental polymers - automation in the industry - aesthetic design - green sustainability - 3D tech integration - cutting auto weight with plastics - certifying & grading food use plastic materials

"And the winners are..."
TAIPEI PLAS Machine Awards spur Excellence in Research & Innovation:
Scout these awarded products from across the industry that have won well deserved recognition for excellence in innovation. They cover the hottest breakthroughs in: injection molding machinery, extrusion machinery, blow molding machinery (injection, extrusion and blow), robotic arms for forming machinery, and other plastics and rubber machinery equipment.

Shhh! The Secret behind TAIPEI PLAS Success
TAIPEI PLAS is operationally based on the vast cluster-syndicate of 280-plus Taiwan manufacturers that have won renown over five decades of growth. This dedicated cluster annually produces US$1.7bn in plastics and rubber machinery (2013) that signed exports at TAIPEI PLAS (US$1.26bn in 2013!). It's Taiwan's winning team for your winning edge!

Save your time and skip the lines by pre-registering online at www.taipeiplas.com.tw. Pre-registered visitors upon arrival get a free complimentary Official Show Directory, half-day TAIPEI tour and souvenirs. Qualified approved visitors are offered travel incentives. For details and applications contact your nearest TAITRA office (http://branch.taiwantrade.com.tw).

Photo caption: Every opening day of Taipei PLAS beckons fresh ways to mould the future.

About TAITRA
Founded in 1970 to help promote foreign trade, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is the foremost non-profit trade promotion organization in Taiwan...for more information click: http://www.taipeiplas.com.tw/en_US/show/info.html?id=6E61755155D5B27DD0636733C6861689

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