Latest equipment across five sectors on display in Yangon this week

By FRONTIER

The latest machinery equipment, technologies, products and services in the plastics, rubber, printing and packaging, agriculture and food sectors will be on display at an exhibition in Yangon later this week.

The sixth International Plastics, Rubber, Printing & Packaging Industrial Exhibition and sixth International Agriculture & Food Industrial Exhibition will be held at Myanmar Event Park from December 15 to 18.

Organisers say the event will bring together over 230 brands from China, India, Japan, Myanmar, Taiwan and Thailand and more.

Organised by Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co, Ltd in partnership with the Myanmar Plastic Industries Association (MPIA), the event aims to meet growing demand for new technology across the five industry sectors.

Brands such as Boucherie India, Chao Wei, Diing Kuen, Dong Hua, Jin Chang, Kai-Lien, Lohia, Hai Ding and Plas Alliance will display high-performance injection and molding machines, blown film machines and extruders.

In printing, packaging and food processing, attendees can expect to find the latest equipment from Horntach, Mcsign Coating, Toyo Corporation, Auger, Chung Shan, Codatech, King-Win, Rose & Sons and Tayi Yeh.

In the agriculture field, brands as Hailin, Changfa, Suncue, Grandfar Electric, Luqiao Lamsin and Dayuan will be showing off tractors, harvesters, diesel engines and more.

The events have also received strong support from the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar Printers & Publishers Association, Myanmar Pulp and Paper Industry Association, Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry and Taiwan Mold and Die Industry Association and Taiwan Packaging Association.

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