BIAXPLEN to showcase the latest BOPP film developments in Italy
Moscow, 8 April 2015. From 19 to 23 May, BIAXPLEN (part of SIBUR), a leading Russian BOPP film producer, will be taking part in Ipack-Ima 2015, a global exhibition to be held at Fiera Milano Exhibition Center in Milan, Italy.
The Company’s stand will showcase its latest BOPP film samples, featuring such products as opaque, label, metallised, antifog and tobacco product films.
BIAXPLEN team will also be happy to advise the attendees on all aspects of its cooperation with European clients, including the pricing policy, feedstock quality, logistics optimisation and other matters.
"In 2014, EU accounted for 15% of BIAXPLEN supplies, but the Company plans to ramp up significantly its EU exports in the near future. The strongest increase is expected to be driven by larger supplies to BIAXPLEN's traditional markets such as Italy, Poland, Turkey and Greece and the expansion into new markets including Germany, France and other countries. In the European market, which is largely a mature one, we are ready to offer an alternative to European suppliers of standard films by making the best value proposition", said Ilya Papusha, BIAXPLEN Marketing Director, commenting on the Company's participation in Ipack-Ima 2015.
BIAXPLEN will showcase its products in Exhibition Hall 10, Lane C. For more details about the exhibition please visit its official website.
Firmly established as one of the most important international events in the industry of food and packaging technologies, Ipack-Ima is the largest exhibition of technology solutions for the food and non-food sectors. First held in 1961, it takes place every three years. This year, the exhibition will be organised in collaboration with EXPO 2015, themed “Feeding the planet, Energy for life”.
BIAXPLEN, a subsidiary of SIBUR petrochemical holding, is the largest Russian and one of the largest European producers of biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film. The Company operates five production facilities in Novokuybyshevsk, Kursk, Balakhna (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Zheleznodorozhny (Moscow Region), and Tomsk. The total BOPP film production capacity is 180 ktpa.