In order to ensure the event's attractive format and sustain the business meetings' high intensity, this year's International fair of plastics and rubber processing is held from October 6 to 8.
The Targi Kielce Management Board has carried out an extensive industry's situation analysis - in response to the exhibitors' expectations the Board has resolved to reduce the duration of 24th international fair of plastics and rubber processing Plastpol. The event is thus held from October 6 to 8. The very fact that the exhibition is held provides an essential stimulus for the economy, which has been put on halt for several months. The expo is a clear signal that the plastics and rubber processing industry and market are ready for a rebound and recovery.
For many years the plastics and rubber processing and converting industry's meetings have been a comprehensive, one-stop-shop which has also offered supreme knowledge dissemination and share point. Out of our utmost concern for the event's quality and the desire to make the expo offer attractive, Targi Kielce in conjunction with the event partners have resolved to shorten this year's event by one day. It has been an organizer overriding priority to create the meeting platform for the plastics and rubber processing industry producers, distributors, customers and representatives of organizations and associations from all corners of Europe.
Several sanitary rules and regulations have been introduced at the exhibition and congress centre; this has been done for the best interests of Targi Kielce's visitors' and employees' safety and well-being. In addition to the obligation to cover visitors mouth and nose, social distancing and disinfection of frequently touched infrastructure elements, there have been automatic disinfection and body temperature measurement booths. The new devices are now fully operational.