3rd Paints & Coating Expo Karachi

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After the success of the Coat Exhibition 2015 and 2016, the next big thing is about to come in 2017. We proudly announce the upcoming event of the Paints & Coating is to be held on 13-15 October, 2017 at Karachi Expo Center. Paints & Coating Expo 2017, welcomes everyone to join us in making history for Paints and Coating industry and to attain mutual benefit for the region in this industry

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Globally coatings industry is expected to grow up to $176.5 Billion in 2020, which will impact regional markets in terms of new trading and production opportunities. Pakistan’s market for coating has very big potential not only in terms of increase in local consumption but also in terms of trading and re-exporting of related products to Central Asia, China and other neighboring countries. Completion of CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) will open new doors for the coatings industry player globally. Karachi is a gateway to Pakistan’s economy so therefore IPC EXPO  took initiative to introduce first specialized coatings show in the city of lights Karachi.

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“Paints & Coating Industry, Raw Materials, Auxiliary Products, International Paint, Paint Raw Materials, Construction Chemicals, Adhesives and Raw Materials, Laboratory and Production Equipment” Paints & Coating Expo which has been organized by IPC EXPO FenChem since 2015 are joining forces under one roof for the largest paint and coatings platform of South Asia in 2017


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