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Iran’s Int’l Chemical Expo Kicks off in Tehran

More than 80 Iranian companies join international firms from 9 countries to showcase their products and achievements in the 2nd Specialized International Exhibition of Chemical Industry and Laboratory Equipment in Tehran from Wednesday.

The 2nd Specialized International Exhibition of Chemical Industry and Laboratory Equipment kicked off on Wednesday in Tehran at the venue of Shahr-e Aftab International Exhibition this morning in the presence of representative agencies from nine countries and 85 domestic companies.

As sponsored by Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) and Innovation and Prosperity Fund, this exhibition will be open to the public on Dec. 5-8, 2018 and more than 85 prestigious domestic and foreign companies will showcase their latest achievements and products.

Representatives from nine countries including Germany, UK, India, China, US, Italy, Singapore, Hungary and France have displayed their latest products and services in this exhibition.

Organizer of the exhibition Masoud Moftofi, in an interview, said, “Existence of widespread capacities in petrochemical industries has caused development of chemical industries in the country in various fields.”

According to the statistics of the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade, some 322 investment priorities have been defined for the country in 17 industrial fields, he maintained.

In the field of laboratory equipment, Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the major owners of hi-tech laboratory network in the world, he said, adding, “Existence of more than 145 calibration laboratories, 2,450 standard laboratories, 5,000 clinical laboratories, 120 environmental laboratories, 280 nanotechnology laboratories, 300 equipped laboratories cooperating with Food and Drug Organization (FDO) are solid evidence for the said claim.”

Given the economic situation of the country, this exhibition is a proper platform for introducing and showcasing relevant products, establishing relationship with current and potential customers, he ended.

News No: 2815
Date: 2018/12/06 - 11:46
News Source: FARS News Agency

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