26 - 28 JANUARY 2024

 Dar-Es-Salaam,   Tanzania
Welcome to Interplastpack Africa 2023
Interplastpack Africa 2023 is the most influential trade platform for businesses in the fields of Plastic, Rubber, Packaging and Printing. This international trade exhibition gathers companies from Central & Eastern African countries under one roof, for promoting trade and cultural exchange.

This event is organized every year in Tanzania, an over 44 million populated East African country that has become the commercial center of East Africa, in relation to continuous growth in manufacturing and services.

The 3rd Edition of this annual fair is scheduled in January, 2023. The companies in Plastic, Packaging and Printing fields seeking business opportunities in Tanzania must save the dates in their calender and register online. The exhibition is going to be held from 13 - 15 January 2023 at Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania.

This upcoming event will attract trade visitors from Tanzania & its neighbouring countries, including Botswana, Congo, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan, Kenya and Uganda. People group based on profession and business, expected at the event.
Diamond Jubilee Hall

Diamond Jubilee Hall
Dar-Es-Salaam - Tanzania
26 - 28 JANUARY 2024 10 AM - 06 PM

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