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Complast Sri Lanka 2018 Plastics and Packaging Exhibition

Welcome to Complast Sri Lanka 2018
Complast Sri Lanka organised by Smart Expos & Fairs India is a popular fair in Sri Lanka attracting thousands of foot falls. If you are looking to reach out to serious buyers looking for latest solutions in the plastic industries this is the fair for you.
One stop shop where you can meet hundreds of plastic industry solution providers. New products, latest equipment, knowledge sharing sessions, CEO forums, all under one roof. If you are in plastics, this is one event you can not afford to miss.
SMART EXPOS & FAIRS (INDIA) PVT. LTD. (SEFIPL) has vast experience in handling domestic and international exhibitions. The prime focus of Enterprising Fairs is to facilitate business convergence for categories such as Plastics, Rubber, Packaging and Manufacturing, which are among the fastest growing economies in the world. SEFIPL organizes professional trade shows in the field of Plastics, Rubber and Manufacturing especially in developing countries like India, Sri Lanka, East Africa, Myanmar and Vietnam. SEFIPL members have vast experience in marketing and in the field of Plastics and Packaging.
Co-Organised By
The Plastics & Rubber Institute of Sri Lanka – PRISL
PRISL is the national professional body established for members, around 400 of whom are in the business of plastics and rubber. The PRISL has an important role in establishing sound ethical guidelines to the industry, through its professional grades of membership, and for maintaining high standards of education and professional competence in the science, engineering and technology of plastics and rubber. It acts as the focal point and center for networking for members and assist in promoting the interests of its members through regular technical meetings, seminars and conferences and visits to manufacturing plants and industrial sites, etc.
Supported By
Export Development Board (EDB)
The Sri Lanka Export Development Board (SLEDB) commonly known as the EDB is the apex state organization responsible for the development and promotion of exports. The SLEDB is recognized and commended for its invaluable service rendered for the export community to drive the growth of the country’s exports.

EDB is the executive arm of the Export Development Council of Ministers, which is the policy-making body of the EDB. It is headed by H.E. the President of Sri Lanka.

EDB takes the leading role in improvement of export performance of Sri Lankan products and services through international trade fair participation to facilitate B2B promotions and organizing inward and outward buyer/seller missions. It also organizes local trade exhibitions to bring the exporters and buyers together.
Supported By
The Plastics Export Promotion Council
The Plastics Export Promotion Council (PLEXCOUNCIL),sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, Government of India, represents the exporting community in the Indian Plastics industry.

The export promotion strategies evolved since 1955, the year when PLEXCONCIL was born, have fetched rich dividends, which is exhibited in the form of high export growth rates. From a meager export turnover of 16.5 million US Dollars worth of exports in 1955-56, the exports from the Indian plastic industry has reached over 7.2 billion US Dollars in 2012-2013 and is poised to well exceed the Four billion US Dollars mark in the near future and has targeted to reach 10 billion US Dollars by 2015-2016.
Why Participate in Complast Sri Lanka?
Complast Sri Lanka is a Complete International Plastics Exhibition, which is expected to be Bigger and Better!!!

Sri Lanka has had a long history of international engagement, as a founding member of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Its a Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in South Asia near south-east India.

Opportunities in Sri Lanka:

Sri Lanka’s plastic industry is getting a facelift with the Industry Ministry launching a new national initiative to upgrade it. Annual plastics consumption in Sri Lanka is close to 250,000 metric tonnes, with an estimated growth rate of 18-20%. Around 1000 factories are engaged in plastics processing for both domestic and international market, the bulk of them being in SME sector.

Population: 20 Million
Polymer Consumption: 265,000 tonnes / annum
No. of Plastics Processing Units: Around 1000
Domestic Manufacture of Raw Materials: None
Import of Raw Materials: 100%
Domestic Manufacturers of Processing Machines: Nil
Dependence on Imorted Processing Machinery 100%
Projected Growth Rate: 16-25%
In addition to these economic sectors, overseas employment contributes highly in foreign exchange, 90% of expatriate Sri Lankans reside in the Middle East.

Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Colombo

The Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) has state-of-the-art facilities, halls, convention rooms and halls – ideal for business meetings, exhibitions or conventions. Deemed as one of Asia’s most up-to-date conference venues and ranked as South Asia’s best, the BMICH blends the best of professional facilities with the natural beauty of Paradise offering memories that last a lifetime.

The BMICH and its surrounding gardens are situated on the Bauddhaloka Mawatha, which is one of the main roads in the residential part of the city of Colombo and covers an area of about 37 acres. It is within easy access from any point of the city.
BMICH Colombo
Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 07
Phone: +94 11 2691131


The Hall indeed promises to be one of the premier tourist attractions in the country for its striking appearance and as it is one of the few conference halls of this kind in Asia.

Distances from:

Colombo International Airport – 32 km (Via Peliyagoda -> Dr.Danister De Silva Mawatha -> Borella)
Sri Lanka Parliament – 8.5 km (via Rajagiriya)
The Sovereign Residencies [BMICH Hotel] – 3.5 km (via Rajagiriya -> Bauddhaloka Mawatha)
Colombo University – 2 km
National Museum – 2.3 km
Colombo Fort Railway Station – 4 km
Colombo Central Bus Depot – 4.5 km
Exhibitor Benefits
Connect With Potential Customers
Sales – via a targeted audience of qualified buyers at specialized industry events who have come to see you.
The warmth of personal contact in face-to-face meetings.
A strong brand building environment via product demonstrations, seminars, conferences and sponsorship opportunities.
The chance to promote brand loyalty via plastics, packaging, rubber and manufacturing events.
An ideal platform to launch new products and find sales agents or distributors in new markets.
The ability to check and evaluate competition.
Articles in leading newspapers prior to the event
Media interaction and press conferences.
Quality market research opportunities.
Conferencing opportunities to learn more about future industry trends.
Furthermore, if you are interested in: developing international contacts; improving industry knowledge and discovering the latest innovations; increasing productivity or boosting efficiency; finding solutions; reducing costs; seeking inspiration or new ideas; meeting experts or improving your carbon footprint, Participate at our exhibition – it’s an investment for the future of your business.
For Space Booking Contact…
No.116, Manickam Lane,
(Near Hotel Zen Garden) Mount Road,
Guindy, CHENNAI 600 032, India.
Phone: +91 44 2250 1986 / 87
Mr. B Swaminathan
+91 97890 95247

Mr. Narendar Bafna
+91 99529 66752

Mr. Sasi Kumar
+91 90030 25103


August 10, 2018
August 12, 2018


Complast Sri Lanka
BMICH Colombo Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 07
Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Phone: +94 11 2691131

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Disclaimer:The information furnished has been collected from varied sources, and hence, is subject to change. To confirm the show schedule kindly contact the show organiser.