Qatar Development Bank’s (QDB) export programme, ‘Tasdeer’, participated in the ‘Complast Vietnam 2018’ exhibition held recently in Ho Chi Minh City as part of a special pavilion that brought together 14 Qatari companies in the plastics and rubber sector.
The bank’s participation in the exhibition comes in the framework of promoting Qatari products and introducing them to regional and international markets.
QDB said Complast is considered one of the international exhibitions specialised in the plastics industry, serving as a platform for attracting companies and brands from all over the world and opening up business opportunities for companies and factories in this important industrial sector.
QDB CEO Abdulaziz bin Nasser al-Khalifa said, “Qatari companies and factories working in the plastics and rubber industries have made significant strides in their production’s progress.
“Having proven their efficiency in the local and regional market, they are now launching themselves globally through the Complast Vietnam international exhibition, which brings together companies from all over the world to showcase their latest products and technologies in the plastics industry, as well as to share experiences and expertise.”
He added, “At QDB, we have played an active and important role in this international exhibition, through our ‘Tasdeer’ programme, where we provided assistance to companies and factories to achieve their goals and aspirations by allowing them to interact with the world’s leading firms in this vital sector.
“This is very important as it opens for Qatari companies a new window to international markets, enabling them to export their products to these markets and contribute to the diversification of the Qatari economy, which is one of the main objectives of the Qatar National Vision 2030.”
QDB said the companies that participated in the Complast Vietnam exhibition were Bin Aman Plastic Industries, Behzad Plastic Products, Al Naqeeb Plastic Factory, Doha Plastic, Almuftah Fiberglass Products, Twyla Recycling, Qatar Integrated Plastic Bags, United Factory for Preform and Packaging, Al-Haya Plastic Factory, Sarplast Qatar, Alkhaleej Plastic Industries, Al Rayyan Plastic Factory, Qatar Rubber Industries, and Al-Sada Factory for Plastic Pipes.
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