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CMT's PET Conference Series head to Dar es Salam, Tanzania on 23-24 September, 2014, to host their first AFRICA PET (Resin Trade, Applications & Recycling) summit that focuses on Tapping on PET Conversions in the Next Frontier African Markets.
Dar es Salam, Tanzania (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
In the 1.5 day summit, brand owners, converters, bottlers, fillers, PET resin manufacturers, beverages majors and other stakeholders can look forward to information sharing on the lucrative PET business opportunities in the African region.
Revealing all about Operational Challenges and Strategies for Success in Kenya/East Africa CSD Sector is Coca-Colas Mr. Duncan Kimani, Country Manufacturing Manager. He shares the companys perspective on soft drink industry across Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, Ethiopia as well as shares market insights on CSD market and other juice/nectar/still drinks segment.
A PET resin manufacturers perspective/ strategy on the African region, particularly Nigeria & West Africa will be shared by Sandeep Pahariya, Vice President Operations & Business Development at Indorama PET (Nigeria) Limited.
In regards to PET conversion opportunities in Africa, an exclusive Converter's Session on PET Preform Outlook is scheduled. Mr. Williams Kwasi Peprah, Dep General Manager, Massilly Ghana Ltd will provide updates on Ghana market, while Mr. Kouadio Sey, General Manager, Ivoirienne de Plastique will offer details of PET conversion in Ivory Coast, Senegal & Mali.
Other key sessions at the event include:
For more information visit the event website Or contact Ms. Hafizah at +65 6346 9218.
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