Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian design in plastic to Home & Housewares International Show 2011

For the sixth consecutive year, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to Home & Housewares International Show, held from March 6th to March 8th in Chicago, USA.

Twenty four Brazilian manufacturers will be exposing their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and more in north pavillion, booth N7335. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are known for its quality, diversity and creative design.

One of the attractions the program brings this year is the Brazilian Design Showcase, where visitors will be able to see eight pieces that represent the design from Brazil in products such as pet accessories, lemon squeezers, baskets, woven bins, baby.

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic houseware products. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports of housewares in 2010 were about US$ 36 million, a value increase of 12,5% in 2010 compared to 2009.

In the 2010 edition of Home & Housewares, 16 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 590 contacts with international buyers. The business volume during the show reached US$708.000 in contracts, plus other US$4,7 million expected for the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investiment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Export Plastic Program (24 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
North Pavillion, booth #N7335
Home & Housewares International Show
March 6th to 8th


Source: Think Plastic Brazil