About Kenya Plast
The hub of East African Region, strategically located on the east coast of Africa, with a population of 40 Million.
Kenya imports commodities worth US$ 10.4 Billion in 2010 especially machinery, transportation equipment, petroleum products, motor vehicles and parts, iron and steel, resin, plastics, etc.
Since 2000, Kenya's economy grew at an average of 3.7 percent. Without ICT, growth in 2010 would have been a lackluster 2.8 percent-similar to the population growth rate-and income per capita would have stagnated. Over the last three decades Kenya has experienced only two short episodes when economic growth exceeded five percent and was sustained for at least three consecutive years: 1986-88 and 2004-2007. Economic growth in 2011-12 could range between 5.3 and 6.0 percent if no shocks occur. Public sector investments in infrastructure will help to stimulate this growth.
Kenya Plast. Organized:
KMG Business Technology
12, Aaryan Corporate Park, Nr. Shilaj Railway Crossing. Thaltej - Shilaj Road,
Since its inception in the early nineties, KMG Limited had envisioned that All events must evolve as one of the most awaited and eagerly participated industrial events in India and overseas. Through committed endeavor and a no-compromise attitude to quality, the company has brought that vision to reality.
Now, KMG is on a drive to expand the scope of exhibitions - to turn it from a pan-Asian event to a pan-European event and eventually, into a truly global experience.
Current history is remembered in a decade. KMG has left an indelible mark. Each successive exebition has itself exhibited an improvement in terms of design structure as well as shown an exponential increase in participants and remains as memorable, innovative and fresh.