Chief commercial officer with the Belgian company Group Gheys said it is interested in doing business with Iranian partners as Tehran resumes exporting polymer to Europe in the wake of removal of sanctions.
“It seems that a new chapter has opened and a lot of positive trade waves are felt here,” Ruben Swerts told Shana on the sidelines of the Iran Petrochemical Forum (IPF2015) which was here in Tehran on December 13-14, Shana reported.
“We are going to start cooperation with Iranian companies after Iran starts exporting polymer to Europe. I will return to Iran in April 2016 to take part in Iranplast Exhibition,” he said.
Swerts was also upbeat about taking part in IPF conference saying it provided him with the opportunity to establish numerous contacts with Iranian corporate people.
Some 97 foreign companies from 25 countries participated in IPF2015 which shows an increase of 120 percent compared to IPF2014.
More than 15,00 representatives from domestic and foreign firms including Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, and US are took part in the two-day event.
Participants in the IPF2015, one of the world’s most prestigious events representing the petrochemical industry, discussed the core issues that the industry is facing with the emphasis given to Iran