Wednesday, February 1, 2012


 The eminent growth of plastics industry in India has ensured consolidation and capacity expansion. It has also brought along best management practices along with globally competitive quality consciousness. Upgradation of machinery, more than sufficient availability of raw materials and the never say die attitude of the Indian Entrepreneur makes India the preferred global source for plastics.

In keeping with the previous versions of Plastindia Exhibitions, Plastindia 2012 will scale new heights and conquer new horizons across the globe.

Participants at Plastindia 2009 were very vocal that the fair truly represented the potential and future of plastics in India. Plastindia 2012 will be an event which will ensure that India is the place for global business in Plastics.


  • Raw Material, Polymer & Resins, Intermediates, Blends & Alloys, Compositives.
  • Speciality Chemicals, Masterbatches, Additives, Colourants, Fillers & Reinforcements.
  • Processing Machinery.
  • Ancillary Equipment / Instrumentation.
  • Finished Products.
  • Mould & Dies.
  • Recycling.
  • Post processing equipment for Printing, Plating, Lamination, Surface Enhancement and Decoration of Plastics
  • Quality Control and Testing Equipment.
  • Trade Promotion Bodies and Professional Associations.
  • R & D, Education & Training Institutes.
  • Technical Publishers, Standards etc.
  • Plasticulture.

  • India has the highest number of billionaires in Asia and fourth highest in the world.
  • India is one of the world's fastest growing wealth creator, thanks to its knowledge economy and its vast manufacturing and agriculture industry.
  • Almost 50% of the top 100 fortune 500 companies are present in India.
  • India has joined the elite club of 12 countries with a trillion dollar economy.
  • India's consumer market will be the world's fifth largest in the world by 2025.
  • India has emerged as one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world.
  • Despite global economic gloom, the Indian economy has shown an impressive growth rate of 7% during 2008 - 09 as against 9.5% in 2007-08.
  • Growth rate in some specific sectors have been very good, like telecommunications, information technology, infrastructure, pharma and the plastics industry.

  • The Indian Plastics Industry has been growing at a rate of 12% over the years and with its true potential harnessed, it is all set to reach the 12.5 MMT by consumption making India the 3`" largest consumer of plastics by 2012.
  • To match this figure, India would require 42,000 new machines and around US $10 billion of project investment by 2020.
  • Packaging, Electronics, Telecommunication, Infrastructure, Transportation, Healthcare and Consumer Durables are fast growing sectors of Indian economy offering growth for plastics consumption.
  • India has made considerable progress, in the last ten years, in attracting private investment into the infrastructure sectors in telecommunication, ports, roads, power etc. The sector is estimated to grow at the rate of 10 % over the next few years. This sector offers tremendous opportunity for consumption of plastics.
  • India's Agriculture Sector contribute almost 20% to the Indian GDP and employs around 50% of India's manpower. Focused development of plasticulture to cover 17 million hectares under micro irrigation system will boost demand of plastics in this sector.

The enormous scope for expansion and development in the Indian Plastics Industry was witnessed during Plastindia 2009, where there was global recognition that India is the destination for the future of global plastics industry.

The processing industry, in fact, offers a huge potential for upgradation in terms of innovative technological advances. Some of the areas with huge investment potential for the plastics industry are:

  • World-class higher capacity machines.
  • Enhanced design capabilities, moulds, tools and dies and technological know-how.
  • Use of intelligent manufacturing to improve productivity and asset utilization. Global manufacturing and management practices with an eye for quality and design.
  • Development of new products and applications.
  • Technology Consultancy and Technology Transfer.
  • Foreign Direct Investment in the downstream sector specially in SEZ with tax benefits .
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