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  • Volume No. 4 Issue No. 11 Mumbai May 2016

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  • PLASTISCOPE

    ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA

    May 2016 / 3

    From the Presidents Desk .................................... 3

    Expo Plast Peru 2016 ..... 4

    Indian Plastics Industry News .................................... 9

    Petrochemicals ................. 18

    Environment/ Recycling/ Bio-Plastics ......................... 20

    Forecast / Trends ............. 30

    Packaging .......................... 32

    International Plastics News .................................... 37

    Printed, Published and Edited by : DEEPAK LAWALE on behalf of ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA, Printed at INDIA PRINTING WORKS, India Printing House, 42, G. D. Ambekar Marg, Wadala, Mumbai 400 031 and Published from ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA, 404/405, Golden Chambers, New Link Road, Andheri (West), Mumbai 400 053. Editor : DEEPAK LAWALE

    CONTENTS

    From the Presidents Desk

    Mr. C. Bhaskar

    Dear Members,

    Organization of Plastics Processors of India has since long been emphasizing on Innovation and Innovativeness. Some of you may remember that we had earlier published a series of case studies on Innovation and Innovativeness in PLASTISCOPE.

    We hear that since 2000, 52% of Fortune 500 companies have merged, been acquired or gone bankrupt. Global and local competitiveness patterns continually change. The fear of obsolescence continues to haunt all entrepreneurs and organizations globally. In this environment, Innovation remains the key to survival.

    Consider China for example. A recent report in The Economist, based on research by McKinsey Global Institute and PwC, confirms Chinas transition to a global Innovation powerhouse, notwithstanding the slowdown. The private sector drives innovation in China, going by the ability of companies to expand revenues and raise profits as proof of successful innovation, rather than the number of patents filed. A PwC survey also shows that Chinese companies are increasing investments in R&D faster than competitors in any other market. It debunks the notion that Chinese companies are mere copycats, capable only of incremental improvements. Data shows that Chinese companies compare with Silicon Valley firms in innovation.

    China is an innovation heavyweight due to its massive catch-up in R&D investment and education. World Bank data shows Chinas R&D spend at about 1.98% of GDP in 2012. It wants to eventually match the R&D spend in the US, at 2.8% of GDP. Thats huge compared to Indias paltry 0.9% of a much smaller GDP. Indian companies spend minuscule sums on R&D and often pass off market research expenses as R&D outlay to get a tax break.

    So I appeal to our Members to take firm, rapid steps to innovate products, manufacturing processes and all related systems. Encourage Thinking-out-of-the-Box . And besides our individual goals, we will also become an integral part of the Make In India initiative.

    Innovation is the hallmark of K2016. Exhibitors at K-2016 will have much to offer visitors. As in the past, OPPI has tied up with Orbit for K-2016. OPPI Members may contact the OPPI Secretariat for Orbit Packages at special rates.

    With Best Wishes,

    C. BhaskarPresident

  • PLASTISCOPE4 / May 2016

    EXPO PLAST PERU 2016

    EXPO PLAST PERU 2016 was held from 3rd to 6th May 2016 at Jockey Exhibition Center, LIMA, PERU.

    FICCI had organized Indian Pavilion at the 7th EXPO PLAST PERU under the aegis of the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India.

    Organization of Plastics Processors of India also supported FICCI as a partner in the marketing and organizing EXPO PLAST PERU 2016.

    H.E. Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to PERU and Bolivia gave lot of help and encouragement to the Indian Exhibitors.

    A MoU was signed between Organization of Plastics Processors of India and ASSOCIATION PERUANA DE LA INDUSTRIA PLASTICA- APIPLAST on 3rd May 2016. The MoU was signed by Mr. Eduardo Farah Hayn, President, APIPLAST and by Mr. Deepak Lawale, Secretary General, Organization of Plastics Processors of India. H.E. Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to PERU and Bolivia and Mr. Ajay Shinde, Second Secretary(HOC), Embassy of India, Lima were also present at the MoU signing ceremony.

    260 Exhibitors occupied 16,000 sqm. Exhibition area in EXPO PLAST PERU. The exhibitors were from Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Peru, Austria, Portugal, China, India, Mexico, USA, Colombia, Germany, Taiwan, UAE, Chile, France, Switzerland etc.

    The following Indian Companies participated either as exhibitors or their Brochures were displayed and distributed from OPPI Stall:-

    A V INDUSTRIES AFLEX AGROHA COLOURTEC PVT. LTD. AHUJA TRADERS APEX IRRIGATION AUMENTO POLYMER PVT. LTD. CHIRIPAL INDUSTRIES LTD. CHIRIPAL POLYFILMS LTD. COMMERCIAL SYN BAGS LTD. CONCORD UNITED PRODUCTS PVT. LTD. COSMO FILMS

    DEEP PLAST INDSUTRIES DEEP POLYMERS PVT. LTD. DODIA ESTABLISHMENT GETGROW WORLDWIDE PVT. LTD. JAGANNATH EXTRUSION INDIA LTD. JOGINDRA ENGINEERING WORKS PVT. LTD. JP EXTRUSIONTECH LTD. KABRA EXTRUSIONTECK PVT. LTD. KANDUI INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD. KATLAX ENTERPRISES LINCON POLYMERS PVT. LTD. M.M. POLYTECH PVT. LTD. MANALI PIGMENTS PVT. LTD. MANBHARI FLEXIPACKGS PVT. LTD. MICRO MOULDS ENGINEERING MOHINDRA SALES NATIONAL PLASTIC INDUSTRIES LTD. NILKAMAL LIMITED PICASSO FLEXIBLES LTD. PLASTIBLENDS INDIA LIMITED PRAYAG POLYTECH LTD. RAJ TRADING COMPANY SAHIL TECH INDIA LTD. SCJ PLASTICS LTD. SHREE ADINATH WOVEN SACKS PVT. LTD. SHUBAM EXTRUSION TECHNIK PVT. LTD. SILVERLINE PLASTPACKS PVT. LTD. SILVASSA WOVEN SACKS PVT. LTD. STAR FLEX INTERNATIONAL TEAM THERMOFORMINGS AND ALLIEDS UNIMAX STATIONERY V M CORPORATION VIHAN ENGINEERING PVT. LTD. VISHAL FABRICS LTD. VRAJ INTEGRATED TEXTILE PARK LTD. XPRO INDIA LTD. ZEEN ENTERPRISES

    Most of the Indian exhibitors were happy with the enquiries generated at EXPO PLAST PERU 2016.

  • PLASTISCOPE

    ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA

    May 2016 / 5

    EXPO PLAST PERU 2016

    Standing (L-R): Mr. Eduardo Farah, President, APIPLAST, Mr. Pramod K Mittal, Director & Vice President, INCHAM, H.E. Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to Peru and Bolivia, Mr. Ruben Barreto, Gerente Expo Plast Peru, Mr. Manish

    Singhal, Assistant Secretary General, International Affairs Division, FICCI, Mr. Deepak Lawale, Secretary General, OPPI.

    Sitting (L-R): Mr. Deepak Lawale, Secretary General, OPPI, President, APIPLAST Standing

    (L-R): Mr. Manish Singhal, Assistant Secretary General, International Affairs Division, FICCI, Mr. Sandeep

    Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to Peru and Bolivia, FICCI, Mr. Sandip Samaddar, Additional Director & Head- Americas & Israel Division, FICCI, Mr. Ajay G. Shinde, Second Secretary

    (HOC), Embassy of India, Lima.

    From (L-R): Mr. Deepak Lawale, Secretary General, OPPI, Mr. Manish Singhal, Assistant Secretary General, International

    Affairs Division, FICCI, Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to Peru and Bolivia, FICCI, Mr.

    Eduardo Farah, President, APIPLAST, Mr. Sandip Samaddar, Additional Director & Head- Americas & Israel Division, FICCI

    Lighting the Traditional Lamp

  • PLASTISCOPE6 / May 2016

    OPPI STALL AT EXPO PLAST PERU 2016

    H.E. Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Ambassador of India to Peru and Bolivia, in Conversation with Mr. Deepak Lawale,

    Secretary General, OPPI

  • PLASTISCOPE

    ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA

    May 2016 / 7

    THERMOFORMER SPECIFICATIONThe description of the machine is: 2 Nos. for Rajoo MAKE DISPOTILT Thermoforming machine working with air pressure, in mould punching and rotation of the lower platen 36 cycles for Dia 70mm drinking cups.

    Production Capacity Weight of the Cups 1.5 TO 1.6 GM 71000 CUPS PER HOURForming Area 700 x 400mmMould forming depth 150mmServo assisted Plug Assist UnitAutomatic lubrication systemSheet indexing system with toothed chains driven by servo motorSide chain sliders for PP sheet upwardsControl Cabinet with Omron PLC controllingCam operated systemBecker Brand Vaccum PumpTFT colourtouch screenCoil Feed unit with 500kg maximum capacity

    MOULD Mould made of aluminium with a hardness from 179 180.Accelerated four fold upper cutting cooling systemDia 71 - 32 cavity mould (including 1 set of inserts and ejectors and plugs)Dia 80 21 cavity mould (including 1 set of inserts & ejectors and plugs)Extra inserts for both the moulds

    Automatic air blowing stacking device for both the moulds for untouched stacking of the product from the mould.

    Counting and Packaging machine with a packaging capacity of 80000 pcs/hour.50mm 100mm packagingUntouched loading into conveyorsPrinted wrapping option with colour sensorSuitable for counting of 50pcs/100pcs possible.

    TO BE SOLD IN AS IN CONDITION

    Interested Parties can contact:Mrs. Lakshmi RamakrishnanMobile: 0091 9825312701

  • PLASTISCOPE8 / May 2016

  • PLASTISCOPE

    ORGANIZATION OF PLASTICS PROCESSORS OF INDIA

    May 2016 / 9

    INDIAN PLASTICS INDUSTRY NEWS

    India Offers 26% Stake For US$700 Mln In ONGCs To-Be-Commissioned Petrochemical PlantsIndia has offered UAE a stake in petrochemical plants, refinery projects to boost energy ties. On offer was 26% stake for US$70