The hottest demand for plastic machines in India i

  • Detail

The demand for plastic machines in India is hot, and the prospect of high-end plastic machines is promising. At the same time, the per capita consumption of plastic products in India is also growing. The huge potential of the market has attracted many investors to this field

sharp increase in plastic consumption demand

economic development has stimulated the sharp increase in plastic demand in the Indian market. In the past two years, the consumption of Indian plastics industry has increased by 2.25 million tons. With an average annual growth rate of 15%, India will soon become the third largest polymer consumer after the United States and China

according to the estimations of the plastidiafoundation, a major plastics related association in India, India's plastic output will double from 7.5 million tons to 15million tons by 2015

at the same time, the development of the automobile industry has also provided a good opportunity for the high-quality development of the Indian plastic city. Indian plastic industry experts said that the steady growth of the bus industry will promote the growth of plastic consumption. The growth of Indian bus industry has directly driven the consumption growth of polypropylene (PP) blends

the emergence of a large number of middle-class people in India who can afford to buy cars has become the driving force for the vigorous development of the automobile industry. At present, the automobile industry accounts for 5% of India's GDP, and has unsuccessfully developed a number of robot products used in various processes of the tire industry, which are growing at a high speed. Statistics show that India produced more than 3.7 million cars last year, making it the seventh largest producer in the world. If the market is expected to grow at a% increase, it will replace Brazil to become the sixth largest in the world this year. It is estimated that by 2016, the GDP of India's automobile industry will double, with a total of about US $122billion

the growing ranks of the plastic processing industry

the surge in demand for plastics has also attracted more investors to devote themselves to the field of plastic processing. The number of enterprises continues to rise, with an annual growth rate of 33%

not only did Indian enterprises recruit more employees, but also the number of processing devices began to rise. From 25000 units in 2010 to 30000 units in 2011, it is estimated that the number of processing units will reach 40000 in the next three years. In the enterprise structure, small and medium-sized enterprises account for 90%

the stimulation of demand is the main development factor of the plastic processing industry. Industry insiders predict that India is expected to become one of the world's top ten packaging consumers in 2016. By then, the market value of the country's packaging industry will exceed US $24billion. In the next few years, food packaging will become the main driving force for the rapid growth of polymer consumption in India

in India, the plastic industry chain can be divided into two main areas, namely, the upstream polymer industry and the downstream plastic products transformed from polymers. Upstream polymer manufacturers import the most advanced technologies from abroad and integrate them in the domestic market to maintain the global competitiveness of their products. The downstream plastic processing industry is composed of highly dispersed small and medium-sized enterprises

domestic people's worries about plastic products

in the next two decades, the Indian plastic market will usher in unprecedented opportunities. The global demand for plastics will reach a new height, and India will not give up this good opportunity. What this great country with plastic exports accounting for only 1.5% of the global market needs to do is to consolidate and improve the existing technical level, improve the production level and increase the utilization rate of plastic applications

however, a key factor puzzling the Indian plastics industry is that many people think that plastics are not environmentally friendly. This is mainly due to the lack of understanding of plastic properties. This is a little-known fact. India has the most plastic equipment in the world, but its per capita consumption is the lowest in the world

due to the brittleness of the material, the silicon carbide material produces crack expansion.

it makes the plastic more environmentally friendly and makes the public accept the plastic. This is not an easy task. From the perspective of macro structure, India's plastic polymer market and plastic processing market can be described as two extremes. The former is highly capital intensive, while the latter is dominated by extremely fragmented "self-employed", so it is difficult to join the market. On the contrary, another market is very suitable for development, that is, plastic recycling

although the Indian economy has only taken off in recent years, it is not ambiguous when it comes to plastic recycling. According to the statistics of the Indian plastics Environment Center, the domestic recovery rate in India is as high as 60%. It is estimated that there are more than 7000 merchants with an annual turnover of 92billion rupees and more than 3.5 million jobs. For example, in terms of construction, it is popular in India to pave roads with waste plastic combined with asphalt. Since 2002, it is estimated that more than 200 kilometers of roads have been paved with this combined material, and all of them are in normal condition. Therefore, what the insiders can do is to work together to create opportunities for the growth of India's plastic industry, show the strong capabilities and advantages of the industry, encourage people to understand plastics and the advantages that plastics bring to modern life, and increase the per capita consumption of plastics in India. At the same time, greater efforts should be made to encourage plastic exports and promote national economic growth

India's anti-dumping duty policy on China's plastic machinery

in its report to the Indian government, the Indian plastic machinery manufacturers association headquartered in New Delhi disclosed that in recent three years, the Indian machinery industry has produced 2200 injection molding machines per year. China's output is times that of India. How long does it take to produce a testing machine as an Indian plastic machine? China Haitian Group, the industry's largest competitor, produced 22000 plastic machines in 2012 alone, while other large machinery manufacturers in China each produced thousands of machines. This has brought a huge impact on the domestic plastic machine manufacturers in India

in mid May this year, India's anti-dumping duty policy on injection molding machines to China expired

on June 19, the Indian government announced that it would extend the anti-dumping duty on China's imported plastic machines by one year to may 2015. In addition, it is considering further extending the tax and listening to the opinions of all walks of life

the Indian plastics machinery manufacturers' Association expressed dissatisfaction with the above results and submitted a report to the government of that country, requesting that the anti-dumping duty imposed on China's imported plastics machinery be extended for five years, at least until 2019

therefore, although the surge in plastic consumption demand has driven the demand for plastic machinery in India, most of China's plastic machinery enterprises are deterred by the high anti-dumping duties

despite the high anti-dumping duty, it is undoubtedly an insurmountable mountain for enterprises with low product technology and high equipment cost. However, for enterprises with core technology and high added value of equipment, anti-dumping brings not only barriers but also opportunities. The technology of Indian plastic machinery industry is relatively weak. Domestic plastic enterprises have sought foreign high-tech machinery to reduce production costs. The policy has blocked the development path of low-tech enterprises, but also widened the path of high-tech equipment enterprises to open up the Indian market. Only based on the research and development of high-tech, can China's plastic machinery enterprises not fall into the weak position in international trade disputes and open up more international markets

note: the reprinted contents are indicated with the source. The reprint is for the purpose of transmitting more information, and does not mean to agree with their views or confirm the authenticity of their contents

Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI