Information about Indian Plastics Exhibition

Iranian Petrochemicals at the 4P Exhibition of India (Plastics, Petrochemicals, Printing and Packaging) organized by the Association of Indian Plastics Industries (noitaicossA yrtsudnI citsalP aidnI llA) AIPIA and supported by the Indian Oil Company in April 2016 in the city New Delhi will be held in an area of ​​more than 33,000 square meters with […]

Iranian Petrochemicals at the 4P Exhibition of India (Plastics, Petrochemicals, Printing and Packaging) organized by the Association of Indian Plastics Industries (noitaicossA yrtsudnI citsalP aidnI llA) AIPIA and supported by the Indian Oil Company in April 2016 in the city New Delhi will be held in an area of ​​more than 33,000 square meters with the participation of about 500 participants from more than 20 countries.

Alireza Elahi, CEO of Beauty Sky International Company, said: Beauty Sky Company, as the official and exclusive representative of India 4P Exhibition in Iran, by taking one of the best location for the Iranian pavilion, provides a strong presence of Iranian companies in this exhibition. And during it, meetings and working meetings between Iranian companies with Indian companies active in related fields, as well as the possibility of visiting major factories active in the field of petrochemicals and plastics and printing and packaging will provide Iranian petrochemical companies. Construction.

Among the prominent Indian companies participating in this exhibition, the following companies can be mentioned:
INDIAN OIL CORP, GAIL, ONGC, RELIANCE, HMCL, TANSEE, BOROUGE, POLYONE, ASTRA POLYMER, SIPCHEM

He added: “Currently, considering the annual growth of about 10% of the Indian petrochemical industry, which is equivalent to 144 billion dollars, and the value of this industry in India is expected to reach 200 billion dollars by 2018, attending this exhibition for Iranian companies are a valuable opportunity to gain a share of this large and valuable market.

India is the sixth largest importer of petrochemicals and plastics in the world and the third largest importer of petrochemicals and plastics in Asia. The Indian subcontinent also has a long history of trade with Iran and is one of the largest, most important and well-known international markets with a population of more than 1.2 billion people, the second most populous country in the world and the fourth largest economy in the world with annual growth. About 8% is a valuable market.

He added: “Considering the growing trend of trade relations between Iran and India in the field of plastics and petrochemical industry, this event will provide a platform for cooperation between industries and traders of the two countries in this field.” On the other hand, due to the growing growth of Iran’s plastics industry in the production of various plastic and polymeric materials, and since well-known and reputable buyers from many countries will be present to visit this exhibition, so Iranian companies using From this opportunity, they can be a powerful representative for the Iranian plastics industry.

He pointed out that by the end of 2015, India will be ranked third in the world (after the United States and China) in terms of polymer and plastic consumption in the world, noting that the annual consumption of plastics in India (approximately “20 million tons By the end of 2015 – with a per capita consumption of 16 kg per person per year), which shows a growth of 16%, on the other hand, India is projected to be ranked fourth in the world in the packaging industry by the end of 2016. By the end of 2018, it will be ranked fifth in the world in the printing market.Also, the plastics and petrochemical market of India is import-oriented and only 50% of the market demand for polymer materials is produced by domestic Indian manufacturers.