Date(s) - 03/05/2017 - 06/05/2017
P4 Expo India New Delhi
03. – 06. May 2017 | International Trade Show and Conference on Plastics, Petrochemicals, Printing and Packaging Industries
P4 Expo India Trade Show and Conference will be held at the Pragati Maidan Exhibition Center and will offer the best platform for both domestic and international companies to present their latest products and technologies in a biennial rhythm providing expert knowledge at the same time.
Spread across at the modern facility in India, the trade fair will bring together the entire value chain of Plastics, PVC and Compounds, Packaging and Petrochemicals under one roof and throw open the best networking opportunities for exhibitors and visitors alike.
At P4 India Expo, you can address the specific individual needs of your business with customised attention guaranteed to every participant. Visitor profile of the expo includes policy-makers, top CEOs and other decision-makers, innovators, purchase managers and academicians.
Plastics consumption in India is growing over 16% a year, whereas growth in China is 10% and UK is 2.5%. Per capita consumption of India is 11 kg against the world average of 28 kg. In countries like USA, Germany, UK, Italy, Spain, Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the consumption is more than 100 kg and in China it is at 38 kg. It is expected that India’s per capita consumption will cross 20 kg by 2020.
Growth in Automotive, Infrastructure, Packaging, Agriculture, Electronics, Healthcare, Housing and Construction, Textiles and FMCG are driving growth in plastics.
Automotive uses 16% plastic, in Infrastructure 21%; Packaging 43%, Agriculture 2% and others 18%.
According to a recent industry report, Indian petrochemicals industry is estimated to be $100 bn by 2020. Currently at around $40 bn, the petrochemicals segment in the country is growing at a CAGR of around 14%.
Petrochemicals currently contribute to about 30% of country’s $120 bn chemical industry, which is likely to grow at a CAGR of 11% in next few years to touch $250 bn by 2020.
India has a vibrant Petrochemical Sector with a petroleum-refining capacity of over 215 MTPA and gas cracker complexes with downstream facility producing plastics and polymers.
PVC & Compounds
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) commonly known as infrastructure plastic has seen sizeable demand growth in the last several years. PVC industry in India is valued at over Rs 20,000 crores with five major producers and over 6,000 processors, and making consumer and industrial products.
The forecasts for PVC industry are bright. The global market, currently at $ 56 billion, is expected to reach a revenue of $65 billion in 2019, with average annual demand expected to increase at 3.9 per cent. The global consumption of PVC in 2014 was estimated at 40 million tonnes.
According to a report by an Industry body, it is estimated that the packaging industry in India will grow at 18%. It will reach $73 billion in 2020 from $32 billion in FY15. Indian packaging industry constitutes only 4% of the global Industry.
The per capita packaging consumption is as low as 4.3 kg as against 42 kg in Germany and 19 kg in Taiwan. Boom in the organized retail and e-commerce offers huge potential for growth for the Packaging Sector.
India consumes 12.8 MMT of plastics as against global consumption of 285 MMT per year, growing at 13% CAGR. It is expected an investment of $10 billion will be made for capacity addition during the next 5 years.
Trade visitors of the respective industries, such as decision-makers, managers and technical experts have the opportunity to learn about the entire process chain of the products presented during the exhibition as well as to make important business contacts necessary for entering new markets.
Informations from the previous edition, P4 Expo 2016 :
10,742 Unique Business Visitors during the exhibition;
94.5% of visitors were top decision makers
B2B Meetings with top Chinese & Iranian Business Delegations
Since India ranks among the leaders with regard to nearly all product segments of the event, it is an ideal venue for the P4 Expo.
Bookings are closed for this event.