Dear Friends & Colleagues, After almost 100 days it seems that the slowdown forced due to demonitization in our economy has started to wear off. Of late the buyers are back in the market owing to factors such as return of liquidity, increasing prices of polymers due to feedstock prices riding high on the high crude prices and also, because of fianancial year end target pressures. So, a very happy holi indeed to all my friends.   By the time this goes to press, we have seen the results of the elections in 5 state assemblies including that in all important state of UP where BJP has got a resounding victory. Hopefully this will lend a new vigour to our central government  encouraging faster reforms and higher public spending leading to good times for industries like ours.   During recently concluded Plastivision exhibition in Mumbai, which was attended by a number of our members it was seen that the focus of the industry is on new products especially WPC (wood plastic composites) and smart polymers. While The WPCs market  is expected to grow rapidly owing to the increasing production of composites and the rise in demand from various countries including India, Smart polymers  are high performance polymers that change their properties according to  even a slight change in the environment that they are acting in.Interest in smart polymers is steadily gaining momentum, especially in the fields of controlled and self regulated drug delivery. I take this opportunity to inform you that we have more or less narrowed down on a  proposed Poly Park of 100 acres opposite Azad Hind Dhaba on NH-6 at Uluberia, for which  a detailed e-mail has already bee ... Read all
- President

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Indian Plastics Federation (IPF) is regarded as a torch-bearer of plastics industry and trade. While going down the memory lane we respectfully remember the seven stalwarts of Plastics Industry – Late C. L. Gupta, Late G. Khemani, Late B. L. Pachisia, Late C. M. Srimal, Late R. G. Gupta, Late G. D. Damani and Shri G. N. Periwal and salute them for their vision, wisdom and far-sightedness for the establishment of IPF way back in 1958. During this long span of over five decades the Federation has been successful in its endeavour to be reckoned as one of the main forums of Plastics in India.

Indian Plastics Federation (IPF) was set up in 1958 with the objective of promoting the plastics industry in India and particularly in Eastern India. Regarded as a torch-bearer of plastics industry, its members include mega-projects like Reliance Industries Ltd., Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd