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Foreign Trade Policy 2015- 2020 Highlights

Simplification & Merger of Schemes

  • 5 schemes merged into single scheme, namely Merchandise Export from India Scheme (MEIS)
  • Reward under MEIS shall be payable as a percentage of realised FOB value in FFE
  • Duty scrip will be fully transferable
  • Duty scrip can be utilized for payment of customs duties, excise duty and service tax
  • Reward under MEIS shall be extended to exports from SEZ

WINDSOR unveils many new technologies at PLASTINDIA 2015

In its journey of more than 50 years, WINDSOR had unveiled many new machine technologies in India, thereby giving its customers a new horizon to maximize theirprofits. In continuation of the same, Windsor participated in the 9th Plastindia exhibition held in February, 2015 at Gandhinagar, Gujarat with a clear indication of showcasing “Maximum Technology in Minimum Space possible”. Focus on Higher Productivity with Energy Efficiencywas the key parameter being kept in mind while demonstrating plastic processing machine.

The event was a great success and achievement as many a customers, consultants and technocrats not only witnessed live demonstration of machines but also highly appreciated WINDSOR as a TECHNOLOGY PARTNER to arrive at a “WIN- WIN” situation in the near future.

Rajoo booth was symbolic of global advances in technology @ affordable prices

The industry has always recognised Rajoo as an innovator, quality supplier and a forefront runner in empowering the processing industry with advanced technologies. This recognition was further reinforced when the Rajoo booth was inaugurated by Sudhir Bandiwadekar (Multifilms, Chiplun), who is the pioneer in India to start edible oil packaging in barrier films. He is one of the eminent users of the recently commissioned 5‐layer blown film line from Rajoo; in fact, Multifilms uses 4 such machines from Rajoo. ‘I wish to congratulate Rajoo on achieving and maintaining its position of leadership in its line. Recent purchase of the 5 layer blown film line further reinforces our trust and confidence in Rajoo’, says Sudhir Bandiwadekar, Managing Director of Multifilms, Chiplun.

Two prestigious awards conferred upon Milacron for excellence at the 7th Plasticon Awards

Two prestigious awards have been conferred upon Milacron for its excellence at the 7th Plasticon Awards organized by Plastindia Foundation. Milacron has been announced winner and awarded Gold Trophies in two categories :

  • Innovative Plastics Processing Machinery & Ancillary
  • Fastest Growing Enterprise – Plastic Processing Machinery & Ancillaries

Milacron introduces Special PET System, Blow Moulding Machine and Extrusion System

Milacron unveiled an impressive roster of innovative products from across its integrated brand portfolio at Plastindia 2015. Spread over 700 square meters, Milacron has showcased the cutting-edge plastics processing technology from brands including Ferromatik Milacron India, Mold-Masters and DME.

Milacron is expanding its processing expertise with the Special PET IMM, combining speed and flexibility to revolutionize production in the growing PET preform market. Plastindia had also marked the India debut of Milacron’s pioneering Dairy product line, UR 70, enabling plastic storage solutions for milk packaging.

Kabra Extrusiontechnik (KET) awarded the prestigious “National Award for Technology Innovation”

With over 5 decades of experience in extrusion technology, Kabra Extrusiontechnik (KET) continues to be a leader in manufacturing & export of plastic extrusion machinery. Company has been benchmarking in plastics extrusion industry by modern R & D techniques and various processes to cater the market requirements for low power consumption, high output, maintenance free and user friendly plastics extrusion plants.

In recognition of KET’s efforts in technology Innovation, company has been awarded with the prestigious National Award by the Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals (Government of India) and CIPET.

Chairman's Message

PMMAI is working hard and putting best efforts for the benefit of industry since last three years. Our industry is now recognized by Government of India at various levels of different ministries. PMMAI played a vital role in between GOG, PIF & Industry when the venue of Plastindia 2015 was changed. We whole heartedly supported GOG scheme for incentive for machinery purchases at Plastindia 2015. Our secretariat is always willing to help for even the smallest query when there was no one else will answer them. We assure you that this helping approach will continue in future because that is PMMAI mission - to help grow plastics machinery industry in India.

Remembering a Leader

Industrialization of our country started with establishment of Steel Plant at Jamshedpur by Jamshetji Tata in 1912. After India got freedom in 1947 from British and thus became a Sovereign nation, the founding fathers of Republic of India adopted the policies favoring the industrialization of country. Government assumed responsibility to produce key industrial items where private enterprise was unable to shore up the resources required. The rest of the field was left free for private enterprise but gave them protection through export import controls. This was in a way initiation of 'Make in India' program.

New Government needs to extend anti dumping duty on import of plastic processing machinery from China

Follow: Anti-dumping duty, BJP, China, Competition, Custom duty, Foreign Trade Agreements, Government of India, IMM, import duty, Indian manufacturing sector, Injection moulding machine, NDA Government, plastic processing machinery, Plastic processing machinery manufacturers, Plastics Machine Manufacturers’ association of India, plastics processors, PMMAI, Skilled manpower, expects the Plastics Machine Manufacturers’ association of India (PMMAI) from the new NDA Government formed by BJP in India. PMMAI shares its expectations with mpponline, regarding the key steps to be taken by the new government with regards to competition from China.

Kolsite Battenfeld Twin Screw PVC Pelletizing Lines

PVC compounding is a process of mixing homogenously the different ingredients of compound formulation, to achieve various properties as required by the end application. The basic ingredient, Polyvinyl Chloride resin is compounded with a number of additives such as stabilizers, lubricants, property modifiers, pigments, plasticizers, filers etc. These elements of compound, in definite proportions, are mechanically mixed in a high speed mixer. The output is normally called “Premix” or Dry blend “which is in the form of free flowing powder.

Introduction to PMMAI by MR. N. K. BALGI

Plastics Machinery Manufacturers Association of India (PMMAI) is a newly formed body with the objective to promote the advancement and growth of plastics machinery manufacturing industry in India and to promote common interests of constituents of plastics machinery manufacturing industry comprising of primary processing machinery, post forming processing machinery and auxiliary equipment used in pre and post forming operations etc., in the fields of economy, technology and science through cooperation and coordination at national and international level and train people for the industry with required skills.

New study says plastics is the sustainable packaging choice

WASHINGTON — Six major categories of plastic packaging significantly reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions compared to packaging made with alternative materials, according to a new study.

Compiled by Franklin Associates for the American Chemistry Council and the Canadian Plastics Industry Association, and using 2010 as a baseline year, the data shows replacing plastic packaging with alternative materials would result in a 4.5 times more packaging weight, an 80 percent increase in energy use and 130 percent more global warming potential.

India’s plastics industry asks for government help

MUMBAI — The All India Plastics Manufacturers Association is seeking government help — so its members can invest in new technology, and in the form of new plastics parks all over the country.

“Plastics is one of the biggest contributors to India’s GDP [gross domestic product], with the growth rate of 12-15 percent per annum, over 50,000 manufacturers, and employs over 4 million workers in India,” said AIPMA President Anand Oza.

Firms report extrusion grows with construction, packaging

Rising home prices are driving remodeling, as people open their wallets to invest in their houses, driving sales of appliances, new bathrooms — and vinyl windows, pipe and siding, key extruded products.

And other extrusion markets continued solid growth. Packaging fuels sales of blown film lines and sheet extrusion lines.

Global plastics processing machinery demand to exceed $37 billion

Global plastics processing machinery demand is expected to increase 6.9% annually through 2017 to $37.1 billion. A healthier sales climate, resulting from accelerations in fixed investment spending and growth in the production of plastic goods, will spur gains, according to a new study The Freedonia Group, a market research firm.

Analyst Zoe Biller states: "Packaging will remain the largest single market for plastics processing machinery, accounting for more than one-third of all 2017 sales, followed in size by consumer/institutional products and construction."

How advanced plastics saved lives on Asiana Flight 214

Flight attendants and first responders are receiving very well deserved praise for their fast and brave work to rapidly evacuate passengers from Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.

It's possible that investigators will want to add praise in another area as well -- the regulators and engineers who have transformed aircraft interiors from flaming and smoky tinderboxes to cabins that are much slower-burning and significantly less toxic.

India issues trade advisory against Chinese firms

Wary Of Dragon Land

  • The Indian Embassy in Beijing received 86 complaints of trade disputes from Indian companies in 2012
  • Most of the disputes originated from Hebei province and the municipality of T1anjin
  • Chinese companies changed their "modus operandi" to catch Indian businessmen unaware

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