Tamil Nadu consumes over 7 Lakh 50,000 tonnes of plastics, generating an income of over Rs. 15,000 crore in plastics related businesses, says the recent survey of Tamil Nadu Plastic Manufacturer’
Manali near Chennai is to have an integrated plastic industrial park. Tamil Nadu universities are producing around 800 plastic engineering professionals a year, offering engineering courses that include special programmes in plastic processing and designing. Particularly, the Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology in Chennai is in the forefront in offering plastic related courses in India.
Backed by a huge workforce of economical yet skilled manpower; a high emphasis on quality as well as value for money; and a favourable regulatory environment, India's plastic processing sector is surging. The industry has surplus processing capability to cater to more business and is constantly upgrading itself on technology and atomisation front to keep pace with the developed nations. India - the globe's most lucrative business destination is growing bigger by the day. Plastics - as the key material for man's progress today - will be a key beneficiary of this tremendous growth surge. PLASTINDIA 2015 will be the gateway to this profusion of unlimited possibilities as India is poised to become the next global hub for plastics. All in all, PLASTINDIA 2015 promises opportunities for growth and success to anyone associated with or willing to associate with the wonderful world of plastics.