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Polymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand

GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its latest research, “Polymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand”. The study from the company’s Petrochemical Research Group provides an in-depth analysis of the Indian polymer industry. It highlights the major features of the industry and explains the reasons behind its impressive growth in the last decade. The report gives the historic and forecast demand for polymers (polyethylene, polypropylene, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resins, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and styrene butadiene rubber (SBR)) in the region, and discusses the major end use sectors which will drive the polymer demand in India. It also explains the factors which are facilitating the growth of processed plastics exports from India, and gives forecasts for polymer production for the next five years. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s research team of industry experts. The Indian polymer industry made a promising beginning in 1957, but its growth era started after economic liberalization which facilitated the growth of the major polymer end-use sectors. The Indian polymer industry grew at an impressive rate from 2000 to 2011 to become the world’s third largest consumer of polymers after China and the US. Most of this growth has been driven by the packaging sector which is the largest consumer of polymers worldwide. With a rapidly growing economy and the increasing spending power of the Indian middle class, the packaging sector is expected to grow further and create a higher demand for polymers. The automotive sector also is one of the fastest growing polymer end-use sectors and is expected to maintain its growth rate in the future. Plasticulture will be the emerging sector which will drive polymer demand over the next five years. Government support has been crucial for polymer industry growth. The government’s decision to allow 100% foreign direct investment in the processed food industry will drive the demand from the packaging sector. The national mission on micro irrigation will also help popularize plasticulture in the long term. Replicating the growth in gross domestic product, polymer demand in India grew from 3.459 Million Metric ton per annum (MMtpa) in 2000 to 9.013 MMtpa in 2011 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9.1%. Strong growth in the packaging and automotive sectors will drive the demand further to 14.315 MMtpa in 2016. To meet this growing demand, India increased its polymer production from 3.568 MMtpa in 2000 to 7.377 MMtpa in 2016. Production is expected to increase to 11.575 MMtpa in 2016. India’s processed plastics exports have also grown in the last five years to reach to $2.323 billion in the fiscal year ended 2011.
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  • 1. Polymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities andPromising Growth in Domestic Packaging andAutomotive Sectors to Drive the DemandPhone: +44 20 8123 2220Fax: +44 207 900 3970office@marketpublishers.comhttp://marketpublishers.com
  • 2. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.comPolymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth inDomestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand Date: July 24, 2012 Pages: 66 Price: US$ 3,995.00 ID: PEC24EE3C8AENPolymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging andAutomotive Sectors to Drive the DemandSummaryGlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its latest research, “Polymer Industry in India -Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive theDemand”. The study from the company’s Petrochemical Research Group provides an in-depth analysis ofthe Indian polymer industry. It highlights the major features of the industry and explains the reasons behindits impressive growth in the last decade. The report gives the historic and forecast demand for polymers(polyethylene, polypropylene, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resins, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and styrenebutadiene rubber (SBR)) in the region, and discusses the major end use sectors which will drive thepolymer demand in India. It also explains the factors which are facilitating the growth of processed plasticsexports from India, and gives forecasts for polymer production for the next five years.The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondaryresearch and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s research team of industry experts.The Indian polymer industry made a promising beginning in 1957, but its growth era started after economicliberalization which facilitated the growth of the major polymer end-use sectors. The Indian polymer industrygrew at an impressive rate from 2000 to 2011 to become the world’s third largest consumer of polymersafter China and the US. Most of this growth has been driven by the packaging sector which is the largestconsumer of polymers worldwide. With a rapidly growing economy and the increasing spending power ofthe Indian middle class, the packaging sector is expected to grow further and create a higher demand forpolymers. The automotive sector also is one of the fastest growing polymer end-use sectors and isexpected to maintain its growth rate in the future. Plasticulture will be the emerging sector which will drivepolymer demand over the next five years. Government support has been crucial for polymer industrygrowth. The government’s decision to allow 100% foreign direct investment in the processed food industrywill drive the demand from the packaging sector. The national mission on micro irrigation will also helppopularize plasticulture in the long term.Replicating the growth in gross domestic product, polymer demand in India grew from 3.459 Million Metricton per annum (MMtpa) in 2000 to 9.013 MMtpa in 2011 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of9.1%. Strong growth in the packaging and automotive sectors will drive the demand further to 14.315MMtpa in 2016. To meet this growing demand, India increased its polymer production from 3.568 MMtpa in2000 to 7.377 MMtpa in 2016. Production is expected to increase to 11.575 MMtpa in 2016. India’sprocessed plastics exports have also grown in the last five years to reach to $2.323 billion in the fiscal yearended 2011. As the investment in the processed plastics industry gradually increases, the scale ofoperation will also increase. This will result in a larger and more efficient processed plastics industry tocomplement the upstream polymers industry.ScopeThe report provides in-depth analysis, market opportunities and challenges for the manufacturers ofpolymers in India and abroad. It also contains detailed information about polymer capacity, demand andproduction in India. Its scope includes -Polymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand 2
  • 3. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com India’s historic and forecast per capita plastics consumption Historical and forecast polymers capacity in India Polymer demand and production by commodity in India Global polymer demand and production share by region Global polymer capacity split by region Historic and forecast polymer imports into India. Demand for polymers by the packaging and automotive sectors in India Historic processed plastics exports from India Forecast demand for polymers from the plasticulture sector in IndiaReasons to buyThe report will enhance your decision-making capability. It will allow you to - Understand end-use sectors which drive polymer demand in India. Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights on the polymers supply scenario in India. Identify opportunities in the Indian polymer industry with the help of specific insight on the polymer demand scenario in India. Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights into the future opportunities and critical success factors in the Indian polymer industry.Table of Content1 TABLE OF CONTENTS1.1 List of Tables1.2 List of Figures2 INTRODUCTION2.1 Overview2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance3 MAIN FEATURES OF THE INDIAN POLYMER INDUSTRY3.1 Indian Polymer Industry Gained Momentum after Economic Reforms3.2 Low Per Capita Plastics Consumption Creates Immense Opportunities3.3 Commodity Plastics Segment Dominates the Industry Due to Cost Advantage over Engineering Plastics3.4 Polymer Industry is Expanding with Increasing Demand and Continuous Capacity Additions4 RAPID INDUSTRIALISATION AND URBANISATION OF INDIAN ECONOMY TO RESULT IN HIGHERPOLYMER CONSUMPTION4.1 Polymer Industry is Closely Following the GDP Growth Rate4.2 Polymer Production is Growing Rapidly with Continuous Capacity Addition4.3 India has Become the Third Largest Polymers Market in the World4.4 India’s Share in Polymer Production Needs to Increase to Meet Growing Demand4.5 Strong Growth in Domestic Demand will Lead to an Increase in Imports Over the Next Five Years5 PACKAGING SECTOR IS THE LARGEST END-USE SECTOR FOR POLYMERSPolymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand 3
  • 4. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com5.1 Demand from the Packaging Sector has Increased Consistently5.2 Bulk of Commodity Plastics is Consumed in the Packaging Sector5.3 Consistently Growing Retail Sector to Accelerate the Demand for Polymers in Packaging Applications5.4 Processed Food Industry will Develop to Reduce Harvest and Post Harvest Wastage6 AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR WILL CONTINUE TO CREATE DEMAND FOR POLYMERS6.1 Indian Automotive Sector is One of the Fast Growing Automotive Sectors in the World6.2 Automotive Production Increased Substantially After De-licensing6.3 Automotive Exports have Grown Faster than Production6.4 Increasing Consumption in Automotives will Augment Polymer Demand Substantially6.5 Growing Automotive Sector is Driving the Synthetic Butadiene Rubber Demand7 INCREASING PLASTICULTURE APPLICATIONS WILL ENHANCE THE DEMAND FOR POLYMERS7.1 Micro Irrigation Scheme to Accelerate the Polymers Demand7.2 Precision Farming Development Centers to Encourage R&D in Plasticulture8 HIGHER EFFCIENCY IN THE PROCESSED PLASTICS INDUSTRY WILL DRIVE EXPORTS8.1 Processed Plastics Exports have Grown Significantly in the Last Five Years8.2 Higher Investment to Raise the Scale of Operation in the Processed Plastics Sector9 GOVERNMENT SUPPORT HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN PROMOTING POLYMER DEMAND9.1 Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region to Attract More Investment in thePlastics Processing Sector9.2 FDI in Food Processing Sector will Provide a Boost to the Food Packaging Sector9.3 Automotive Mission Plan to Accelerate and Sustain Growth in the Automotive Sector10 HIGH DEGREE OF FRAGMENTATION, LOW FOCUS ON R&D AND LOW IMPORTS DUTY ONPOLYMERS ARE KEY CHALLENGES FOR THE INDIAN POLYMER INDUSTRY10.1 Downstream Processing Industry is Less Competitive Due to High Level of Fragmentation10.2 Low Focus on R&D Affects the Efficiency of the Polymer Industry10.3 Zero Duty Differential between Polymer and Feedstock Inhibiting Investment11 MAJOR COMPANIES IN THE INDIAN POLYMER INDUSTRY11.1 Reliance Industries Limited11.2 Indian Oil Corporation Limited11.3 Haldia Petrochemicals Limited12 APPENDIX12.1 Abbreviations12.2 Definitions 12.2.1 Installed Capacity 12.2.2 Process 12.2.3 Technology12.3 GlobalData’s Research Methodology 12.3.1 Coverage 12.3.2 Secondary Research 12.3.3 Primary ResearchPolymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand 4
  • 5. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com 12.3.4 Expert Panel Validation12.4 Bibliography12.5 Contact Us12.6 DisclaimerLIST OF TABLESTable 1: Plastics Industry, Per Capita Plastics Consumption by Region (kg), 2010Table 2: Indian Plastics Industry, Per Capita Plastics Consumption (kg), 1980–2012Table 3: Indian Plastics Industry, Average Price by Commodity ($/Ton), 2000–2011Table 4: Indian Polymers Industry, Capacity by Commodity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Table 5: Indian Polymer Industry, Major Complex Details, 2011Table 6: Indian Polymer Industry, Polymers Demand (MMtpa) and GDP ($ Trillion), 2000–2016Table 7: Indian Polymer Industry, Index for Industrial Production (IIP) of Rubber, Plastics, Petroleum andCoal Industries, 2001–2010Table 8: Indian Polymer Industry, Production (MMtpa) by Commodity, 2000–2016Table 9: Global Polymer Industry, Demand Share by Region (%), 2000–2011Table 10: Global Polymer Industry, Production Share by Region (%), 2000–2011Table 11: Indian Polymer Industry, Imports by Commodity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Table 12: Indian Polymer Industry, Demand from the Packaging Sector (MMtpa), 2000–2016Table 13: Indian Polymer Industry, Packaging Sector, Demand by End-Use (%), 2011Table 14: Indian Retail Sector, Market Value ($ Billion), 2010–2020Table 15: Indian Automotive Sector, Gross Turnover ($ Billion), 2006–2011Table 16: Indian Automotive Industry, Sales (Million Units), 2003–2011Table 17: Indian Automotive Industry, Installed Capacity (Million Units), 2005–2011Table 18: Indian Automotive Industry, Production (Million Units), 2000–2011Table 19: Indian Automotive Sector, Exports (Million Units), 2000–2011Table 20: Polypropylene and SBR Industry, Demand from Automotive Sector (MMtpa), 2000–2016Table 21: Indian SBR Industry, Demand by End-Use Sector (%), 2011Table 22: Agriculture Sector, Use of Plastics in Agricultural ActivityTable 23: Indian Agriculture Sector, Pattern of Financial Assistance Under the National Mission on MicroIrrigation (NMMI)Table 24: Indian Agriculture Sector, Demand for Commodity Polymers from Micro Irrigation (MMtpa),2012–2017Table 25: Indian Polymer Industry, Processed Plastics Exports Value ($ Billion) and Growth (%),2005–2011Table 26: Processed Plastics Industry, India, Number of Machines and Installed Capacity (MMtpa), 2011Table 27: Plastics Processing Industry, Relative Scale of Operation (Tons per Unit), 2007Table 28: Petrochemical Industry, Global, Import Duty by Country (%), 2011Table 29: Reliance Industries Limited, Key FactsTable 30: Reliance Industries Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Table 31: Reliance Industries Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Table 32: Reliance Industries Limited, Major Polymer Plants DetailsTable 33: Reliance Industries Limited, Major Polymer Plants Details (Contd.)Table 34: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Key FactsTable 35: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Table 36: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2010–2016Table 37: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Major Polymer Plants DetailsTable 38: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Key FactsTable 39: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Table 40: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2001–2016Table 41: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Major Polymer Plants DetailsLIST OF FIGURESPolymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand 5
  • 6. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.comFigure 1: Plastics Industry, Per Capita Plastics Consumption by Region (kg), 2010Figure 2: Indian Plastics Industry, Per Capita Plastics Consumption (kg), 1980–2012Figure 3: Indian Plastics Industry, Average Price by Commodity ($/Ton), 2000–2011Figure 4: Indian Polymers Industry, Capacity by Commodity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Figure 5: Indian Polymer Industry, Demand (MMtpa) and GDP ($ Trillion), 2000–2016Figure 6: Indian Polymer Industry, Index for Industrial Production (IIP) of Rubber, Plastics, Petroleum andCoal Industries, 2001–2010Figure 7: Indian Polymer Industry, Production (MMtpa) by Commodity, 2000–2016Figure 8: Global Polymer Industry, Demand Share by Region (%), 2000–2011Figure 9: Global Polymer Industry, Production Share by Region (%), 2000–2011Figure 10: Indian Polymer Industry, Imports by Commodity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Figure 11: Indian Polymer Industry, Demand from the Packaging Sector (MMtpa), 2000–2016Figure 12: Indian Polymer Industry, Packaging Sector, Demand by End-Use (%), 2011Figure 13: Indian Retail Sector, Market Value ($ Billion), 2010–2020Figure 14: Indian Automotive Sector, Gross Turnover ($ Billion), 2006–2011Figure 15: Indian Automotive Industry, Sales (Million Units), 2003–2011Figure 16: Indian Automotive Industry, Installed Capacity (Million Units), 2005–2011Figure 17: Indian Automotive Industry, Production (Million Units), 2000–2011Figure 18: Indian Automotive Sector, Exports (Million Units), 2000–2011Figure 19: Polypropylene and SBR Industry, Demand from Automotive Sector (MMtpa), 2000–2016Figure 20: Indian SBR Industry, Demand by End-Use Sector (%), 2011Figure 21: Indian Agriculture Sector, Pattern of Financial Assistance Under the National Mission on MicroIrrigation (NMMI)Figure 22: Indian Agriculture Sector, Demand for Commodity Polymers from Micro Irrigation (MMtpa),2012–2017Figure 23: Indian Polymer Industry, Processed Plastics Export Value ($ Billion) and Growth (%),2005–2011Figure 24: Processed Plastics Industry, India, Number of Machines and Installed Capacity (MMtpa), 2011Figure 25: India Petrochemicals Industry, Existing and Planned PCPIRFigure 26: Plastics Processing Industry, Relative Scale of Operation (Tons per Unit), 2007Figure 27: Reliance Industries Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Figure 28: Reliance Industries Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2000–2016Figure 29: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Figure 30: Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2010–2016Figure 31: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Capacity Share by Commodity (%), 2012Figure 32: Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Polymer Capacity (MMtpa), 2001–2016Polymer Industry in India - Export Opportunities and Promising Growth in Domestic Packaging and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Demand 6
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