Indian packaging industry likely to touch $44 bn by 2016

The packaging industry was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

The sales turnover of Indian is likely to touch $43.7 billion by 2016, according to (IIP).

"The total turnover of the in India at present is $27.6 billion and expected to grow to around $43.7 billion by 2016, whereas the global turnover is about $550 billion", said the (IIP) Chairman S K Ray.

He said the was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

There are roughly 22,000 packaging in the country--from raw material manufacturers to machinery suppliers to ancillary material and nearly 85 percent of them are MSMEs, Ray said.

"India's per capita consumption of packaging is only 4.3 kg per person per annum,  as against Germany's 42 kg and China's 20 kg, which is very low compared to global standards. Initiatives are needed to convert the large unpacked commodities into processed and packed and well-presented commodities. There is a scope for innovation, entrepreneurship as well as logistical advancements," Director N C Saha said.

The set up in May 1966 by the Indian packaging and allied industry and Ministry of Commerce is organising 5th edition of the 'Indiapack 2013' exhibition in Mumbai between January 28-31.

It is expected to provide a unique platform for the packaging and allied industries to showcase the development of newer packaging materials.

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Indian packaging industry likely to touch $44 bn by 2016

The packaging industry was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 



The sales turnover of Indian is likely to touch $43.7 billion by 2016, according to (IIP).

"The total turnover of the in India at present is $27.6 billion and expected to grow to around $43.7 billion by 2016, whereas the global turnover is about $550 billion", said the (IIP) Chairman S K Ray.

He said the was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

There are roughly 22,000 packaging in the country--from raw material manufacturers to machinery suppliers to ancillary material and nearly 85 percent of them are MSMEs, Ray said.

"India's per capita consumption of packaging is only 4.3 kg per person per annum,  as against Germany's 42 kg and China's 20 kg, which is very low compared to global standards. Initiatives are needed to convert the large unpacked commodities into processed and packed and well-presented commodities. There is a scope for innovation, entrepreneurship as well as logistical advancements," Director N C Saha said.

The set up in May 1966 by the Indian packaging and allied industry and Ministry of Commerce is organising 5th edition of the 'Indiapack 2013' exhibition in Mumbai between January 28-31.

It is expected to provide a unique platform for the packaging and allied industries to showcase the development of newer packaging materials.

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Indian packaging industry likely to touch $44 bn by 2016

The packaging industry was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

The sales turnover of Indian packaging industry is likely to touch $43.7 billion by 2016, according to Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP).

The sales turnover of Indian is likely to touch $43.7 billion by 2016, according to (IIP).

"The total turnover of the in India at present is $27.6 billion and expected to grow to around $43.7 billion by 2016, whereas the global turnover is about $550 billion", said the (IIP) Chairman S K Ray.

He said the was growing at 12% per annum in India as against the global growth rate of 5%.

There are roughly 22,000 packaging in the country--from raw material manufacturers to machinery suppliers to ancillary material and nearly 85 percent of them are MSMEs, Ray said.

"India's per capita consumption of packaging is only 4.3 kg per person per annum,  as against Germany's 42 kg and China's 20 kg, which is very low compared to global standards. Initiatives are needed to convert the large unpacked commodities into processed and packed and well-presented commodities. There is a scope for innovation, entrepreneurship as well as logistical advancements," Director N C Saha said.

The set up in May 1966 by the Indian packaging and allied industry and Ministry of Commerce is organising 5th edition of the 'Indiapack 2013' exhibition in Mumbai between January 28-31.

It is expected to provide a unique platform for the packaging and allied industries to showcase the development of newer packaging materials.

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