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  SECTOR REPOR INTRODUCTION: Plastic industry in India is ver firms operating in different grown dramatically over the l the things around us and is no INDIAN PLATICS INDUS The Indian plastics industry c per cent to 90 per cent are sm that the smaller firms enjoy s different segments according BOPP film, BOPET film, ca product of different compan cosmetic packaging, storage s The per capita consumption o and is moving towards 2.5 ti processing industry is expecte the expected growth of the de The number of processing uni which will in-turn also increas This report focuses and profil involves the conversion of p highly fragmented and consist KEY GROWTH FACTOR Fast growing economy, India households resulting in smal increasing awareness towards GOOD COMPANIES: : PLASTICS heterogeneous and is characterized b egments of the plastics industry. Pl st few years as plastics have come to the most used material in the world. RY: mprises more than 30,000 processin ll and medium enterprises (SMEs). O ignificant tax advantages. The indust o the type of products it produces wh t PP films and film fiber, and PVC   ies includes lifestyle furniture, lugg ructures, wires and cables, automotive f plastic products in India is growing es the GDP growth. The overall turn d to reach Rs. 100,000 Cr in the year mand potential to 12.50 MMT from t ts are also expected to increase to 40, e the employment potential of the sect s the downstream segment of the pla lymers into plastic articles. This par s of micro, small and medium units. : emerging as a manufacturing hub, s er packs, rural marketing pushing d branded well packaged products y a large number of astics industry has orm a large part of units, of which 85 e reason for this is y is classified into ch are: PVC pipes, ilms. The finished age, beverage and components etc. at a very fast pace over of the plastics 012 on the basis of e current 9 MMT. 000, a 33% growth r. tics industry which of the industry is maller and nuclear emand for sachets,  (Price information as on 27-0 The leaders Current Price P Supreme Industries(June FY) 192.20 1 Sintex Industries 79.40 Good valuations Current Price PE Time Technoplast 47.90 1 Wimplast 198.70 5  Other good names Current Price PE Astral Polytechnik 185 1Jain Irrigation 100.55 1  PORTER’S FIVE FORCES -12) : PB: Avg. EPS Growth(3 year-%): PEG( 2011): 2.79 4.33 26.68 13.1.25 0.93 -2.93 - : PB: Avg. EPS Growth(3 year-%): PEG( 2011): .04 1.61 -13.86 - .63 1.20 93.91 0.06 : PB: Avg. EPS Growth(3 year-%): PEG( 2011): .41 2.49 13.53 0.67 .42 2.33 7.69 3.03 ANALYSIS: ar MCap(Cr): 2441 2168 ar MCap(Cr): 1006 119 ar MCap(Cr): 415 4074  ã   Threat of new competi unorganized players, pro leaders maintain their l establish themselves, alt advantages.   ã   Threat of substitutes: I have established itself a alternates like glass, woo ã   Bargaining power of cu companies in the industr have with large compan infrastructure.   ã   Bargaining power of manufacturers are the plimited in number, hence ã   Existing competition: D plastic industry, the indus FUTURE OUTLOOK: The per capita consumptio about 5kgs compared to However, given the incr dependent sectors like FM industry has great potentia population and consumptio According to a CRISIL R MMT by 2012 end and there is a large opportunity forward, needs to consolid Various segments of the industries. For example, pl ion: Although the industry consists uct differentiation along with R&D a ad. Thus, the smaller firms might ough they can do well at the regional is low   since plastic products are ve s the preferred choice for various p , etc.  tomers: This is moderate to high due and large size of contracts which th ies in different industries like FMC suppliers: This is moderate to hrimary suppliers for the plastic ind the large bargaining power of suppliere to large number of small and mediu try has a high amount of competition.   of plastic in India is amongst the lo the average global per capita cons asingly driven demand of plastics G, packaging, infrastructure, consum to grow in the next few years. This n port, the world trade in plastics is ex ith India’s share at just 1.5% in wor for the Indian industry. The Indian plte and enhance capacity and improve industry are going to be driven b mbing material and wires and cables f large number of ilities can help the find it difficult to level aided by tax ry easy to use and   urposes over other to large number of e plastic producers G, electronics and igh. The polymer stry and they are s.   m scale units in the est in the world at mption of 26kgs. rom various other er durables, etc. the will be led by high ected to reach 140 ld export volumes, stic industry, going roductivity. y different related ill derive their  demand from expanding r BOPET films will derive t eal estate and construction companie eir demand from FMCG and consume s while BOPP and r durables sectors.
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