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  • The Future of Plastics, Printing & Packaging
  • bringing to gether the entire value chain of
    Petrochemicals, Plastics, Packaging and Printing
  • Four industries under one roof
  • The best networking opportunities for exhibitors and visitors
    alike from across the world
  • The best networking opportunities for exhibitors and visitors
    alike from across the world

Unveiling P4 Expo INDIA 2016

With the largest grass roots petroleum refinery in the world and more capacity on the drawing board, as well as rising demand, we believe India is a natural candidate as an emerging hub for the P4 sector . To give our clients a head start in the race, we have taken the lead in organizing the country's largest p4 expo.

P4 Expo India offers the best platform for both domestic and international companies to showcase their expertise, products, technology innovations. Spread across several thousand sq. mt, P4 Expo will bring together the entire value chain of Petrochemical, Plastics, Packaging and Printing industries under one roof and throw open the best networking opportunities for exhibitors and visitors alike.

At P4 Expo India you can address the specific individual needs of your business with customized attention guaranteed to every participant. Visitor profile at includes policy makers, top CEOs and other decision makers, innovators and academicians.

P lastics

Growth in Automotive, Construction, Electronics, Healthcare, Housing & Construction, Textiles and FMCG is driving growth in plastics.

Plastics consumption in India is growing over 16% a year currently, whereas the growth in China is 10% and UK is 2.5%

Indian construction sector is growing over 20% and demand for PVC is skyrocketing. Only 50% of the demand is met locally.

India also has a high percentage of plastic recycling – 47%.

P etrochemicals

India is poised become the 3rd largest consumer of polymers in the world, after US & China as the demand for plastics will touch 20 million tones by end of 2015.

India is emerging as a major consumer with 14% annual growth, with turnover expected to touch USD 100 billion by 2020.

India has a vibrant petrochemical sector with a petroleum-refining capacity of over 194 MTPA and gas cracker complexes with downstream facility producing plastics and polymers.

Demand in the last 5 years has been led by growth in polymers, fiber intermediates, synthetic fiber and elastomers.

P rinting

Printing is driven by growth in print packaging and print publishing.

In volume terms, India is set to become the 5th largest market by 2018 with new opportunities emerging for overseas vendors.

Great growth opportunities for print products are clustered around revenues from print packaging and print publishing.

The market size of the package-printing sector is expected to make up 43% of total print product sales in 2017.

P ackaging

At an annual growth rate of 12%, India is set to become the 4th largest global market by 2016. Sales to top USD 43.7 billion.

Growth driven by urbanization, investment in housing and construction, and a booming healthcare sector The consumer market dominates the industry and accounts for an estimated 70% of the sales, while industrial applications account for the remaining 30%.

Emerging opportunities for investors in the industrial applications segment as manufacturing takes off. The Indian food processing market is one of the largest in the world in terms of production, consumption and growth prospects.