Packaging Industry in India

  • ID: 515110
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • 61 Pages
  • Euromonitor International
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alcan’s Inc
  • Essel Propack Ltd
  • Indian Aluminium Co Ltd
  • Pearl Polymers Ltd
  • Rexam Plc
  • Shetron Ltd
  • MORE
Packaging continued to register a positive volume performance in India during 2016. Growth was driven by the recovering economy and falling inflation, with consumers able to buy more products. This in turn drove demand for packaging. In addition, various new packaging formats were launched during the year, although not all of these were successful as consumers remained price-conscious and continued to seek value for money.

The Packaging in India report offers insight into key trends and developments in the industry. The report also examines trends and prospect for various pack types and closures: metal packaging, rigid plastic, glass, liquid cartons, paper-based containers; flexible packaging.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

Why buy this report?
  • Get a detailed picture of the Packaging market;
  • Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;
  • Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;
  • Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alcan’s Inc
  • Essel Propack Ltd
  • Indian Aluminium Co Ltd
  • Pearl Polymers Ltd
  • Rexam Plc
  • Shetron Ltd
  • MORE
PACKAGING IN INDIA

List of Contents and Tables
  • Executive Summary
  • Ongoing Volume Growth for Packaging in 2016
  • the Use of Metal Tins Declines in Baby Food As Folding Cartons Comes To the Fore
  • Dynamic Growth for Liquid Cartons and Metal Beverage Cans in Soft Drinks
  • 1-litre Pet Bottles Emerge Strongly in Beer, Presenting Challenges To Glass Bottles
  • Convenience Spurs the Performance of Beauty and Personal Care Packaging
  • Little Change in Home Care Packaging As Players Focus on Offering Value Instead
  • Key Trends and Developments
  • Beauty and Personal Care Packaging Influenced by the Need for Convenience
  • Polarisation in Pack Sizes Remains the Major Trend in Food and Beverages Packaging
  • Rising Affluence Spurs Demand for Premium Packaging
  • Flexible Packaging Remains Dominant in Most Packaged Food Categories
  • Few Changes Are Seen in Home Care Packaging
  • Packaging Legislation
  • Legislations for Manufacture of Beauty and Personal Care Products in India
  • Strict Legislation Relating To Tobacco Packaging and Labelling
  • Food Scandal Prompts the Fssai To Review Labelling Guidelines for Packaged Food
  • Recycling and the Environment
  • Swachh Bharat (clean India) Initiative Taken by Government of India Helping Increase Awareness of Recycling
  • Eco-friendly Beauty and Personal Care Products Become More Prevalent
  • Rising Awareness of Recycling and Waste Segregation in Urban India
  • Packaging Design and Labelling
  • the Rise of Natural, Herbal and Ayurvedic Products Influences Packaging
  • Packaging Increasingly Used To Create A Premium Look in Beauty and Personal Care
  • Graphic Health Warning Images on Cigarette Packs Become Increasingly Grisly
  • Fssai Launches New Food Labelling Regulations
  • Bericap India Pvt Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 1 Bericap India Pvt Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 2 Major End-use Categories for Bericap India Pvt Ltd by Pack Type: 2016
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Essel Propack Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 3 Essel Propack Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Hindustan National Glass & Industries Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 4 Hindustan National Glass & Industries Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 5 Major End-use Categories for Hindustan National Glass & Industries Ltd by Pack Type: 2016
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Huhtamaki Ppl Ltd (india) in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 6 Huhtamaki Ppl Ltd (India): Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 7 Major End-Use Categories for Huhtamaki Ppl Ltd (India) by Pack Type: 2016
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Itc Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 8 ITC Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 9 Major End-use Categories for ITC Ltd by Pack Type: 2016
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Tetra Pak India Pvt Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 10 Tetra Pak India Pvt Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 11 Major End-use Categories for Tetra Pak India Pvt Ltd by Pack Type: 2016
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Uflex Ltd in Packaging Industry (india)
  • Strategic Direction
  • Key Facts
  • Summary 12 Uflex Ltd: Key Facts
  • Production
  • Summary 13 Major End-use Categories for Uflex Ltd by Pack Type: 2016
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alcan’s Inc
  • Essel Propack Ltd
  • Indian Aluminium Co Ltd
  • Pearl Polymers Ltd
  • Rexam Plc
  • Shetron Ltd
  • MORE
Plastic waste becomes the centre of India’s recycling efforts

All recycling in India is undertaken by informal operators, including rag pickers, intermediaries, transporters and re-processors, with rag pickers forming the backbone of the waste collection system. Waste collecting is a well-established urban-survival tactic in metropolitan cities in India. When it comes to plastic recycling, especially PET bottles, however, things are more formal and structured.

In 1999, the Indian Centre for Plastic in the Environment (ICPE) was set up to address various social, environmental and technical issues, with a specific emphasis on waste, and to offer technical and practical solutions. Alongside ICPE, the Indian government, together with the Municipal Corporation, are putting considerable efforts into making citizens aware of the importance of the proper disposal and collection of dry waste, with particular attention paid to plastic waste.

In 2003, the Recycled Plastics Manufacture and Usage (Amendments) rules further added that no person should manufacture carry bags or containers irrespective of their size/weight unless they have registered with the State Pollution Control Board/Pollution Control Committee.

Development of local production signifies strong growth potential in metal
It is expected that the Indian beverage market will continue to experience good growth over the forecast period. This presents attractive growth opportunities for packaging formats used in this market, particularly metal beverage cans, demand for which is driven by a fast growing young population and substantial middle-class expansion.
In response to this trend, packaging giant Rexam has announced its joint venture with Hindustan Tin Works and set up a plant near Mumbai to supply metal beverage cans to the promising Indian beverage market. It is believed that local production will make metal beverage cans more affordable and tap a huge potential market in the country.
Plastic remains fragmented as small scale operators avail of government incentives

The Indian plastic processing industry is highly fragmented, with players being classified according to their scales of operation. The government reserves the production of many plastic products for small-scale operators. The Small Scale Sector Industries reservation policy not only prevents larger sized firms from entering, but also stops smaller firms from growing.

These smaller firms circumvent the law by setting up more firms under their own ownership rather than by expanding themselves. As a result, larger organised companies in the Indian plastic processing industry face significant competition from the unorganised small-scale sector, where players enjoy duty incentives and power cost savings.
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- Alcan’s Inc
- Amd Metplast Pvt Ltd
- Beri-Essel Closures Pvt Ltd
- Essel Propack Ltd
- Flex Industries Ltd
- Hindustan National Glass & Industries Ltd
- Indian Aluminium Co Ltd
- ITC Ltd
- Pearl Polymers Ltd
- PIPL
- Rexam Plc
- Saint-Gobain
- Shetron Ltd
- Tetra Pak India Pvt Ltd
- The Tinplate Company of India Ltd
- Truepack Ltd
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