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INDIA TECHNICAL ADVANTAGE MAKRAND APPALWAR C.E.O. EMMBI POLYARNS LIMITED Mumbai, India www.fibcindia.com India Advantage – Growth With Harmony.

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1 INDIA TECHNICAL ADVANTAGE MAKRAND APPALWAR C.E.O. EMMBI POLYARNS LIMITED Mumbai, India India Advantage – Growth With Harmony

2 In the 21 st Century the Greatest Concern of the world is Effective Environmental Management. I will be touching on various aspects relating to, India advantage to improve the Carbon Footprint on the mother earth. & Environmental Management A Possible Contribution of World FIBC fraternity 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam India Advantage – New Perspective

3 FIBC Process Flow Chart Quality Resin Extrusion Weaving Bag Assembly TestingLogistics To Extract the optimum results out of the FIBC India can offer many advantages in o Resin Quality & Availability. o Precision Extrusion. o Smart Weaving. o Expert Bag making. o Convenient Logistic Locations. India Advantage – FIBC a new approach 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

4 India demand supply indicate that enough PP capacity are being added to meet the projected demand. Over the years Raffia has shifted to Asia Raffia capacity 6.2 MMT Projected Raffia Capacity 8.1 MMT. India Advantage – Resin Availability 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

5 Quality Resins & Speciality Additives Specialty PP-FIBC grade with 2 MFI is being introduced UV Master batches - Food Grade and Industrial Non Food Grade Color Master batches - Heavy Metals Free Property Master batches - Food Grade Bags, Anti Fungal, Anti Bacterial, Anti Algae, Anti Rodents. Specialty Master batches - Anticorrosive, Anti Static, Conductive, Static Dissipative. India Advantage – Resin Availability (contd.) 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

6 Features of Typical Indian Extrusion line High output lines – Saving in labor cost Gravimetric Dosing Mixing Systems – Palette size in dependant polymer loading AC motors with vector control drives – reduced energy consumption Automatic Screen changers – continuity of operations Adiabatic Screw design – lower heat loss Static mixers – uniform horizontal film thickness Melt pumps – uniform linear film thickness Auto flex sheet die – denier uniformity Bi-metallic liners – low wear & tear India Advantage – Manufacturing - Extrusion 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

7 Features of Typical Indian Extrusion line Three mixing zones - homogenization Double flight barrier screw – low temperature processing Direct geared motors – uniform tape width Six station slitters – continuity of operation Beta gauging for thickness measurement – uniform film thickness Extended orientation unit – improved tenacity India Advantage – Manufacturing – Extrusion (contd.) 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

8 Multiple rollers - Low Weaving Losses Electronically controlled weaving alarms – warp and weft breakages for low wastage Composite Circular weaving - ventilated fabric with locking thread. Wide width circular wearing – upto 5.8 mtrs lay flat Ultrasonic cutting & welding – Geotextile salvaging India Advantage – Manufacturing – Smart Weaving Features of Typical Indian Weaving Machines 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

9 Composite Weaving Circular Ventilated Fabric.. India Advantage – Research & Development 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

10 Bag making Still highly non - automated and labor driven Process. Abundant availability of skilled manpower More than 400 Engineering colleges with 12,000 Engineering Graduates passing out per year 500 Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) with 15,000 trained technicians per year across the country Age old textile background gives an edge in the tailoring process of the FIBC “Clean Room” Facilities – for pharmaceutical and food grade application India Advantage – Manufacturing – Expert bag making 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

11 MFI Testing for Input of Raw Materials Spectrophotometers for exact color matching Online tenacity and elongation testing Computerized simulated weathering testing Destructive testing for performance parameters of FIBC testing rig India Advantage – Quality Assurance & Testing 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

12 Advant age to Stay Increase In the Working age population will keep the advantage alive for long period Largest English speaking workforce for ease of communication India Advantage – Human Resources 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

13 15 No of Major Container handling Sea Ports In India. 53 Shipping Lines operating to and from India. 83 Vessels Visiting on weekly Basis. For EU, America & Gulf. India Advantage – Logistics 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

14 Use ERP Software for the operations production planning, logistics for efficient manufacturing & marketing support system. Use of Design Software's for designing and costing resulting in the improved accuracy and faster turnaround time for queries. India Advantage – Information Technology 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

15 % Wise Cost Breakup of General FIBC India Advantage – Summarized cost of production 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

16 India Advantage – Global competitiveness Global Competitiveness of India 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

17 Protective Irrigation System using FIBC as “FLEXI TANK” FIBC Based Tank for the Auxiliary storage of water Application in, Agricultural Sector Disaster Hit Areas Construction Sites All the areas of Low cost liquid storage applications India Advantage – Development of new FIBC Application 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

18 “WORLD FIBCA” Objectives: Benchmarking and Uniform design norms for “Global Standards for FIBC”. Research & Development Laboratory for New application and operational improvement in “FIBC World”. Guide lines for “ Good Manufacturing Practices” to optimize the user satisfaction. Understanding of Across the Border Legal Issues. Buyer advisory Service. India Advantage – Think Ahead 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

19 GREEN FIBC. An example: Size : 100cm. x 100cm. x 100cm. SWL : 1000 KG, SF : 5:1 1.5 gm Polymer Used = 1 kg. Material Carried. or 1.5 gm Polymer Used = 1 Liter Volume. Weight of the FIBC : Upto 1500 gm. : GREEN Upto 1750 gm. : YELLOW Above 1750 gm. : RED India Advantage – Think Ahead 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

20 Polymer Usage Optimization in FIBC India Advantage – Energy Conservations Total world market of FIBC500 KT 10% saving in the Polymer used in FIBC by optimum utilization of polymer strength using advance manufacturing technologies would translates to 50 KT Crude Oil required of producing 50 KT PP –4.23 million barrels Energy required of producing 50 KT PP65 million units Energy required of producing FIBCs of 50 KT44 million units Reduction in fuel and shipping cost of 40ft containers 2500 no 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam

21 Thank You & Visit Incredible India!!! 5 th World FIBC International Congress 2008 Amsterdam India Advantage – Growth With Harmony


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