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STATUS OF FIBC INDUSTRY IN

INDIA
A presentation by

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G S ANIL KUMAR, PRESIDENT IFIBCA

THURSDAY 08TH APRIL 2010

ABOUT IFIBCA

Indian Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container


Association (IFIBCA) was started in the year
2002
IFIBCA has its office managed by the PHD
Chamber of Commerce at Delhi
IFIBCA currently has 22 members who are all
manufacturers spread across the country
IFIBCAs role is to promote the usage of
FIBCs in India and act as a catapult to
promote FIBCs across the globe

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ABOUT IFIBCA

IFIBCA takes up matters of common interest


to members on various legislations, trade
requirements.
The combined turnover of this member group
is about Rs.2000 crores

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SUBJECTS COVERED

PACKAGING NEED FOR BULK


PACKAGING
FACTORS THAT DETERMINE SELECTION
OF FIBC
FIBC TYPES
PROCESS
STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS
MARKET INDIA VIS--VIS THE WORLD
POTENTIAL MARKETS

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PACKAGING SIZES

Small Packages 1 kg to 50 kg
Intermediate Packages 51 to 250
Bulk Packaging - > 250 Kgs
Full Container w/o without container liner.
Packaging medium transition and scale

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WHY BULK PACKAGING ?

Changing Global Scenario


Multifold increase in capacity
Forward and Backward integration Ready mix concrete
Man power shortage and ease of handling
Cost Effectiveness
Environmental advantage pollution free
Closed loop operation no contact with material in
process.
Increased Productivity
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BASIC QUALITY PARAMETER OF BULK PACKAGING

Aesthetics

Non Toxic / Contamination free

Strength to with stand transportation

Provide Shelf Life

Easy Filling / Discharge Facility

Minimum bulging for better storage planning

Full fill the SAFETY norm as per standard .

Fulfill the required volume storage

Dimension stability and Stackability

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KINDS OF MATERIAL TRANSPORTED IN FIBCs

Free flowing powders, granules etc.,

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Factors that determine the selection of


FIBC

Bulk Density of the product

Dangerous and Non dangerous goods

Flow characteristics of the product

Particle size and shape lamination, liner sift proof

Compatible with the material used for construction of


fibc pvc chemical reaction

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Factors that determine the selection of


fibc contd..

Is it a food contact application

Filling temperature of the product

Method of filling, storage, handling

Number of trips that it is used single trip, multi trip

Environmental consideration recycling

Hazardous Material

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Jumbo bag / FIBC various options

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TYPES OF FIBCS

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Jumbo Bag - baffle

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Conductive Bag

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Dissipative Bag

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Form fit liner designed to hold shape

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PROCESS FLOW CHART


Raw Material

8 Shuttle

Tape Plant

4-Shuttle

6 Shuttle

Raw Material

Narrow Loom

Twisting

Lamination

Braiding

Cutting

Printing

Raw Material

Liner Plant

Component Making

Stitching

Insertion of Liner &


Bag Folding

Baling

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Primary Process of making FIBC

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Conversion of fabric to Bag

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Various test equipment needed for fibc

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International Standards for FIBCs

EN 1898
JIS Z 1651
AS 3668
ISO 21898 : 2004
ISI 14738
IEC 61340-4-4:2005 for Electrostatic applications

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Testing requirement of fibcs

Cyclic top lift


Load to failure
Stacking
Drop
Tear propogation
Righting
Toppling

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UN Certified Bags
It is the responsibility of the person offering a hazardous
material for transportation to ensure that such packaging
are compatible with their lading
Corrosive
Permeability
Softening
Premature aging
Embrittlement
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Certifications by Indian FIBC Producers

American Institute of Baking (AIB)


British Retail Consortium (BRC)
ISO 9001
ISO 14000
ISO 22000

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Indian FIBC in the Global Centrestage

Indian FIBC Industry is the third largest producer in


the world
Indian producers are supplying to virtually every
country across the globe
While the primary mode of selling overseas is
through resellers, direct supply to end users is
increasing.
Indian companies are now participating in worldwide
bids for supply across continents.

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Potential Markets

As Jumbo bags gains prominence in the existing markets in India, there


is a lot of effort already being made to penetrate new markets which
have huge potential in the future. High Potential Markets

Cement: Infrastructure is growing at a phenomenal rate in India and


Cement being the basic raw material offers a huge potential as more
and more manufacturers start to adapt bulk transportation that will
facilitate cost savings, practical advantages as a result of lesser unit
cost of packing and substantial reduction in wastage.

Food: Several food and related products are being packed and
transported in Jumbo Bags. These include Organic and Regular Rice
exported in Jumbo Bags. Other significant developments are Sugar,
Cashew, Coffee, Gelatin, which are also exported in Jumbo Bags, and
has potential to reach huge volumes.

Alumina: The Country is today producing surplus alumina, which is


being exported. This trend is likely to continue with the establishment of
green field export oriented alumina refineries.

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FIBC consumption in the Packaging


Universe

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Manufacturers and capacity About 50

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Current Indian Market Size

Source: PP/HDPEWovenSackNews,CompanyData.
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World wise consumption and production


data

Source:Freedonia,PP/HDPEWovenSackNews,CompanyData.

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India is one of the top 3 Countries in


Manufacture of FIBCs.

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What Should the Customer Look For

Quality Good and not so good


Delivery
Service
Infrastructure Quality systems and test
facilities ?
Price While Price is always an important
factor, customer should be conscious about
his choice of supplier and his ability to meet
the safety standards.

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CHALLENGES OF INDIAN FIBC


INDUSTRY

Infrastructure
Port and other facilities to handle inbound and out bound cargo
Internal transportation more road dependent, poor rail cargo
facilities
Power
Severe shortage in most of the states
Labour
Development in all areas increasing demand for labour and
labour shortage
Finance
Cost of finance @ 10-12%

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THANK YOU

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