Alok Masterbatches Pvt Ltd. introduced its latest range of non-toxic, biodegradable solutions and masterbatches, EnvoPlast, at Plastivision 2020.
Plastic Raw material export from India forms 80% of our total exports to Turkey with whom we share a healthy trade relation and export surplus.
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Alok Masterbatches Pvt Ltd (Alok) has been conferred the prestigious FICCI Chemicals & Petrochemicals Award, in the category ??ustainability for Excellence in Safety (Petrochemicals)??
Alok Masterbatches based in India has one of the largest portfolios with more than 5000 masterbatches, including a wide range of filler, color and black masterbatch solutions. At K, the company is exhibiting its entire range of commodity masterbatches, while emphasizing its its newly developed color masterbatch solutions for bio-polymers and anti-microbial solutions developed in partnership with Microban. Microban is a US-headquartered company that leads the industry in antimicrobial technology
Alok, India leading masterbatch producer, announced its partnership with Microban, the global leader in antimicrobial and odor control technologies, for developing antimicrobial solutions for the Indian plastics industry, at K Show 2019.
ALOK Masterbatches, India leading masterbatch producer, was conferred the coveted Golden Peacock Eco-Innovation Award for UVNox Mulch. UVNox Mulch is an indigenously developed additive solution that has made a proven contribution to India agriculture economy by increasing the efficiency of agricultural practices by farmers using mulch films.
Indiaplast 2019 is a new show for Alok Masterbatches. The company is pleasantly surprised with the number of visitors that are stopping by at its stand. Visitors are pouring in from all parts of the country at the show, which shows the massive potential of the industry. A lot of keen visitors have been coming to Alok?? stand enquiring about the solutions that the company offers.
The ET Polymers is a premium, bi-monthly publication targeted at the Polymers industry in India. Uniquely positioned to address the entire value chain, ET Polymers will reach out primarily to the downstream sectors (conversion into plastic articles) as well as to the upstream sectors (manufacturing of Polymers).
Indian Masterbatch Industry On the Global Map
Last Year packaging South Asia reported that ALOK made the first bio-degradable film in India in collaboration with US-based Willow Ridge Plastics.
One of the India's leading masterbatch innovators has sets it's sights on Europe for growth.
The masterbatch and pigment mixing lab at the Alok Technology Incubation Centre (ATIC) in Delhi-NCR.
With a view to drive innovation in the masterbatch industry and introduce novel products to the market, ALOK Masterbatches set up the ALOK Technology Incubation Centre in December 2015. It is equipped with a range of testing and research equipment to fine-tune and customize solutions for the packaging and allied industries.
Today the use of plastics in the automotive, household products, consumer durables, healthcare, packaging, industries, etc. cannot be ignored. The plastics industry is consciously looking at ways to improve sustainability with recycling and re-usage of products.
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To boost plastic exports from India and to reduce import dependence, industry stakeholders emphasized the need to expand manufacturing capacity of plastics industry across India. Domestic polymer consumption is expected to double by fiscal 2028 to 30 metric tonnes, according to industry estimates, which makes the expansion of manufacturing capacity more vital.
Plasticulture applications improve productivity and can help reduce dependence on unpredictable monsoons. It also allows a farmer to extract maximum benefit from the land in a sustainable manner
Manufacturing sector has played a major role in India economic growth history, contributing nearly 16.7 percent to the national GDP. Its importance is further evidenced by the Government ambitious Make in India initiative that aims to promote and incentivise local sourcing and manufacturing.
India, with its distinctive demographic dividend, enormous market potential and rising disposable income, is on its way to becoming a major economic force in the world. However, this would definitely be a formidable task and would call for proactive actions as the competition from its regional counterparts, especially countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan, is ever increasing. Over the past three-four decades, India has fared reasonably well in areas like information and technology, p
ALOK Masterbatches has made steady investments in developing future-ready R&D capabilities that enable it to make plastics safer, sustainable and affordable.
India masterbatch market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of over 11% during 2016-2025, on the back of growing demand from packaging and automotive industries in the country. Increasing penetration of masterbatch in industries such as packaging, agriculture, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, automotive, consumer goods, etc., is a major factor driving growth of India masterbatch market.
ALOK, India's leading masterbatch producer,was conferred the "National Award for Innovation" under the misistry of micro,small and medium enterprises on 18th October 2016.
Delhi Based ALOK Masterbatches has developed a light diffusing(LD) technology by adding a plastic filter in front of the LED fixture.
The leading manufacturer of masterbatches, ALOK is looking to step into the LED industry. The Delhi-based firm is aiming to make the LEDs safe to the eyes with its innovative light diffusing products.
The Delhi-based ALOK, one of the leading manufacturers of masterbatches (a key raw material for making plastic products), is eyeing to tap the growing light emitting diodes (LED) industry with its innovative products that help reduce the harmful effect of this energy-efficient lighting source on eyes.
ALOK (formerly, ALOK Masterbatches), one of the leading manufacturers of masterbatches (additive used to give colour or impart other properties to plastic products), has inaugurated a technology centre, ALOK Technology Incubation Centre (ATIC), in New Delhi.
When plastics come in close contact with humans, livestock, or raw foods, they can accumulate harmful germs that spread diseases and infections.
ALOK (formerly, ALOK Masterbatches) formally inaugurated its technology centre, officially referred to as ALOK Technology Incubation Centre. (ATIC) on 11th December 2015 in New Delhi.
Accounting for a combined world population of 36.3 per cent, India and China are literally two of the biggest competing nations today. Though the race against each other is close, China clearly has an edge.