HDPE / PP Woven Fabric and Sacks with Lamination and Printing, Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Production Schedule, Working Capital Requirement, plant layout, process flow sheet, Cost of Project, Projected Balance Sheets, Profitability Ratios, Break Even Analysis
HDPE/PP Woven Fabrics, HDPE/PP Woven Sacks / Bags & Multicolor Printed BOPP Laminated PP Woven Sacks / Bags; these are used in various end applications like Grain & Pulses Bags, Foods & Spices Bags, Animal Food Bags, Fertilizers & Chemical Bags, Cement & Wall finish Bags, Powder & Granule Bags, Mineral Bags, Detergent Bags, Mehndi Bags, Nuts & Fruits Bags, Specialty Bag For Tea & Coffee, Outer Promotional Shopping Bags. These polypropylene (PP) woven fabrics are quality constructed to provide strong and economical packaging option for varied industry sectors.
HDPE PP Woven bags are the traditional bags in packaging industry due to their wide variety of usage, flexibility and strength. They are commonly used for packing fertilizers, feeds, grains, Barley, flour, salt, sugar, seeds, explosive, cement, coal, malt, rubbish and other lumpy and fine materials.
A few years back Flat looms were used for the manufacture of woven sacks. Now it has been manufactured on circular looms, which have high productivity. This helped in minimizing the cost of production; however due to high cost of jute bags & also due to resistance to chemicals. Moisture etc. most of industry prefer HDPE/PP woven sacks for packaging.
Woven fabric is a textile formed by weaving. It is produced on a loom, and made of many threads woven on a warp and a weft. The trend in the various sectors in the textile industry in many industrialized countries indicate that the use of conventional textiles has reached a static level and its manufacture has become highly competitive, often unviable and many companies are switching over to value-added technical textiles with capability to meet functional demands for precision applications. As use of technical textiles is dictated by need, its pricing normally offers good margins. There is a steady growth of both consumption and production of technical textiles throughout the world.
Indian woven sack industry has also been one of the fastest growing segments of the bulk packaging industry and has registered an annual compounded growth rate of 15% or more over the last decade.
There are a little over 30 Indian manufacturers and the present output of the Indian FIBC industry is estimated to be about 125,000 MT per year valued at some Rs. 1,350 crores. The maximum growth potential is seen in the FIBC, woven sacks exports, leno bags & wrapping fabric. Thus, as an entrepreneur this project offers an exciting opportunity to you.
Incremental demand for plastic woven sacks is estimated at 330,000 tonnes, based on estimates from the Food Corporation of India (FCI), the sole government agency for food grain procurement in the country.