Dear friends & Colleagues, As per Vikram Samvat calendars the Saawan month has ended with “’Raksha  Bandhan’ after sizzling summer sun, with dark moisture – laden clouds and refreshing breeze all around and the air smells ‘clean’. Similarly GST in the economy of the country beginning the major changes with merits but few demerits. Nothing in this world is permanent except the ‘CHANGE’.  As Benjamin Franklin said “when you are finished changing, you are finished’. Everywhere & all around us everybody in the street, markets, bus, trains, metro, flights are talking about the new legislation ’GST’. In my opinion we must face and embrace change with a sprit of challenge & adventure. Tax evasion will reduce & investment might get boosted with credits available for goods & services. But the business will have to be registered in many states, the cost of services will be higher and most of the MSME & small entrepreneurs are not computer literate for this structure. They have to depend on the others for the entire process including return filling. However continuity gives us routes, changes gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights. Dear Members your federation along with .Plastindia foundation’ had taken the efforts to promote the Plastic Industry. Sri Harshvardhan Agarwal had attended the meeting for on behalf of federation at Shastri Bhavan. The meeting was chaired by Senior Economic Advisor, Mr. Mishra, of department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals. He had raised many relevant issues & key concern before GST Council. The meeting was concluded with the understan ... Read all
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Indian Plastics Federation (IPF) is regarded as a torch-bearer of plastics industry and trade. While going down the memory lane we respectfully remember the seven stalwarts of Plastics Industry – Late C. L. Gupta, Late G. Khemani, Late B. L. Pachisia, Late C. M. Srimal, Late R. G. Gupta, Late G. D. Damani and Shri G. N. Periwal and salute them for their vision, wisdom and far-sightedness for the establishment of IPF way back in 1958. During this long span of over five decades the Federation has been successful in its endeavour to be reckoned as one of the main forums of Plastics in India.

Indian Plastics Federation (IPF) was set up in 1958 with the objective of promoting the plastics industry in India and particularly in Eastern India. Regarded as a torch-bearer of plastics industry, its members include mega-projects like Reliance Industries Ltd., Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd