Friends &Colleagues , I am grateful to you all for the faith and support that you have shown in me. Last 3 years have been very difficult and unprecedented in our illustrious history of 57 years. While we have created a beautiful Organization which in turn has led to world renowned brands such as PLAST INDIA & INDPLAS. Many things that were relevant half a century ago may not be relevant today or may lead to confusion and discontent. Hence, first of all we need to look into these. We need to update and make suitable amendments in the Memorandum & Article of Association for better compliance to today’s laws and legislations. Next we also, must jointly set new rules and regulation as regards to updating member’s register & induction of new members, such that new membership rules are more fair and relevant to today’s Industries and thus enhances spread of IPF. We promise to make IPF more relevant to the plastic industry by focusing on services to our members through increased government interaction and policy intervention. We are going to join hands with our members & other interested bodies to understand the challenges faced by the Industries and take up their points with relevant government departments. We are also going to help the new entrants by ensuring ease of doing business, providing knowledge and support and a helping hand to the startups. We also need to help existing industries by promoting the image of plastics, hence removing the stigma from it and promoting consumption. We are going to work harder and more sincerely to lead our Organization into new horizon. We promise to our members that Indi ... 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