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You Should Consider Bioplastics

  • Fast growth in India and worldwide – it is replacing the $500 billion plastic sector
  • Opportunities in manufacturing as well as trading
  • Opportunities available for investments from Rs 5 lacs  Rs 50 crores
  • Vast and diverse end uses for bioplastics products

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About IBS

The India Bioplastics Summit 2017 is a 2-day conference & networking on the current and emerging business opportunities in bioplastics, and how entrepreneurs can benefit from these.

The conference will cover a wide range of topics including bioplastics & biopolymers, bio-based foodware and related products, sustainable packaging business opportunities and recycling opportunities.

Who should attend IBS?

The India Bioplastics Summit will be invaluable for

Entrepreneurs and businesses keen on investing in the bioplastics

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Corporates looking for sustainable alternatives to packaging and keen to know the options available

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End-users keen on reducing plastic use in their business

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Scientists, researchers academia working in the domains of bioplastics and sustainable packaging materials

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Partial List Of Delegates

1. Amazon – World’s #1 E-commerce firm
2. Amcor – world’s leading packaging company, with a focus on responsible and sustainable packaging
3. BASF – World’s largest chemical company
4. Big Basket – India’s leading online grocery store
5. Biocon – India’s leading biotech firm
6. Coca-Cola – World’s leading beverages company
7. Corbion (Total Corbion) – Corbion is a top 3 global firm in bioplastics, part of Total, world’s 4th largest energy company
8. Dow Chemicals – Global leader in specialty chemicals
9. Godrej – India’s leading business conglomerate
10. Haldirams – India’s leading foods and snacks company
11. Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru – India’s leading institute for science and engineering research
12. Indian Institutes of Technology, Madras & Guwahati – IITs are India’s premier engineering educational institutes
13. Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) – National apex body for India’s packaging industry
14. Indian Plastics Institute (IPI) – India’s leading resource for plastics technical information
15. ITC – Leading Indian business conglomerate
16. Jindal Polyfilms – India’s leading flexible packaging solutions firm
17. Madras Institute of Technology – a leading technical and engineering institute from Chennai
18. Natur-Tec – A leader in bio-based and compostable plastics
19. Pidilite – India’s #1 adhesives manufacturer
20. Reliance – India’s largest private sector firm
21. Shanta Biotechnics – India’s leading biotech firm
22. Shell – Europe’s largest energy firm and the world’s sixth largest company across all categories
23. Tata Chemicals – a leading Indian firm in chemicals and crop nutrition
24. UFlex – A leader in India’s packaging sector

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Why should you attend India Bioplastics Summit?

Owing to the high quality and diversity of experts present at the event, the India Bioplastics Summit provides exclusive benefits for the attendees:

    • Authentic market and business opportunity inputs on not just bioplastics but also opportunities in other bio-based products, already a large market
    • Rare insights on high-growth, attractive niche market segments in India within bioplastics and bio-based products
    • Expert interactions to assist in starting your own bio-based business
    • What’s working and what’s notBusiness tips from successful entrepreneurs in bioplastics and related bio-based products
    • Updates on latest technologies and innovations that will have tremendous business potential in the near future

Registration Fee - Rs.9500 (Inclusive of taxes)

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Experts @ India Bioplastics Summit 2017

IBS 2017 will bring together, for the first time, a comprehensive and diverse set of business, market and technical experts who are driving the growth of bio-plastics and and bio-based products in India.

  • Dr. Sachin H. Jain

    Founder and Director

    SKYi Innovations LLP Pvt ltd.

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  • Dakota Molding

    Dr. Sunder Balakrishnan

    General Manager

    Natur Tec India Pvt Ltd

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  • Mr. Nishant Singhal



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  • First State Bank

    Vinayaka Gangavathi

    Procurement Manager


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  • PVS Suhasan Reddy



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  • Abhishek Agarwal


    Pappco Greenware

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  • First State Bank

    Dr. Manmatha Mahato

    Product Head (R&D)

    Aakar Innovations Pvt. Ltd.

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  • First State Bank

    Wilma Rodrigues

    Founder and CEO

    Saahas Waste Mgnt Pvt Ltd

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  • First State Bank

    Pranay Kumar

    CEO & Founder

    Vasudhaecofriends Projects Ltd

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  • Karan K Jain



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  • Black Ace

    Ravichandran Kandaswamy


    MIT - Chennai

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  • First State Bank

    Parkavi Kumar

    Senior Consultant

    Energy Alternatives India

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  • Custom Aire

    N. Sriram

    Managing Trustee

    Samriddhi Foundation

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  • First State Bank

    Dr. Harsh D. Jadia

    Sr. Scientist & Head

    ERRL - Mumbai

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  • First State Bank

    Narasimhan Santhanam

    Founder & Director

    EAI - Chennai

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  • First State Bank

    Dr. Deepali Jadia

    Lab Manager

    ERRL - Mumbai

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  • Stefan Barot

    Senior Business Director – Bioplastics


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Schedule & Agenda

Bioplastics – A Great Business Opportunity

As of 2016, the plastic industry is worth $ 482 billion and the global production of plastics stood at 299 million tonnes. With the Plastics market growing, its disadvantages in sustainability and compostability are coming to light.

Bioplastics, with their low carbon footprint and their ability to degrade back to CO2 and water, are increasingly being recognized as valid substitutes for conventional plastics. The global bioplastics production capacity was 4.16 million tonnes as of 2016, which is just 1.7% of the global plastics market. This presents a huge business opportunity for entrepreneurs and businesses planning to enter the Bioplastics market.

The global bioplastics market, although currently less than 1%, is expected to have a double digit CAGR in the near future. The global production capacity of bioplastics is expected to increase up to 6 million tonnes by 2020 from 4.16 million tonnes in 2016.

By market segments, packaging (rigid and flexible) remains the leader of application for bioplastics with almost 39% of the total bioplastics market. The segment is expected to have a significant growth till 2021.

By region, Asia-Pacific is expected to witness a high growth as most of the currently planned projects are implemented in Thailand, India and China. It is expected that about 75% of bioplastics will be produced in Asia by 2020.

The Indian bioplastics market is in its nascent stages with very few domestic players prevalent in the country. While half of their production caters to local demand, the rest of it is exported.

It is expected that the industry could expand in the coming years as most of the currently planned projects are being implemented in Thailand, India and China. It is presumed that about 75% of bioplastics will be produced in Asia by 2020.


It should be noted that the bioplastics market in India could explode in the coming years owing to the drivers listed below:

    • Availability of feedstock
    • India, being a leader in organic farming products, has very high potential for bioplastics to play a role in packaging of these products
    • The need for certain end-use segments to project themselves as eco-friendly and for packagers to meet the requirements in the export-oriented market


Some of the challenges hindering the growth of Indian bioplastics market include

    • Very low consumer awareness
    • Lack of recycling infrastructure
    • Lack of proper implementation and regulation of laws by the government on plastic ban

Steps should be taken to meet these challenges and expand the bioplastics market in India.

It is important to note that many research institutes and organizations such as IIT Madras, CIPET, IIT Delhi, IISc, etc. are working on these challenging areas in the bioplastics market to expand the sector in India.

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Who Will be Presenting at the India Bioplastics Summit?

The summit is expected to have a large gathering of over 400 professionals, comprising key and diverse stakeholder segments. The following professionals will be sharing their expertise providing the insights and updates:

    • Indian & International Manufacturers of Bioplastics Resins, Intermediates and End Products
    • Prominent researchers and technical experts from the bioplastics and biopolymers domains
    • Prominent end usersof bioplastics and other bio-based materials
    • Experts from EAI’s bioplastics consulting team

Speaker & Expert Presenter Profiles

Technical professionals, industry experts and researchers from the following organizations and companies are expected at the event:

    • Global bioplastic suppliers such as BASF, DSM, NatureWorks
    • Most, if not all, the prominent Indian bioplastics suppliers from all regions of India
    • Promising Indian bioplastic startups – these will include small companies bootstrapped by the founders and startups with larger business group backings.
    • Innovative Indian startups making products in related eco-friendly categories - specifically bagasse-based foodware & cutlery, rice husk packaging solutions
    • Polymerization technology solution providers manufacturers such as Sulzer, Corbion, ThyssenKrupp
    • Leading Indian companies providing equipment and solutions for compounding and moulding of bioplastic resins for all types of moulded end products – extrusion, blow moulding, injection moulding and more.
    • Indian bioplastic product consumers from diverse sectors - retail, food & beverages, hospitality, e-commerce, travel, agriculture & farming, auto and more.
    • Researchers from leading institutes such as IISc, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi
    • National & International Technology, Certification & Standards Organizations such as CIPET, UL, TUV and more

Venue: The Chancery Hotel, Bengaluru

Schedule & Agenda


The fee per delegate for the 2 day event is Rs. 9500 (Inclusive of taxes)

Note: The fee includes coffee and lunch both days. It also includes a handbook on bioplastics prepared by EAI exclusively for this event.

Interested in registering for the event? Talk to Yogesh - 8197291578 or Send a note to ibsgreen2017@gmail.com

Speaker & Sponsor Requests

    • Are you a bioplastics industry professional wishing to contribute to this event by sharing your inputs with the delegates?
    • Select sponsorship options are available for this exclusive bioplastics summit. Sponsors will get significant pre- and post- event visibility for their products and solutions. Is your organization keen to be a sponsor for the India Bioplastics Summit?

Speaker and sponsor requests can be routed to Yogesh – 8197291578 or Send a note to ibsgreen2017@gmail.com

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