Friday, 23 October 2015
The world pioneer of flexible packaging Uflex sorts out different projects and gathering which are gone for illuminating and spreading awareness among individuals about flexible packaging. As of late, Uflex held a confrence which discussed Make in India and how this activity is a basic to the achievement of advancement .
Chief Managing Director of Uflex Mr. Ashok Chaturvedi delivered the keynote address at the Speciality Films and Flexible Packaging Global Conference 2015 on the 16th of September 2015 at Mumbai.
The Speciality Films and Flexible Packaging Global Conference is organized annually by ElitePlus Business Services and is one of the world’s largest and most prestigious conferences on Flexible Packaging. This year’s edition drew over 800 participants from 340 organizations spanning 25 countries and was an unparalleled success.
Mr. Chaturvedi’s address was titled “The Innovation Journey – Make in India” and featured the importance of innovation in Packaging to ensure the success of the Make in India initiative. He also addressed the role of innovation in countering brand theft, counterfeiting and look-alike products.
His session was a very interactive and all the attending employees actively participated. Peopple pooled in their ideas and feedbacks on how ‘Made in India’ can be incorporated and be used in the industry of flexible packaging. The unanimous conclusion of the session upheld that this national initiative is going t o reap heavy benefits for the packaging industry.
The Conference also featured opening remarks by Mr. Pradeep Tyle and Mr. Amit Ray, who were also members of the Core Committee for the Conference. They appreciated the initiative of Uflex in organizing such conferences which get people of the packaging industry together. This helps all of them to learn, grow and implement fresher ideas.
The Plastics Export Promotion Council 2013-14 gave Uflex Ltd. with the Export Award in the Metalized Polyester Film classification on 25th September 2015. The occasion concurred with the jubilee celebration of PLEXCONCIL. The sending out crew in the Indian Plastics Industry is spoken to by The Plastics Export Promotion Council; supported by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce, and Government of India. Uflex Ltd. has built up quality measures in the packaging business giving the most productive adaptable packaging arrangements over the world at the best value facilitates. After winning the recompense, Mr. Ashok Chaturvedi, CMD, Uflex gathering highlighted the organization's dedication and genuine endeavors to serve the best to its clients regarding creative packaging arrangements and plastic films.
The Export Awards are settled on the premise of the export returns documented by the individuals from the Council. The main two exporters are chosen among those filing returns for a specific item class. Chartered Accountant certificates corroborating and supporting the declared figures finally help the Jury to decide about the winners. Uflex ltd. is widely known and trusted name is the packaging industry and is the largest fully integrated Indian flexible packaging solution provider to a range of clients across industries both in India and overseas. Its market is expanded to more than 140 countries in the world.
Uflex ltd. has achieved considerable success with its state-of-the-art technologies and established benchmarks since its inception. Its excellence and durability quotient is acknowledged in the form of various awards and achievements like DuPont Silver Award 2015, India’s Top 500 Companies 2015 by D&B, The Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL) Awards and Asia’s Most Promising Brand 2013-14 by World Consulting & Research Corporation in the year 1983.
Thursday, 15 October 2015
The flexible packaging business sector giant Uflex is developing and differentiating which runs as an inseparable unit with the general development of the packaging industry. Uflex is a packaging brand which has first rate brands as its customer base. The organization is presently wanting to contribute Rs. 1,000 crore over the accompanying two years to grow its operations.
The company has plans on enhancing its capacity and adding more value to its flexible packaging product range spanning liquid and granular materials, as told by a top company official.
Uflex chairman and managing director Ashok Chaturvedi said during an interview that as part of their growth plans, the company has proposed to invest Rs.1,000 crore in the next two years to expand capacity and product range for packaging semi-liquids and liquid materials and powder and granular materials.
Uflex is based at Noida and works multinational with production plants in India, Dubai, Egypt, Mexico, Poland and the US and markets in 85 countries worldwide. Uflex makes polyester chips, plastic films, laminates, inks and adhesives for packaging liquid and solid goods.
Industry Council for Research and Packaging on the Environment (INCPEN) says that flexible packaging helps reduce food wastage to one percent from three percent by increasing its shelf life, especially of vegetables and dairy products.
The 32-year-old firm has plants at Noida in Uttar Pradesh near Delhi, Jammu and in Malanpur in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh and is now setting up an aseptic plant at Sanand in Gujarat to pack liquid products at Rs.550 crore in first phase.
Chaturvedi said that when they will be fully commissioned in phases over the next two-three years, the Sanand plant will employ about 3,000 people and 90 percent of its production will be to meet domestic demand.
Uflex has many big names as its customers which span across 140 countries of the world. These include P&G, PepsiCo, Tata Global, Mondelez, L' Oreal, Britannia, Haldiram, Amul, Kimberly Clark, Ferro Rocher, Perfetti, GSK, Nestle, Agrotech Foods, Coca Cola, Wrigley and Johnson & Johnson. The company has lately unveiled a range of inks, which are rub-scratch and crinkle resistance and offer good gloss and tape release.
Uflex has developed technology to reprocess mixed plastic waste arising from production process. The technology also reprocesses mixed plastic waste after customers refuse into articles for making durable plastic products.