MAY, 5 – 7, 2017                                    TATMADAW  HALL                                   YANGON | MYANMAR

Plastics Myanmar 3rd Edition – 2017

Myanmar has initiated a reform strategy that supports rapid economic and Industrial development while ensuring its stability, efficiency, and accessibility. Myanmar’s historic move to a market economy is also very timely as it Is happening against the backdrop of ASEAN integration towards economic community In 2016.

Plastics Myanmar 3rd Edition was held in July 2016, at TATMADAW HALL, Yangon – it was a humble beginning with 60+ exhibitors participating, Co-Organised by Myanmar Plastics Industry Association (MPIA) and Supported by Myanmar Industry Association (MIA).

PLASTICS INDUSTRY – A Snapshot & Opportunities
Population53 Million
Polymer Consumption 12-132,65,000 Metric tonnes/annum
No. of Plastics Processing Units1,200
Domestic Manufacture of Raw MaterialsNil
Import of Raw MaterialsFull quantity
Domestic Manufacturers of Processing MachinesNil
Dependence on Imported Processing MachineryComplete
Projected Growth Rate25%

The Plastics Industry in Myanmar is all set to grow. From the present level of 265,000 MTs per annum, the plastics processing industry is expected to register faster growth. 15-20% is the forecast and the reality may be even more. In less than 5 years this industry will process close to 500,000 MTs per annum. The number of processors will also double in this sunrise sector. MPIA is an apex body of the industry in Myanmar representing 1000 Plastic processing units in the country and supporting the growth of the Industry.

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