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  1. Composites Sector Presentation (2013)

  2. Contents • Composites in India – An Introduction • Incentives offered under TMTT • Centre of Excellence for Composites • Standardisation in Composites • Key Players in the Industry • Key Contact Points

  3. 1. Composites in India – An Introduction Composite Sector’s growth story in India • A combination of two or more materials differing in form or composition on a macroscale. • Composites industry started in India in 1962. • During last three decades, more than 1200 small-scale industries have been established in the country. More than 98% of them use hand lay-up technique for composite fabrication. Improvements in volume growth only started in early 2000 as a result of the globalization of the Indian economy. • Current production of composites is 320,000 Tonnes growing at about 10% per annum. • The composites was identified as a potential material for its application in the Indian Railways in early 80s for many passenger coach components such as louvre & glass shutters, window sill & frame, trays for battery boxes, roof ceiling, flooring etc. The railways were aiming towards complete elimination of timber & plywood usage in the coaches.  The present consumption of composite materials has been estimated at about 8,000 tons in Indian Railways with annual growth rate of 20%. • Current offshore structural applications of composites include low-pressure pipe, gratings, handrails, equipment covers or enclosures and ladders.  Because of lightweight, corrosion resistance, improved life-cycle costs and enhanced safety, composite can capture 50% of this market in the oil & gas sector in the next 5-6 years. • The use of composites for boat building applications started in early 1970s for replacing wood because of certain advantages such as corrosion resistance, ease of fabrication, improved performance and low cost. The marine market for composites stood around 1000 tons per annum as on 2006 and this is expected to grow at 3000 tons by 2010, with applications in leisure boats, houseboats, speedboats etc.

  4. Factors Responsible for Growth and Development of Composites in India

  5. Industry-wise Consumption of Composites (000 Tons) Source: Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council, Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

  6. Industry-wise Consumption of Composites (%) Source: Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council, Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

  7. Composites in India • There is a huge potential for use of composite in Indian automobile industry especially for catering to the transportation needs of growing middle class population. There would be a good market for hoods, cabs, frames, and cargo containers that could be used as part of these locally built vehicles. The business opportunities for Indian composites industry also include air intake manifold, composite fishing trawlers, refrigerated freight containers, pressure vessel for gas, motor driven carts, storage light houses, boats for Tuna fishing, thermoformed components for automotive applications, walkways & piles for building foundation, RCC casting shutters leaf spring, air intake manifold etc.

  8. 2. Incentives offered under TMTT • Launched in December 2010, Technology Mission on Technical Textiles encourages domestic & export market development of technical textiles including industrial textiles. • Business start-up assistance • Handholding support to new entrepreneurs through empanelled consultants • Empanelled consultant will help MSME in product selection, market selection, technology selection & sourcing and preparation of project report • Financial Assistance – 2% - 3% of the project cost with an upper ceiling at Rs. 5 lakhs – Rs. 6 lakhs • Contract research assistance • Encourages contract research in development of product, process and technology in technical textiles including industrial textiles. • Financial Assistance – 60% of the research cost upto Rs. 20 lakhs • Market development assistance for export sales • Encourages participation in exhibition, trade fairs, etc. in foreign countries • Financial assistance – 50% of the cost upto Rs. 5 lakh per visit. • For further details, please visit – http://technotex.gov.in/tmttsub.htm

  9. 3. Centre of Excellence for Composites • Ministry of Textile has sponsored a Centre of Excellence for Composites at Ahmedabad Textile Industry Research Association (ATIRA), Ahmedabad

  10. 4. Standardisation in Composites • Ministry of Textile alongwith the COE for ATIRA and BIS is encouraging the development of standards in Composites. • List of standards that are currently under development in Composites are:

  11. 6. Key Players in Industry

  12. 7. Key Contact Points • Office of Textile Commissioner Email: tmtt.coe@gmail.com Ph: 91-22-22001050 • Project Management and Monitoring Consultant (PMMC) to TMTT Email: hemant.chaudhary@in.ey.com or vikas.nigam@wazir.in Ph: +91-9999987174 (Hemant) or +91-9769825350 (Vikas) • Centre of Excellence in Composites Email:atiraad1@sancharnet.in; composites@atira.in Phone : (079) 26307921, 26307922, 26307923 : Extension : 350 26305131, 26305132, 26303363 • Indian Technical Textile Association Email: info@ittaindia.org Ph: 91-22-24945372 / 24949983

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