The pioneer manufacturers of lamination film in China.

3. bopp film industry shows steady growth.

by:Top-In     2020-02-09
The continuous progress of technology has changed people\'s behavior.
In general, people now prefer things that are practical and efficient, including packaged products.
Ten years ago, Glass paper was still widely used in the packaging industry.
However, more and more flexible packaging manufacturers are now using BOPP Films (
2-way stretch polypropylene film)
Instead of glass paper.
The BOPP Film is not only cheaper than cellophane, but also features similar to cellophane, kraftpaper and aluminum foil.
BOPP film is widely used in the packaging of such products
Noodles, snacks, biscuits, etc.
About 55% of the domestic production of BOPP Films is consumed by the packaging industry for the production of packaging of such foods.
The cigarette industry accounts for about 16%.
Other industries contributing to the development of the BOPP Film industry include tape, photo albums and lamination.
Production has risen by 19.
With the growth of demand, Indonesia\'s BOPP Film production increased by 9% per year.
The past five years (1992-1996)
The average annual growth rate is 19.
9%, that is, from 21,700 tons in 1992 to 44,900 tons in 1996, the highest speed in 1995, that is, 23. 4%.
In 1995, the production of The bopp Film industry reached 38,200 tons, compared with that of the previous year. Table -
1 BOPP Film production in Indonesia, 1992-
1996 Source: Data Consulting Argha Karya\'s largest BOPP Film manufacturer according to data consulting, there are 5 BOPPfilm manufacturers currently operating in Indonesia, with a comprehensive production capacity of 100,500 tons.
Of the five companies, PT Argha karyadema is the largest (
52,000 tons/year).
The company operates two factories, one in Citeurup, a Bogor, West Java (
35,000 tons/year)
Another in Malaysia
17,000 tons/year).
PT Argha Karya Prima is also the largest BOPP filmmaker in Southeast Asia.
PT Argha Karya Prima began operations in 1982, initially producing only BOPP films with an annual production capacity of tons.
In 1992, the company diversified into PVC food grade films while acquiring PT Storex Bima Raya, PT ApindoPrima Karya and PT Fimeco Perkasa.
In addition to having a production unit to produce plastic film products downstream, PT Argha Karya primao also operates a Conversion Unit at the Tangerang plant in West Java.
PT Argha Karya Prima currently produces BOPP Films with 25 Brand names \"Arlene.
\"They are: 6 types of film, 4 types of sealable film, 5 PVdC coated film, 4 types of metalable film and 1 kind of mare film.
The thickness of the products produced by the company ranges from 12 microns to 50 microns.
In 1992, in order to strengthen the capital structure, PTArgha Karya Prima entered the capital market and sought lowcost funds.
PT Argha Karya Prima is affiliated to Napan Group and is currently owned by PT Nawa Panduta (31. 09%)
PT Gitanirwana Mandrasakti (12. 77%)
, Yingda PTArchipelago (11. 88%), PT Risjadson (8. 81%)
, PT Inti pinakuran masnughraha (7. 92%), the public (20%)
And some cooperatives and individuals.
The second largest BOPP filmmaker is PT Trias Sentosa (
24,000 tons/year)
It was publicly listed on 1989.
In addition to the BOPP Film, the company also has the capacity to produce 10,000 tons of BOPET film and 5,000 tons of PVdC film per year.
The company offers BOPPfilm products to its affiliates such as Goodan Garland and the free market.
PT Polydayaguna Perkasa can produce 8,500 tons of bopp film per year.
Since its operation began in 1989, the company has only produced BOPP Films.
PT Polydayaguna Perkasa produces at least five BOPPfilm using tri-Vietnam technologyg.
Common, metal and heated.
The company\'s factory is located in Ungaran, Central Java.
PT Polydayaguna Perkasa sells its BOPP Film products under the trade name Boplene/Prolene, currently by 11 individuals and many financial institutions such as the Asian Development Bank BapindoADB), and Uppindo.
Another BOPP filmmaker is PT Fatrapolindo Nusa Industry, which started operations in 1990.
The company produces 6,000 tons of BOPP Film annually.
PT Fatrapolindo, like PT Polydayaguna Perkasa, produces only BOPP film products.
PT Fatrapolindo combines process technologies such as Mitsubishi Japan and Polinas Turkey to produce 8 BOPP Film products with a thickness of between 12 and 70 microns, including heating (
Side/side)
There are metal, ordinary pearls, and ordinary film.
The company sells products under the brand Falene.
Under the Sanlin group, PT bySudwikatmono Fatrapolindo is co-owned, Djasmin, Djoni pranto, Boedyharto Angsono.
Meanwhile, in the medium term
1996, a New BOPP producer is in operation, the PT indopswaswasa industry owned by SalimGroup.
The factory of PT indopolykarsa industry is located in Karawang, West Java, producing 10,000 tons of BOPP film per year. Table -
SOURCE 1996: data consulting exports worth $46.
9 million the BOPP Film industry not only provides output to the domestic market, but also to the export market.
It exports the following types of bopp Films: from
Adhesive plate and film of plastic roll; self-
Morphology of propylene polymer;
And other sheet, film or plastic products.
In 1992, Indonesia exported 9,689 tons of BOPP Film, worth $20. 1 million.
As global demand continues to grow, exports of such products continue to increase over the next few years.
Reached 31,285 tons in 1996 (worth US$ 46. 9 million). Table -
3 export of Indonesian BOPP Film, 1992-
1996 Source: CBS/Data Consulting Indonesia, the most important market in Hong Kong, exports BOPP Films to many countries, of which Hong Kong is the most important.
For example, Indonesia exported 31,825 tons in 1996, of which 7,655 tons or 24 tons.
5% go to Hong Kong.
Another important buyer of BOPP Film in Indonesia is Australia.
In 1996, Australia imported 2,048 tons of BOPP Film worth $4.
4 million from Indonesia.
The Philippines and Singapore share eight responsibility.
Indonesia\'s BOPP Film exports totaled 1% of 1996.
In 1995, the United States was Indonesia\'s largest importer of BOPP Films.
In 1996, however, it fell to fifth place on the list of such importers, second only to Singapore. Table -
The monthly export of 1996 BOPP Film to Indonesia, from the National ofdestination Source: CBS/data consulting firm investors are interested in the fierce competition of BOPP Film, theinvestor interest in this industry is still quite high.
1996-period
In October 1997, BKPM approved a new project and an expansion project for the industry.
The new project belongs to PT Indian Thai film Polytama, ajoint-
Joint venture between PT Prinavin Prakarsa and its foreign partner thafilm Industries Public Co. Ltd. of Thailand.
Approval under foreign investment (PMA)
The project requires an investment of $32 million.
Located in Serang, West Java, the project produces 12,000 tons of BOPP Film annually.
It is planned to start operations in 1998.
At the same time, the expansion project belongs to the Sentosa PT Trias under the Gutang Garland Group.
Through this project, PT TriasSentosa will increase the annual production capacity of the BOPP Film by 16 thousand tons with the investment commitment of Rp 64. 5 billion. Table -
New and expanded BOPP Film industry in 1996October 1997 (*)
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