Bent towards plastic reuse

ET Polymers|February - March 2020

Bent towards plastic reuse
Recycled plastic is being used for a number of applications given the industrys’ move to reduce, if not eschew, new plastic consumption...
Arpita Saxena

Given our social responsibility to reduce new plastic consumptions, reusing of plastics has gained prominence. Haitan Group of Companies has developed new type of extrusion lines, which can use a maximum recycled material without compromising on the quality of the product, says Sunildutt Chaudhari, Director, Haitian Huayuan India who joined the company in 1996, in an interaction with The Economic Times Polymers.

Brief us about your company.

Haitian Group of companies was started in 1981. At the outset, we were into the small oxygen lines and some ancillary equipment. Then, we introduced the sheet extrusion line, and I can proudly say we have more than 70 percent market share in the Indian industry for sheet extrusion.

We do a variety of prediction lines from where it takes up to 100-millimetre thickness.

We have sold more than 270280 lines, which are having almost 70-75 percent market share of the irrigation industry in the quality segment. Now, we are focusing on reducing scrap given the current need of Indians to cut down on scrap. The company introduced recycling machines and joined hands with Japan for technology. We started supplying the machines made in India and we were exported to Japan. Yeah. Now, they have allowed us to sell the same technology in India and the Pacific area. So, we are selling the similar technology machine this year.

How has the role of plastic extrusion and manufacturing evolved over the years?


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February - March 2020