The Indian Industry, especially the automotive sector, which is an enormous user of bulk materials, would like a halfway house of reasonably long-lived materials that degrade back into the environment when they are no longer needed. Reinforced plastics based on natural, mainly plant-derived substances show promise of providing this and may turn out to be one of the material revolutions of this century. The automotive industry is in the driving seat of ‘green’ composites because it is here that the need is greatest. Faced with pressures to produce fuel-efficient, low-polluting vehicles, the industry has used fibre reinforced plastic composites to make its products lighter. Therefore we need to have more innovations in use of plastics. Use of thermoplastics offers some relief, as these resins can be thermally recycled to produce new products.
The development and use of engineering plastic and the application of plastic in automobile industry will play a crucial role in extending the scope of plastic from being used in the interior components to being used in the manufacture of the, car-body or structural components of the automobile.
To meet ever-increasing safety ideals, plastics will grow to become the primary material used in automotive engineering, helping to provide both driver and passenger safety. We have the high-performance automotive polymers you need for virtually unstoppable performance in a variety of systems including heating and cooling, air induction, fuel, electrical, electronics, and more.
In the context with all these factors we need to have a platform to promote the communications between the vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, auto parts manufactures, IT, plastics manufacturers and the researchers from R&D institutions and industry associations to discuss the largest potential market in the world, as well as how to improve the technologies, decrease the costs and adopt new materials so as to comply with the requirements on light weight, environment protection and energy-saving.
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