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The manufacture of rubber and plastic goods and other non-metallic mineral products dropped 7.
Despite this multi-month contraction in exports, new orders have expanded in all but one month since the beginning of 2017, suggesting that domestic demand for plastic goods has been able to offset the recent weakness in foreign orders.
The increase in production of plastic goods with promising demand from various application sectors is expected to drive the twin screw extruders demand over the forecast timeline.
Summary: The increase in production of plastic goods with promising demand from various application sectors is expected to drive the twin screw extruders demand over the forecast timeline.
First floor of the five story building where the fire broke out was used as a warehouse of plastic goods, cosmetics and perfume while the upper floors were used as living spaces.
Almas Hyder said that there is considerable demand in Sri Lanka for Pakistani products like light engineering goods, auto parts, industrial raw materials, surgical instruments and plastic goods etc.
Plastic goods involving bottles, caps, ploythene bags, balloons, wrappers, shoes and discarded fishing nets are made of toxic pollutants which has enormous potential to cause irreversible harm to environment, marine life and human population.
PHBV is widely used in the production of plastic goods, but because of its poor spinnability and high brittleness, it is rarely used in the textile industry.
TPHP, also known as TPP, is commonly used as a fire retardant in furniture and a hardener in plastic goods.
The Finance Ministry said, ''Total import bill on account of shipment of these items into the country last fiscal was Rs 86,000 crore." The other items on which the import duty has been raised include washing machines, speakers, radial car tyres, jewellery items, kitchen and tableware, certain plastic goods, and suitcases.
The business leaders will also explore markets for readymade garments, pharmaceuticals, jute and jute goods, cement, plastic goods and ceramic products in the African markets.
Was bringing cheap plastic goods to the village really making the residents' lives better?