An international exhibition on the ever growing Indian hygiene & disposable products manufacturing and finished goods sector.

    Taking into cognizance that India’s per-capita income is estimated to have risen by 10%, i.e. to Rs10,534 a month during the financial year 2018-19. A rise in disposable income and low penetration level in rural areas offer a room for manifold opportunities in hygiene & disposable products manufacturing. What’s significant is the fact that the country with a 1.3 billion population, the sector of hygiene and related products industry has a great potential for growth. However, this sector is still in its nascent stage and needs enhancement in terms of product quality and technological excellence.

    This exhibition will serve in building new MSME sector to flourish and thrive well in India. Our aim is to bring to the fore the latest state-of-the-art technology, valuable insights and knowhow with first-rate quality finished products of international standards to showcase.

    Industry Overview

    With the advent of many new innovative products and a spurt in awareness about hygiene, the disposable and hygiene products sector in India has undergone a massive transformation. According to the estimates from Euromonitor, a market research company, the Indian tissue paper and hygiene product market, which has been consistently growing, will continue to grow significantly. The market size is projected to increase from Rs. 57.8 billion (USD 870 million) in 2017 to Rs. 100 billion (USD 1.5 billion) in 2020. Euromonitor points out that the strong demand comes mainly from the increasing income of countryside consumers and their pursuance of more comfortable and convenient lives.
    The continuous improvement of literacy rates, the enhancement of consumers’ safety and sanitary consciousness, and extended lifespan and improvements in conditions in rural areas have all created opportunities for expansion of the market for hygiene products.

    Food-Grade Paper to define the future of disposable packaging sector 


    According to 2018 estimates, the food packaging industry is India’s fifth largest sector with a worth of nearly USD 40 billion. By 2020, it is projected to reach more than USD 65 billion. With a per capita consumption of 24 kg per year, the Indian packaged food market is at a progressive stage.

    Due to rising incomes, urban lifestyle changes and modern retail trade, the food packaging market will expand distinctly. The growth of the food-grade disposable paper packaging segment is fuelled by factors such as high product adoption so as to replace non-biodegradable packing solutions. With increase in dialogue on sustainability and with more and more consumers being conscious about the environmental impact and the carbon footprint, the food-grade disposable paper packaging market shows immense potential for further growth.

    The aspects such as innovations in design, ease of printability, and sustainability gives food-grade disposable paper packaging a competitive advantage over plastic and metal packing solutions. In fact, India is one of the top five markets for packaged food in the world and it holds the second position in terms of scale in Asia.


    Diaper and Sanitary Products

    Tissue Conversion Industry

    Disposable Paper Products

    Food Grade Disposable Paper Packaging

    Concurrent Event: Mommy & Baby Fair 2020

    Hygiene & Disposable Products Expo will concurrently take place with Mommy & Baby Fair 2020 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Mommy & Baby Fair is the only B2B exhibition for mother, kids and baby products in North India. It provides global exhibitors with opportunities to enter into the highly growing Indian market and explore the unmet demands of the industry.