The increasing demand in India and the rest of the Asia-pacific region for high-quality uPVC windows and door systems along with its great success encourages the German uPVC profile supplier to further advance into the Indian market.
When looking at the uPVC market prospects, research agencies share one opinion: they will be growing during the coming years and especially so in Asia with India and China as the key drivers. And there is no doubt there are good arguments supporting this view. There has been an increasing effort to promote and support environment friendly and recyclable profiles in all parts of the world. A shift in consumers’ and governments’ minds alike towards long lasting, energy efficient windows and door systems that fulfil today’s increased demand for a higher quality of living is going on and uPVC profiles in combination with modern insulating glasses can support exactly those needs and provide a perfect alternative to traditional materials at an operational cost. In India, in particular the residential sector is said to witness significant growth due to the governments’ vision of developing more smart cities. This further supports the growth of awareness of energy conservation and health benefits of uPVC systems over wooden or aluminium ones. The list of benefits of uPVC is long and includes economical gains through low maintenance paired with a significantly higher life span and lower material costs, as well as ecological ones as the material is easily recyclable. It offers great sound protection the importance of sound insulation and sealing against dust and polluted air and serves against harsh environmental conditions, like monsoon rains or extreme heat, issues of that people in growing cities and evolving communities become more aware. With all these benefits of uPVC and the rising awareness of consumers it is not at all surprising that the Indian market is one of the fastest growing in the world. Keeping the importance of the Indian market in mind aluplast is steadily intensifying its presence in India. One of the major milestones was inaugurating Aluplast’s extrusion plant in Vadodara, Gujarat, where profiles are being extruded usingAluplast’s tropical uPVC compound that was developed to withstand south east Asian climatic conditions. The production facilities and processes all meet the German standards and are cautiously monitored. This way aluplast provides customers with the high quality products and services that it stands for all over the world. Aluplast has 24 extrusion plants and sales offices all over the world and offers a wide product portfolio to support customized requirement. As innovation is one of the main pillars of aluplast’s worldwide success, it is their definite plan to continue to invest in pioneering research and launch new products and designs to ensure the customers’ and end consumers’ trust in this highly innovative brand and further position itself in the Indian market as a reliable partner. “Aluplast plans to bring more innovation to the market which will help it position itself as a leader in its own right. Also, Aluplast emphasizes to increase its presence in Asia by exporting from its Indian subsidiary.” asserts Mr. Arun Sharma, Managing Director India.
About the Company
aluplast GmbH is one of the leading system providers of PVC windows, doors, roller shutters and controlled domestic ventilation systems. The family-owned company headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany, was founded in 1982 by Manfred J. Seitz. Today, aluplast® has 24 production sites and sales offices all over the world. With its wide product portfolio, the company offers almost any possible window construction and variation. The company’s success is based above all on its market proximity, always resulting in pioneering innovations