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- 1. A n At t e m pt To S t e p U p S a l e s By K P. Kapadia
- 2. BACKGROUND ON FIREWORKS Fireworks are a class of explosive pyrotechnic devices used for aesthetic, cultural, and religious purposes. A fireworks event (also called a fireworks show or pyrotechnics) is a display of the effects produced by firework devices. Fireworks competitions are also regularly held at a number of places. Fireworks take many forms to produce the four primary effects: noise, light, smoke and floating materials (confetti for example.) They may be designed to burn with flames and sparks of many colours, typically red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, silver and gold. Displays are common throughout the world and are the focal point of many cultural and religious celebrations. The earliest documentation of fireworks dates back to 7th century China, where they were invented. The fireworks were used to accompany many festivities. It is a part of the culture of China and had its origin there; eventually it spread to other cultures and societies. Important events and festivities such as the Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) and the Mid-Autumn Festival were and still are times when fireworks are guaranteed sights. China is the largest manufacturer and exporter of fireworks in the world. Fireworks are generally classified as to where they perform, either as a ground or aerial firework. In the latter case they may provide their own propulsion (skyrocket) or be shot into the air by a mortar (aerial shell). The most common feature of fireworks is a paper or pasteboard tube or casing filled with the combustible material, often pyrotechnic stars. A number of these tubes or cases are often combined so as to make, when kindled, a great variety of sparkling shapes, often variously coloured. The skyrocket is a common form of firework, although the first skyrockets were used in war. Such rocket technology has also been used for the delivery of mail by rocket and is used as propulsion for most model rockets. The aerial shell is the backbone of today's commercial aerial display. A smaller version for consumer use is known as the festival ball in the United States. There are also ground fireworks which, while less popular than aerial fireworks, can produce various shapes, like rotating circles, stars and 3D globes.
- 3. FIREWORKS COMPETITIONS Pyrotechnical competitions involving fireworks are held in many countries. One of then most prestigious fireworks competitions is the Montreal Fireworks Festival, an annual competition held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Another magnificent competition is the Festival d'art pyro technique de Cannes held in the summer annually at the Bay of Cannes in Cte d'Azur, France. The World Pyro Olympics is an annual competition among the top fireworks companies in the world. It is held in Manila, Philippines. The event is one of the largest and most intense international fireworks competitions. DIFC DaNang International Fireworks Competition is held yearly in DaNang, Vietnam. Liuyang International Fireworks Competition held in Liuyang City, Hunan Province, China. American Pyrotechnics Association Julie L. Heckman, Executive Director 301-906-8181// [email protected]
- 4. The Current Guinness World Records As Of 30 November 2014 Are: Largest Firework Display Of All Time Svea Fireworks and Sr-Tre officially set the new world record for the most fireworks ignited during a single coordinated display, on November 29, 2014, in the small town of Sgne, Norway Hailed as a "tribute to the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian constitution", the display incorporated 540,382 individual firework effects in a spectacular 90 minute show. Guinness World Record adjudicators were on hand to confirm the breaking of the previous record held by Dubai. Largest Catherine Wheel A self-propelled vertical firework wheel was designed by The Lily Fireworks Factory and fired for at least one revolution on the eve of the annual festival of Our Lady Of The Lilies] The Lily Fireworks Factory, Mqabba, Malta currently possesses this record, burning a Catherine Wheel with a diameter of 32.044 m (105 ft 1.6 in), on June 18, 2011. Longest Firework Waterfall The world's longest firework waterfall was the 'Niagara Falls', which measured 3,517.23 m (11,539 ft 6 in) when ignited on August 23, 2008 at the Ariake Seas Fireworks Festival, Fukuoka, Japan. Most Firework Rockets Launched In 30 Seconds The most firework rockets launched in 30 seconds is 125,801, organized by Pyroworks International Inc. (Philippines), in Cebu, Philippines, on May 8, 2010. Largest Firework Rocket The largest firework rocket weighed 13.40 kg (29.5 lb) and was produced and launched by Associao Nacional de Empresas de Produtos Explosivos (Portugal) at the 12th International Symposium on Fireworks in Oporto and Vila Nova de Gaia, portugal, on October 13, 2010. The picture depicts Dubai World Records
- 5. Enthusiasts in the United States have formed clubs which unite hobbyists and professionals. The groups provide safety instruction and organize meetings and private "shoots" at remote premises where members shoot commercial fireworks as well as fire pieces of their own manufacture. Clubs secure permission to fire items otherwise banned by state or local ordinances. Competitions are held among members and between clubs, demonstrating everything from single shells to elaborate displays choreographed to music. One of the oldest clubs is Cracker Jacks, Inc.,[organized in 1976 in the Eastern Seaboard region of the U.S. Pyrotechnics Guild International or PGI,[ founded in 1969, is an independent worldwide non profit organization of amateur and professional fireworks enthusiasts. It is notable for its large number of members, around 3,500 in total. The PGI exists solely to further the safe usage and enjoyment of both professional grade and consumer grade fireworks while both advancing the art and craft of pyrotechnics and preserving its historical aspects. Each August the PGI conducts its annual week-long convention, where some the world's biggest and best fireworks displays occur. Vendors, competitors, and club members come from around the USA and from various parts of the globe to enjoy the show and to help out at this all-volunteer event. Aside from the nightly firework shows, the competition is a highlight of the convention. This is a completely unique event where individual classes of hand-built fireworks are competitively judged, ranging from simple fireworks rockets to extremely large and complex aerial shells. Some of the biggest, best, most intricate fireworks displays in the United States take place during the convention week. Amateur and professional members can come to the convention to purchase fireworks, paper goods, novelty items, non-explosive chemical components and much more at the PGI trade show. Before the nightly fireworks displays and competitions, club members have a chance to enjoy open shooting of any and all legal consumer or professional grade fireworks, as well as testing and display of hand-built fireworks. The week ends with the Grand Public Display on Friday night, which gives the chosen display company a chance to strut their stuff in front of some of the world's biggest fireworks aficionados. The stakes are high and much planning is put into the show. In 1994 a shell of 36 inches (910 mm) in diameter was fired during the convention, more than twice as large as the largest shell usually seen in the USA, and shells as large as 24 inches (610 mm) are frequently fired. Western Pyrotechnic Association Because of enthusiasm for display fireworks west of the Rocky Mountains, The WPA was formed in 1989 in part because of the travel distances required to attend PGI events in the U.S. midwest. The organization sponsors two major firework events per year, almost always at Lake Havasu, Arizona Activities are similar (except sometimes in scale) to those at PGI conventions. Most members of the WPA are firework professionals, who claim it's essential to have a few opportunities per year to perform shows for amusement, as well as for other professionals. Many participants teach workshops (including manufacturing workshops) during these events as well. Olympics Fireworks play a major role during the ceremonies for the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. In the opening ceremonies, the fireworks will go off all across the stadium when a person declares the competition open. This also occurs when the cauldron is officially lit by an athlete at the end of the ceremony with the Olympic Torch In the closing ceremonies, the fireworks appear once again at the end when the flame is extinguished. Clubs
- 6. Dutch Fireworks Festivals In the Netherlands and former colonies, New Year's is a time to set off fireworks. Due to strict laws, sales and use of fireworks are only allowed for 3 days (if one of these days is a sunday, sales start one day earlier), so everyone must pack all of their fireworks into that period of time. Indian fireworks celebrations fireworks from India Fireworks over Pune in 2012 Indians throughout the world celebrate with fireworks as part of their popular "festival of lights" (Diwali) on new moon day (Amavasya) of Aswayuja month which generally falls in OctNov every year. Quieter varieties of fireworks are more popular for this festival as its a festival of light celebrated on the new moon night. It is the festival of Hindu religion. Japanese Fireworks Festivals During the summer in Japan, fireworks festivals ( hanabi taikai?) are held nearly every day someplace in the country, in total numbering more than 200 during August. The festivals consist of large fireworks shows, the largest of which use between 100,000 and 120,000 rounds (PL Art of Fireworks), and can attract more than 800,000 spectators. Street vendors set up stalls to sell various drinks and staple Japanese food (such as Yakisoba, Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki, kakigori (shaved ice), and traditionally held festival games, such as Kingyo-sukui, or Goldfish scooping. Even today, men and women attend these events wearing the traditional Yukata, summer Kimono, or Jinbei (men only), collecting in large social circles of family or friends to sit picnic-like, eating and drinking, while watching the show. The first fireworks festival in Japan was held in 1733. Maltese Fireworks Celebrations Malta International Fireworks Festival 2014. Fireworks have been used in Malta for hundreds of years. When the islands were ruled by the Order of St John, fireworks were used on special occasions such as the election of a new Grand Master, the appointment of a new Pope or the birth of a prince. Nowadays, fireworks are used in village feasts throughout the summer. The Malta International Fireworks Festival is also held annually. North Korea Firework Festival Fireworks have been used in Kaesong on Buddha's Birthday (April 8). Philippines Fireworks Celebrations. The World Pyro Olympics is an annual fireworks competition held in the Philippines which runs for five days. Every day, there would be two competitors from around the world who battle to set up the grandest possible fireworks display. The host of the event does not participate in the competition but performs a fireworks display on the last night. Awards, such as the People's Choice, are given out after the exhibition. The crowning of the World Pyro Olympics Champion ends the event. Worldwide Usage
- 7. Singapore Fireworks Celebrations The Singapore Fireworks Celebrations (previously the Singapore Fireworks Festival) is an annual event held in Singapore as part of its National Day celebrations. The festival features local and foreign teams which launch displays on different nights. While currently non-competitive in nature, the organizer has plans to introduce a competitive element in the future. The annual festival has grown in magnitude, from 4,000 rounds used in 2004, 6,000 in 2005, to over 9,100 in 2006. South Korean Fireworks Festivals Seoul International Firework Festival has been held since last 2000. It was held at the Han River on October 7, 2000 with 4 major country's participating for the first time. South Korea, United States, Japan, and China took part in this festival hoping to successfully hold the upcoming South Korea & Japan 2002 FIFA World Cup and for the harmony of Korean people. From 2000, the festival has been held in the same area, and not only the citizens of Seoul but includes other provinces. People from abroad also enjoy one of the most beautiful fireworks festival in the world. Swiss Fireworks Festivals Although the Swiss have a year round fireworks culture, the 1st of August (Swiss National Day) is the big time to set off fireworks. United Kingdom Fireworks Festivals One of the biggest occasions for fireworks in Great Britain is Guy Fawkes Night held each year on November 5, while the biggest in Northern Ireland takes place at Halloween. Guy Fawkes Night is a celebration of the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot on November 5, 1605, an attempt to kill King James I. There are many firework societies in the counties of East Sussex and West Sussex which were at one time a single county. The societies predate the county boundary changes and are still known collectively as Sussex Bonfire Societies. United States Fireworks Celebrations The New Year's Eve ball drop in New York City's Times Square, signalling the start of 2012 at midnight with a large-scale fireworks show. America's earliest settlers brought their enthusiasm for fireworks to the United States. Fireworks and black ash were used to celebrate important events long before the American Revolutionary War. The very first celebration of Independence Day was in 1777, six years before Americans knew whether the new nation would survive the war; fireworks were a part of all festivities. In 1789, George Washington's inauguration was also accompanied by a fireworks display. This early fascination with their noise and color continues today. On New Year's Eve, there are special fireworks shows to signal the arrival of the New Year at the stroke of midnight like the famous ball drop in New York City's Times Square.
- 8. In 1976, Macy's sponsored the annual Independence Day fireworks show from New York City and is televised live on NBC since its debut. Over three million people came to see the show in person, while the telecast on NBC attracted millions of viewers. The show takes place in the East River and the Hudson River. In 1999, Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, pioneered the commercial use of aerial fireworks launched with compressed air rather than gunpowder for the Epcot night time spectacular, IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth. The display shell explodes in the air using an electronic timer. The advantages of compressed air launch are a reduction in fumes, and much greater accuracy in height and timing. The Walt Disney Company is the largest consumer of fireworks in the world. In the United States, fireworks displays are a popular patriotic tradition on the Fourth of July, but almost all of the fireworks exploded in the US are hand-made in China. An American's invention to automate the process, patented in both the U.S. and China, has generated similar devices but no sales in China. Currently, the largest annual pyrotechnic display in North America is Thunder Over Louisville which kicks off the Kentucky Derby Festival. The second largest fireworks display in North America is Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Riverfest fireworks display. This incredible pyrotechnic display takes place over the Ohio river between the border of Ohio (Cincinnati) and Kentucky (Covington). It attracts over 500,000 people each year and over 2,500 viewers by boat. It is televised on WLWT and broadcast over the internet for millions of viewers. This annual event has taken place Labour Day weekend since 1977. Every year, on the 4th of July, Pyrotechnic Innovations has a live webcam that shows a crew setting up a professional fireworks display. It gives a behind the scenes look at what goes into a large display. One of the world's largest fireworks companies, Zambelli Fireworks, is based in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Subsequently, due to Zambelli's influence in the fireworks industry, New Castle is known as the "Fireworks Capital of America," a name the city government trademarked in 2006.
- 9. Scope & Current Sales Scenario Fireworks are a booming business and several factors indicate that they will be for many years to come. Between 1998 and 2009 annual fireworks industry revenues more than doubled according to the American Pyrotechnics Association. Last year's total take was $945 million, up from $940 million in 2008. Even a devastated economy could not slow the growth. All of which is good news for an industry that continues to innovate. With improving technology, such as the ability to lodge microchips on the actual shells, and advancements in chemistry, the brilliance of fireworks shows has improved apace. That's sure to attract corporate attention -- what better way, after all, to advertise a company than by blasting its name or logo some 2,400 feet into the air for thousands of people to see? Businesses are already recognizing the marketing potential in fireworks, primarily by sponsoring shows in towns that would otherwise cancel them. For example, in Dallas, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group recently stepped in to subsidize the Independence Day fireworks when the city could not afford them. The fireworks industry is positioned for explosive growth on both the consumer and commercial levels. While the shows this weekend will often be spectacular, it's easy to believe that next year they will only be better. for consumer fireworks, the fireworks- related injury rate has fallen by more than 90% from 38.3 injuries per 100,000 pounds of fireworks used in 1976, to 3.3 injuries per 100,000 pounds in 2008. One cant think of one other consumer product that has achieved such record-breaking growth, yet experienced such a sharp decline in injuries, If you think of fireworks in India, you automatically think of Sivakasi. It is truly the fireworks capital of India. Located in the southern part of India, it is the country's hottest region and has an average winter temperature of around 77 Fahrenheit and an average summertime temperature of approximately 100 Fahrenheit. The hot, dry climate makes it a wonderful location to produce fireworks, but the horrendous heat means we must take much greater care during production. Sivakasi is perhaps most famous for producing 1.3G display fireworks for India's festivals and special occasions. It also produces an abundance of consumer fireworks that are used throughout India as well. 90% of India's fireworksproduction occurs right here. If you add up all of the factories that are in north, east, south and west Sivaksi, your total would be more than 1000. Savakis's fireworks traditions, however, originated in China when fireworks were shipped here and small factories were established in 1923.
- 10. In India, unlike many other countries,fireworks are often used in a variety of religious ceremonies. During the eepavali Festival, for examplewhich translates to mean 'festival of lights' people from all age groups dispel the darkness and express their happiness by lighting earthen 'diyas' (lamps), shooting off fireworks, decorating their houses and by inviting friends and family to their homes for sumptuous feasts. Indian culture is rich with festivals like this one, and fireworks often play a predominant role in each celebration. Actually, consumers often times want more fireworks than are produced in Sivakasi, but the lack of technology, and India's stringent rules and regulations hamper production. RAW MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGY In India, there is no such thing as a research and development center or governmental entity assigned specifically to help aid and modernize the fireworks business. Therefore, most fireworks factories here still use fairly ancient techniques when making and drying fireworks. The problem at present is that the materials used in most fireworks continue to increase in cost and are rapidly becoming either difficult to find or are depleted. The factories that process the raw materials used in Sivakasi fireworks factories are finding it more and more difficult to meet the demand. Those factories that process the least available raw materials have enjoyed somewhat of a monopoly as of late. One important note about the raw materials we use: the larger companies check the raw materials we buy quite carefully in their laboratories to make certain they are selling quality chemicals that conform to India's high standards. FIREWORKS PRODUCTS In India, firecrackers are the mainstay of the fireworks business. Similar to Chinese celebrations, firecrackers in India have proven themselves to be the prime ingredient used in almost every celebration. Apart from that though, a rather unique firework produced here called a 'Jute Twine Bomb' is also a very popular. Jute Twine Bombs tend to make a very loud bang when set off, and are often used at the airport to scare birds away from departing flights. Apart from that, Sivakasi makes an extensive variety of artillery shells, cakes, fountains, wheels and small novelties. Obviously many factories make somewhat similar productslike firecrackers, for examplebut they often add star ratings to their packaging to help give them an edge in sales. It is funny here, there are almost as many names for firework products in Sivakasi as there are people. FUTURE OF THE FIREWORKS BUSINESS IN INDIA In India, the fireworks business is still very labor intensive and nonmechanized. How long inexpensive labor will continue to support the fireworks business is hard to guess. We are now competing with many other businesses in and around India who also want inexpensive labor to make their products. Possibly because of our hot climate, mechanization has been very slow in coming to the fireworks business here. But technology will eventually reach us, and new technologies will provide fireworks factories in Sivakasi with option they presently do not have. Personally, I feel fireworks in India have a very bright future. As we mechanize our processes, I think that India can be an equal contender in the world fireworks market.
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