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Tissue & Paper Products, All Benchmarked to Competition

Tissue & Paper Products, All Benchmarked to Competition

Standing at 55,000 tpa of tissue production capacity, Orient Paper Mills is one of the largest tissue producers in India, exporting to countries like UAE, Philippines, Srilanka, Australia, etc. Orient Paper Mills, one of the oldest paper producers, is a mainstay... (Continue reading)

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Import of Wood Chips to Offset the Extra Need Generated by Expansion

Import of Wood Chips to Offset the Extra Need Generated by Expansion

The West Coast Paper Mill has successfully completed over three years of importing chips with around forty shipments till date by setting up a sound ecosystem of infrastructure and manpower, dedicated only to import, handling and transportation of chips. Paper... (Continue reading)

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ITC-PSPD: Combating Fiber Deficiency the Cost-Competitive Way

ITC-PSPD: Combating Fiber Deficiency the Cost-Competitive Way

India is deficient in overall fiber availability, not to say wood-based fiber; the way forward is to layout carefully a long-term wood-fiber strategy with a serious focus on indigenous social-farm-forestry, cutting down the need of importing fiber permanently. The Indian pulp... (Continue reading)

Paper Industry, by nat ure, is Relatively Stable and Community Oriented

Paper Industry, by nat ure, is Relatively Stable and Community Oriented

Acquisition of overseas plantations, setting a pulp mill outside, continued experiments in agro-social-farm forestry, and even selling imported coated paper under its brand, among other things, are on the itinerary of JK’s journey ahead, feels Mr. V. Kumaraswamy. Hinting towards a... (Continue reading)

JK Paper to Scale Up Exports, Brand-Building in Domestic Market

The company had made a major investment of Rs 1,775 crore to augment capacities August 25, 2015 JK Paper Ltd said it is planning further increase its exports by 25 per cent during the current year owing to availability of additional capacity.... (Continue reading)

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Attractive, Low Valuation Stock Prices of Paper Catch Investors’ Eye

Increasing domestic fund flows are expected to find way into these stocks August 21, 2015 Considering the rich valuations of stocks in several sectors, investors seem to have turned to paper-producing companies, which were market laggards over the past five years. Investors... (Continue reading)

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New Biodegradable Packaging Could Help Slash Global Plastic Consumption

February 20, 2015 Scientists at Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials are turning by-products of wood and wool into biodegradable packaging to help slash global plastic consumption. Dr. Nishar Hameed says humans consume more than 100 million tons of plastics annually. “We’re... (Continue reading)

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Paperex 2013 – The Curtain Rises

Paperex 2013 – The Curtain Rises

Day 2 Newsletter, 25th October 2013 The first day of the eleventh Paperex exhibition – Paperex 2013 – saw many pulp and paper and companies and allied companies not only from India but also from across the world showcasing their products.... (Continue reading)

A Positive Prognosis about Indian Paper Industry’s Future

A Positive Prognosis about Indian Paper Industry's Future

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 Mr. Yogesh Agarwal gives an optimistic forecast about paper industry in India During a technical session – an important part of the 52nd annual conference of Federation of Paper Traders Association held during 21-23 September 2013... (Continue reading)

Amcor to Close Petrie Recycled Cartonboard Mill in Australia

February 19, 2013 Amcor said that it has made the decision to close its Petrie recycled cartonboard mill, located in Queensland, Australia. The mill employs 160 people. In Amcor’s half-year 2012 statement, within its “Australasia and Packaging Distribution” business, “Fibre” segment, the... (Continue reading)

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