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“Neither gloom nor bloom. Outlook is inspiring long-term but skeptical short-term”

“Neither gloom nor bloom. Outlook is inspiring long-term but skeptical short-term”

Expertise comes from understanding and understanding comes from detailing and this is how Mr Basantt Khaitan, MD, Wires & Fabriks (S.A) Ltd., Jaipur has attained his proficiency in the paper industry. His penchant for the industry is well known among... (Continue reading)

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UPM will increase its presence in the attractive Asian paper segments

UPM will increase its presence in the attractive Asian paper segments

August 7, 2012 UPM takes further steps to reshape its business portfolio and expands in profitable growth businesses in Asia. The company will increase its presence in the attractive Asian paper segments and strengthen its position in the label materials value... (Continue reading)

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APP upgraded the world’s biggest board machine

August 23, 2012 After a Voith rebuild, APP’s BM 6 in Xiaogang, China, went back into operation at the beginning of 2012. The goal of the rebuild was to speed up the BM 6 to 1,100 m/min. At this speed range... (Continue reading)

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Canada’s Forest Products Industry Looks to Strengthening Trade Ties with China

August 16, 2012 The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is urging the government to follow through on the conclusion of the Canada-China Economic Complementarities Study which states that Canada and China should continue to strengthen their bilateral trade and investment... (Continue reading)

Marubeni, Angara in talks to build $3.58 billion plant in Russia

August 05, 2012 Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp is in talks with Angara Paper to build one of the world’s largest paper pulp plants in Russia, the Nikkei reported. The plant is valued at about 280 billion yen ($3.58 billion), the... (Continue reading)

China is steaming ahead with High Yield Pulping, Success story of Chinese paper and board industry with the use of Mechanical Pulping, What can Asia learn from this?

China is steaming ahead with High Yield Pulping, Success story of Chinese paper and board industry with the use of Mechanical Pulping, What can Asia learn from this?

Peter Bräuer, Johann Großalber, Heinrich Münster, Xiuli Zhang, Rao Narayana Nagalla Over the past 5-6 years, China has doubled its paper production to almost 100 million t/a and is now the world’s leading producer. In the same period, however, the production... (Continue reading)

The Leading Voices

The Leading Voices

The seminar with the theme “Agro & Recycled Fiber Pulping, Bleaching and Paper & Board Making” was organized by IPPTA in Chandigarh in July 2012. The event started with the synopsis of Indian paper industry given by the President of... (Continue reading)

BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

Although the paper recycling industry was feeling the effects of a “seriously threatening” Euro-zone crisis, the sector could take comfort from the knowledge that China was set to remain “a growth market for us in the years to come”, the... (Continue reading)

Preview of China Paper 2012

Preview of China Paper 2012

China Paper is held annually and alternates between Shanghai and Beijing. Organised and managed jontly by Adforum AB and E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc, the 20th edition is held at INTEX Shanghai September 10-12, 2012. CNPPRI, China National Pulp &... (Continue reading)

Taiwanese co plans for containerboard expansion in China

June 23, 2012 Long Chen Paper Co. (LCPC), one of Taiwan’s top makers of packaging paper, is rapidly increasing its share of China’s containerboard market to take advantage of national construction policy there, and has mapped out a five-year project to... (Continue reading)

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