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Rubber Trees, a Potential Source of Raw Material for Pulp and Paper Industry?

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Fibre length is an important criterion for pulp and paper production. This necessitates different breeding approach if the objective is pulp and paper production from the rubber tree. October 17, 2018 More than seven lakh hectares is under rubber tree plantation in India. Currently, rubber growers are facing difficult times...

Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd. – Modern DIP plant gives TNPL much-needed fibre and flexibility

Manik Seth
With a new printing/writing machine on the way, Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd., better known as TNPL, predicted a shortfall of pulp. This led to the decision to purchase a deinked pulp (DIP) processing line. With the new plant from ANDRITZ, the mill now has ample high-quality pulp to...

JK Paper’s investment in contemporary technology will save their production cost substantially

Manik Seth
JK Paper is on the verge of commercial start-up of its Rs. 1,750 crores expansion project to be completed by August. Team Paper Mart interacted with Mr. AS Mehta, President, JK Paper Ltd to get an outline on the current status of the project, their marketing strategy for the same...

Achieving the World Class Standards

Manik Seth
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The Indian pulp and paper sector is one of the energy & water intensive sectors. The sector offers tremendous scope for improvement in environmental performance. Hence, the pulp & paper manufacturers are increasingly on the look-out for technologies and best practices for improving their performance and reduce the ecological...

Amcor to Close Petrie Recycled Cartonboard Mill in Australia

Manik Seth
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 company said, “Earnings for the half were lower...
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