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FPTA: The Indian Paper Industry to Firmly Grow Across All Segments

FPTA: The Indian Paper Industry to Firmly Grow Across All Segments

We are about 14.5 million tonne as of now, projection says by 2020 our consumption and production will grow up to 20 million tonne and by 2030 we should be around 26.5 million tonne. So, we are talking about 6-7... (Continue reading)

FPTA 2014: Achieving Growth Over Odds

FPTA 2014: Achieving Growth Over Odds

The 53rd AGM of Federation of Paper Traders Association of India (FPTA) was organized by the Calcutta Paper Traders Association (CPTA) at ITC Sonar, Kolkata. The conference set a cogent stage for vibrant exchange of ideas and opinions on myriads... (Continue reading)

Paperex 2013 – Paper Industry’s Business Festival

Paperex 2013 - Paper Industry's Business Festival

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 Paperex, the world’s largest exhibition of pulp, paper and allied industries, will be held from 24 October to 27 October 2013 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. The event is being organised by International Trade... (Continue reading)

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FPTA 2013 Annual Conference: A Step Towards a Better Future

FPTA 2013 Annual Conference: A Step Towards a Better Future

The Event Orgainised by Paper Merchants Association, Delhi, during 21-23 September 2013 at Hotel Kempinski Ambience, the 52nd annual conference of Federation of Paper Traders Association (FPTA) served as an effective platform for concerns about paper business in India. Around 1,000... (Continue reading)

“Out of the total production of paper in India 35% is contributed by Gujarat so why not take it further”

“Out of the total production of paper in India 35% is contributed by Gujarat so why not  take it further”

Everyone is very well versed with the political annotations of Mr. Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat, India. On September 1st during the Federation of Paper Traders’ Association of India (FPTA) AGM he addressed the gathering of hundreds of people... (Continue reading)

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FPTA 50th AGM organized with Paper – GOING GREEN Theme

FPTA 50th AGM organized with Paper - GOING GREEN Theme

Federation of Paper Trade Association (FPTA) organized its 50th AGM in Bangalore from Sep 17 to 19, 2011 with the theme “Paper- Going Green”. The AGM was attended by over 700 dignitaries from the paper industry across India, including representatives... (Continue reading)

PAPEREX The Window to INDIAN PAPER INDUSTRY

PAPEREX The Window to INDIAN PAPER INDUSTRY

Following an overwhelming response on Paperex, 2009, the 10th edition of Paperex series of Exhibition & Conference has geared up to add another feather to the success story of this mega event, held biennially since 1993. ... (Continue reading)

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The Young Tarang

The Young Tarang

Brought up at Dandeli - Mill Colony of The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd, Mr. Shekar Chandak has his attachment towards paper from his early age. In 1992 after finishing his Chartered Accountancy course, he went on to join his... (Continue reading)

FPTA organizes 48th AGM

FPTA organizes 48th AGM

48th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Federation of Paper Traders of Association was organized by the Paper Traders Association, Mumbai from 5-7 September 2009 in Hotel Taj Lands End Mumbai. The purpose of holding the AGM in Mumbai... (Continue reading)

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