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JK Paper to Invest INR 1500 Crore to Expand Capacity in Songadh Plant in Gujarat

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The expansion will also provide opportunity of raw material supply to local farmers. Approximately 10,000 tribal farmers will benefit from it. July 2, 2019 JK Paper Ltd. will set up a new manufacturing plant in Gujarat at an investment of Rs 1500 crore. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been...
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Readiness of the Industry to Match Swiftly Growing Paper Consumption in the Long-Term

Manik Seth
The Indian paper market is undisputedly among the fastest growing. However, is the domestic paper industry ready to cater to this increasing demand amid some serious issues, viz. high raw material cost, rising imports of good quality paper, stringent environmental norms, etc.? IPMA’s 17th AGM, held recently on January 12,...
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Improving Domestic Fiber Availability & Revamping Infrastructure, Keys to Paper Industry’s Growth

Manik Seth
The Indian paper industry is desirous of conducive policy environment allowing more efficient raw material plantation and an improvement in transport infrastructure. Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania, Vice Chairman & MD, JK Paper Ltd. recently talked to Paper Mart on a slew of subjects significant to the Indian paper industry including...

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

Manik Seth
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 percent growth in demand which clearly doesn’t exist in other...

India’s Paper Production to Touch 20 Million Tonnes by 2020: Harsh Pati Singhania

Manik Seth
India’s paper production capacity growing at over 7 per cent annually. September 23, 2016 JK Paper’s vice chairman and managing director, Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania, said that the Indian paper industry is growing at over 7 percent and projected to grow at over 4 percent per annum until 2030. Mr....

Let’s Make in India

Manik Seth
Make in India is a major new national program designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property, and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure. With this program India’s manufacturing infrastructure and capacity for innovation are poised for phenomenal growth. New smart cities and industrial clusters are being developed...

JK Paper forms JV with Oji & Marubeni for Corrugated Packaging

Manik Seth
Plans to invest Rs. 150 crore on a new plant in Rajasthan JK Paper Limited (JK) signed a joint venture agreement with Oji Holdings Corporation, Japan (Oji), Marubeni Corporation, Japan (Marubeni) and Oji India Packaging Private Limited (OIPPL) for manufacture and sale of corrugated packaging products. Joint Venture The JV...

JK Paper takes $3 Million loan to cut carbon emissions

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As concerns about the world's growing carbon emissions mount, JK Paper is set to cut down on its greenhouse gas emissions by 67,235 tons per year with a $3 million loan from International Finance Corporation (IFC) under the clean production lending pilot facility scheme. The IFC loan would be used to invest in technology upgradation leading to better energy efficiency

Rendezvous with Harsh Pati Singhania

Manik Seth
Initiating with our February- March 09 issue, Paper Mart has begun a new regular section, 'Rendezvous with a Paper Personality.' For our first issue, we have interviewed Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania, Managing Director of JK Paper Ltd. Mr. Singhania was recently appointed President of the FICCI. As Managing Director of one of India's foremost paper manufacturers, and scion of one
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