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International Paper India Announces Leadership Changes

International Paper India Announces Leadership Changes

Mr. Rampraveen Swaminathan resigns as President – International Paper India and Chairman & Managing Director of International Paper APPM; International Paper announced the appointment of Mr. Don Devlin in place of Mr. Swaminathan. February 22, 2017 International Paper Co (IP) announced today... (Continue reading)

The Ways to Sustainable, Green & World Class Paper Industry

The Ways to Sustainable, Green & World Class Paper Industry

PaperTech 2016 again provided an impetus to a green movement that the Indian pulp and paper sector earnestly wishes to pursue in order to become economically viable and environmentally sustainable. CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre in partnership with Indian Paper Manu-facturers... (Continue reading)

Innovations in Steam systems in Pulp and Paper industry

Innovations in Steam systems in Pulp and Paper industry

Qualifications: Master of Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India Technical Specialization: Steam engineering, Two phase flow, thermal & Fluid dynamic aspects of plant design including Automation and Instrumentation packages Abstract The objective of any Utility manager in a Pulp and Paper mill... (Continue reading)

IBS-PPG Demonstrates iProducts, Fresh & Groundbreaking Range of System Solutions for the pulp and paper industry

IBS-PPG Demonstrates iProducts, Fresh & Groundbreaking Range of  System Solutions for the pulp and paper industry

The technical sessions were a means to showcase IBS-PPG solutions to the Indian paper industry through illustrative presentations and Q&A round. The IBS-Paper Performance Group represented by Brown Multitech Multitech Pvt. Ltd. in India arranged for a 2-day conference on April... (Continue reading)

APP: Giant’s Indian Voyage

APP: Giant's Indian Voyage

Standing at a mammoth 18-19 million tonnes per annum of production, a comprehensive global footprint, and a portfolio bereft of nothing related to paper, APP is sure to stir the Indian market with its presence. The Asian Paper giant, Asia Pulp... (Continue reading)

ITC Plans to Invest Rs. 8,000 Cr. in Telangana

ITC Plans to Invest Rs. 8,000 Cr. in Telangana

The investment will expand its paperboard capacity by 1 million tonnes June 12, 2015 Cigarettes to food conglomerate ITC has announced investments to the tune of Rs. 8,000 crore in Telangana, India’s newest State. The bulk of these investments (Rs. 4,500 crore)... (Continue reading)

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IPPTA ZONAL SEMINAR : Towards Improving Profitability of Pulp and Paper Mills

IPPTA ZONAL SEMINAR : Towards Improving Profitability of Pulp and Paper Mills

As part of its ongoing golden jubilee celebrations, Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association (IPPTA) organised a zonal seminar on “Best Maintenance Practices in Pulp and Paper Mill to Improve Profitability” at Le Meridien, Pune, on 17th and 18th July,... (Continue reading)

ITC-PSPD’S NEW FACILITY AT TALEGAON : Closer to Customers

ITC-PSPD'S NEW FACILITY AT TALEGAON : Closer to Customers

A major player in paper and paper boards, ITC-PSPD inaugurated a new 60,000 square feet Quick Service Centre (QSC) at Talegaon in August 2014. This facility has been established as a contract partnership with Unisource Papers, promoted by Mr. Inder Aurora... (Continue reading)

International Paper Names Rampraveen Swaminathan President IP India

International Paper Names Rampraveen Swaminathan President IP India

September 9, 2014 International Paper announced that Rampraveen Swaminathan has been named president IP India, effective November 1, 2014 and will continue to serve as a vice president of International Paper. Swaminathan will replace Michael W. Amick, Jr., who was promoted... (Continue reading)

Making Indian Pulp & Paper Industry World Class

Making Indian Pulp & Paper Industry World Class

An energy and water intensive sector, the Indian pulp and paper sector has unlimited scope for improvement in its environmental performance. Pulp and paper manufacturers are therefore increasingly on the lookout for appropriate technologies and best practices for improving their... (Continue reading)

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