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Paperex 2013 – The Curtain Rises

Paperex 2013 – The Curtain Rises

Day 2 Newsletter, 25th October 2013 The first day of the eleventh Paperex exhibition – Paperex 2013 – saw many pulp and paper and companies and allied companies not only from India but also from across the world showcasing their products.... (Continue reading)

A Positive Prognosis about Indian Paper Industry’s Future

A Positive Prognosis about Indian Paper Industry's Future

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 Mr. Yogesh Agarwal gives an optimistic forecast about paper industry in India During a technical session – an important part of the 52nd annual conference of Federation of Paper Traders Association held during 21-23 September 2013... (Continue reading)

Rainbow Papers’ New Project in Gujarat

Rainbow Papers' New Project in Gujarat

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 Rainbow Papers, one of the fastest growing corporations in the Indian paper industry, has decided to invest Rs. 630 crores in a new project located at village Rajpur, Taluka Kadi, Mehsana, Gujarat. The project site... (Continue reading)

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Pulp & Paper is Inherently Sustainable

Pulp & Paper is Inherently Sustainable

Mr. N Gopalaratnam, CMD, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited during the RISI Seminar addressed the audience about the importance of sustainability and its need in the growing business scenario. Here are the edited excerpts from his presentation. Sustainability is a highly... (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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“Everyone has a market to sell his products and JK have chosen its consumer segment which offers premium for better quality”

With the new developments taking place at JK Paper Ltd. team Paper Mart interacted with Mr. A.S. Mehta, President, JK Paper Ltd. who has joined JK Paper a year back from JK Tyres & Industries Ltd. In the span of... (Continue reading)

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“Technology always pays back in long run”

“Technology always pays back in long run”

In 2009 The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd. (WCPM) did an expansion worth over Rs. 1400 crore which was the single largest brownfield project till date in the Indian paper industry. During that period Mr. S K Bangur, Chairman, WCPM... (Continue reading)

Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

An Overview Reforms undertaken in the early 1990s made India one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The boom of the IT industry and improved agricultural production created an atmosphere of optimism, which led to the coining of phrases, such as... (Continue reading)

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Clearly we need to give up the attitude of “chalta hai” if we have to operate on sophisticated high end technology to meet our requirements.

Clearly we need to give up the attitude of “chalta hai” if we have to operate on sophisticated high end technology to meet our requirements.

Mr. Harshpati Singhania, Managing Director, JK Paper Ltd during his inaugural speech at IPPTA annual seminar held on 1st March 2012, in Kolkata, enumerated certain points where Indian paper industry has to look upon immediately like human resource... (Continue reading)

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How the FUTURE will be for INDIAN PAPER INDUSTRY

How the FUTURE will be for INDIAN PAPER INDUSTRY

We are not sure how 2012 and coming years will be for the Indian paper industry. But we are trying to understand various issues from the industry for which we took views from various experts specializing in different fields. The... (Continue reading)

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