Mr. Ashish Mukhejree, a post graduate in paper technology & marketing and Mr. Naveen Shrivastava a BE in paper technology with an MBA, realized the importance of bringing higher technology to paper industry along with local technical services and started a company Foresight International in 1993. With their experience of visiting paper industry all over the world in their previous
ABB is interested in solving the critical issues facing the Pulp & Paper Industry globally. Its vast engineering talent (roughly half of the company) is always eager to work on the problems and solutions that have a big impact on its users. Mr. Roger Bailey Group Vice President, Pulp & Paper Industries – Process Automation for ABB, has been with
Excerpts from Economic Survey 2009-10 related to Paper Product group like paper, leather, food and jute textiles did not evince any visible recovery. Paper and paper products 9.25 Paper & paper products grew by only 2.1 per cent during April-November 2009, as per the IIP data. This followed indifferent growth...
Recovered paper demand in India has increased strongly over recent decades as domestic paper production has increased. This trend seems likely to continue as paper consumption rises further. Domestically-sourced recovered paper is typically cheaper than imported recovered paper. Paper manufacturers are therefore expected to try to satisfy their increase in demand for recovered paper by stimulating domestic collections. However, there
In India's expanding paper industry there is boo increasing pressure to improve paper quality and cost efficiency. Paper properties such as brightness, opacity, print quality, as well as machine runnability, need to improve in order to match imported competitive papers. Recent years have seen step changes in papermaking practices in order to meet these demands, and this has generated a
Recently during Mr. Suresh Kilam's (Executive Director, Asia Pulp & Paper) visit to India. We interacted with him about his views on the Indian Paper Industry & latest happenings at APP. These are the extracts of the dialogue.