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Readiness of the Industry to Match Swiftly Growing Paper Consumption in the Long-Term

Readiness of the Industry to Match Swiftly Growing Paper Consumption in the Long-Term

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... (Continue reading)

Safeguards for the Industry from Imports and Raw Material Challenges

Safeguards for the Industry from Imports and Raw Material Challenges

A proactive policy framework on behalf of the Govt. is much sought after to safeguard the paper industry from cheaper imports and wavering raw material scenario, feels the new IPMA president. Mr. Saurabh Bangur, Vice President, the West Coast Paper Mills... (Continue reading)

Tissue & Paper Products, All Benchmarked to Competition

Tissue & Paper Products, All Benchmarked to Competition

Standing at 55,000 tpa of tissue production capacity, Orient Paper Mills is one of the largest tissue producers in India, exporting to countries like UAE, Philippines, Srilanka, Australia, etc. Orient Paper Mills, one of the oldest paper producers, is a mainstay... (Continue reading)

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Paper Industry Urged the Government to Curb Cheaper Imports

Paper Industry Urged the Government to Curb Cheaper Imports

Dealing with increased cost of raw materials, the domestic paper industry urged the government to impose 10-15 percent safeguard duty to curb cheaper imports from ASEAN countries. January 12, 2017 At present, imports of paper and paperboard attract 10 per cent customs... (Continue reading)

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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)

PaperTech 2015: Towards Performance Improvement

PaperTech 2015: Towards Performance Improvement

The event saw some real issues tackled in its extensive technical sessions to realize the industry’s aspirations of being lean and green. CII – Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre in partnership with Indian Paper Manu-facturers Association (IPMA) organised the 9th edition... (Continue reading)

Cheaper Imports Hurts Domestic Paper Industry Big Time

The seeks intervention to check imports with a safeguard duty against Asean players August 20, 2015 Profit margins of most paper producers remained under pressure in the first quarter of the current financial year, due to sustained rise in cheaper import from... (Continue reading)

Scouting Growth Opportunities

Scouting Growth Opportunities

Indian Paper Manufacturers Association (IPMA) organized its 15th Annual General Meeting & Award Function on January 9, 2015 at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. The function was attended by the members of IPMA Committee and Sub-Committees, besides a number of... (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)

Slow & Steady wins the race

Slow & Steady wins the race

During our childhood days, all of us would have read about “Hare & Tortoise” fable. The famous lesson from the fable was “Slow & Steady wins the race” however, most of the times; the first mover advantage holds true (except... (Continue reading)

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