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ITC to Put up a Rs. 450-Cr Bleached Chemi-thermo Mechanical Pulp Unit

ITC to Put up a Rs. 450-Cr Bleached Chemi-thermo Mechanical Pulp Unit

This will be the first plant in India manufacturing “Made in India BCTMP” March 23, 2016 ITC Ltd is setting up a Rs 450-crore unit at Bhadrachalam with a capacity of 1 lakh tonnes per annum to manufacture bleached chemi-thermo mechanical pulp... (Continue reading)

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Paperex 2015: Off to a Flying Start

Paperex 2015: Off to a Flying Start

The inaugural session kick started the current 12th edition of the show amid boisterous crowd formed of represen-tatives of all corners of the paper industry from India and the world Paperex 2015, World’s Largest Paper Show, with 545 Leading Exhibitors from... (Continue reading)

ITC Paperboards Gears up for a Revamped Farm Forestry Plan

ITC Paperboards Gears up for a Revamped Farm Forestry Plan

ITC is also developing a 10,000 hectares of agro forest in Odisha January 13, 2016 In an effort to strengthen the farm forestry initiative, ITC Paperboards and Speciality Papers Division (PSPD) has developed demonstration plots to showcase various agronomic practices and agroforestry... (Continue reading)

Let’s Make in India

Let’s Make in India

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... (Continue reading)

Maimoon Impex LLP providing recycled fiber

Maimoon Impex LLP providing recycled fiber

Day 3-4 Newsletter, 26-27th October 2013 Mr. Saifee Jani of Maimoon Impex LLP visited Paper Mart stand and shared his views on the recycled fiber market, he said: “According to our estimates, there is likely to be increased demand for waste... (Continue reading)

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“Biggest problem the industry faces is the acute shortage of wood”

“Biggest problem the industry faces is the acute shortage of wood”

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 “The biggest problem the industry faces is the acute shortage of wood leading to imports of large quantities of logs and chips from other countries, which increases the cost of pulp tremendously… . As a... (Continue reading)

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Trends to Watch, Strategies to Consider

Trends to Watch, Strategies to Consider

In July Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) & IPMA jointly organized a conference on the theme “Making Indian Pulp & Paper Industry World Class”. This initiative addressed some of the key issues relating to performance of Indian Pulp & Paper... (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)

ITC Writes New Gospel with Bible: Company lines up big global plans for Bible-paper business

September 15, 2012 Bible is by most trade estimates, the world’s largest-selling book, with consistent annual sales of around 25 million and requires special paper. ITC (PSPD), the third-largest revenue generator for ITC after FMCG (including cigarettes) and agri-business is one... (Continue reading)

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BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

BIR expects waste paper imports to rise in China and India

Although the paper recycling industry was feeling the effects of a “seriously threatening” Euro-zone crisis, the sector could take comfort from the knowledge that China was set to remain “a growth market for us in the years to come”, the... (Continue reading)

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